LOOK! The cover of the upcoming YA fantasy novel ‘Of Myths and Men’ by Catherine Dellosa #ofmythsandmen

What if myths were real? A small-town gamer girl discovers friendly mythological creatures among humans and embarks on a quest to save the world. THE STORY Eighteen-year-old Ava has saved the world 152 times—ever since she got her hands on her first console. It’s all fun and games, but after a mysterious encounter with not-a-vampireContinue reading “LOOK! The cover of the upcoming YA fantasy novel ‘Of Myths and Men’ by Catherine Dellosa #ofmythsandmen”

Young author Marga Monserrate talks about her debut romance novel, writing tips, and next steps in publishing

by KB Meniado When looking to find new stories to love, it’s always exciting to find a fresh voice. So every good time I get the opportunity to come across new authors, whether to read their work or work with them on their manuscript, I grab it as the experience often introduces a different kindContinue reading “Young author Marga Monserrate talks about her debut romance novel, writing tips, and next steps in publishing”

Why Filipinos Should Read: ‘Elites and Ilustrados in Philippine Culture’ by Caroline Hau 

by Bryan Meniado The election season is getting more intense as we inch closer to the national polls in May 2022. In the past months, we have already seen a lot of political drama, seesaws, and mudslinging among the presidential aspirants. This grapple for position also creates a bitter divide among the supporters who areContinue reading “Why Filipinos Should Read: ‘Elites and Ilustrados in Philippine Culture’ by Caroline Hau “

Why Filipinos Should Read: ‘Ginto’t Pilak’ by Eugene Evasco and Hidilyn Diaz

by Bryan Meniado After 97 years, we Filipinos got our first-ever Olympic gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Games last July, thanks to the valiant effort of our weightlifting hero Hidilyn Diaz. Now a multiple Olympic medalist, as she also won silver in 2016 Rio Games, this historic feat solidifies her position in the pantheonContinue reading “Why Filipinos Should Read: ‘Ginto’t Pilak’ by Eugene Evasco and Hidilyn Diaz”