#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this August 28

We have another #BookbedMeets session this Saturday, August 28, at 5 p.m.! To find out what to expect, check out Silent Book Club Manila’s post below: BOOKS READ DURING THE JULY 24 SESSION See you! ☁ #BookbedMeets is Bookbed’s Community Day. Everyone is welcome! To receive invites to future meetups and other updates, subscribe toContinue reading “#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this August 28”

#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this July 24

We’re back! This month’s #BookbedMeets session is on Saturday, July 24, at 7 p.m. As always, we’ll read together and chat for a bit after. Here’s what else to expect or prepare: No assigned book—you can read what you want! Registration is for free A chance to meet fellow readers and share TBRs or projectsContinue reading “#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this July 24”

#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this May 29

We’re inviting everybody who wants to make some progress on their current reads or TBR piles! This month’s #BookbedMeets session is on Saturday, May 29. We’ll read for an hour and share about the stories afterwards. Everyone is welcome! ☁ #BookbedMeets is Bookbed’s Community Day. Everyone is welcome! To receive invites to future meetups andContinue reading “#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this May 29”

#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this Apr 17

Bring any book and friend to the next #BookbedMeets session this coming Saturday, April 17! We’ll read for an hour and discuss (casually!) afterwards. Everyone is welcome! ☁ BOOKS READ DURING THE MAR 20 SESSION Kay – I’m with the Band by Pamela Des Barres Janelle – Pachinko by Min Jin Lee KB – Tikim:Continue reading “#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this Apr 17”

Happy National #LiteratureMonth: The First Books We Loved

April is National Literature Month or Buwan ng Panitikan, and the theme this year is “500 Years of Writing the Filipino World.” Today, we look back in history and share about the first books we read and loved. Do you recognize any of these titles? “The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett (for kids). ItContinue reading “Happy National #LiteratureMonth: The First Books We Loved”

#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this Mar 20

Yes, another #BookbedMeets session is up soon! Come join us by signing up here. Remember, you can read any book you want (no assigned titles here) and invite a friend or two. Expect an hour-long session of silent reading and a casual discussion afterwards with new and old friends. See you! ☁ BOOKS READ DURINGContinue reading “#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this Mar 20”

Building Life Skills and Finding Comfort: Teacher Mavic Basilia-Yee Shares Tips on Quarantine Reading and Child Rearing

by KB Meniado Happy Women’s Month! In celebration, we are featuring some of the women readers in our community. In this interview, get to know Mavic Basilia-Yee, a full-time mom to twin toddlers, Kalaio and Rojo, based in Leyte with her husband and in-laws. Also a part-time Special Education Teacher and a freelance module editor,Continue reading “Building Life Skills and Finding Comfort: Teacher Mavic Basilia-Yee Shares Tips on Quarantine Reading and Child Rearing”

#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this Feb 13

Everything seems to be spinning out of control nowadays, and even our reading habits are not exempt! But we’re going to try to do something about that (see: try)—the latter, not the former. Thus, #BookbedMeets! This is the first for 2021, and we would love for you to join. You can read any book youContinue reading “#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this Feb 13”

Bookbed in 2020 (10 Years of Bookbed)

This 2020 has been a lot, and all we want to say is thank you. Thank you for allowing Bookbed to be part of your reading experiences and creative processes, not just this year but since the beginning in 2010. We hope to continue providing spaces for readers and creators alike, especially for indie andContinue reading “Bookbed in 2020 (10 Years of Bookbed)”

6 Zines from #SOXZineFest2020 You Should Be Reading

You’ve probably read a thousand of zines before—and even made some of your own, but we have six more to add to your collection—all from the SOX Zine Fest, the first zine fest in Soccsksargen showcasing arts and literature of and from the region (Region 12). Organized by SOX Writers and SOX Reading Advocates, thisContinue reading “6 Zines from #SOXZineFest2020 You Should Be Reading”