Category: Giveaways

  • Bookbed turns 11! (plus 11 giveaways!)

    Bookbed turns 11! (plus 11 giveaways!)

    Thank you for 11 years of keeping us company in our support for books and dreams. In celebration, please look forward to the following: Eleven (11) winners will receive our special Bookbed box. Here’s how to join (pick to do one or both!): Also, make sure you’re registered as member of the community by signing…

  • 5 Gifts for the Reader with Too Many Books (plus a giveaway!)

    5 Gifts for the Reader with Too Many Books (plus a giveaway!)

    by Agnes Manalo, Allana Luta, and Mikki Shiu Dark chocolate: not too sweet and not too melty, so you’re less likely to smear it all over your book or device A gift card for a coffee shop: for a bit of quiet time to make a dent in that book you’re having trouble getting into,…

  • #Augvocacy2018: Creating Your Safe Space as A Reader (plus a giveaway!)

    #Augvocacy2018: Creating Your Safe Space as A Reader (plus a giveaway!)

    by KB Meniado If you’re a bookworm that keeps on falling into the FOMO trap whenever you open your social medias, worry not. A hundred thousand others from all over the world feel the way you do, all thanks to a simple scroll-down on a #bookstagram post or a #bookishwish tweet. Book communities online today…

  • Bookbed turns 7! (plus 7 giveaways!)

    Bookbed turns 7! (plus 7 giveaways!)

    Seven years of Bookbed today, and we’re celebrating it by giving away gifts to seven of our readers and followers! The gifts are: Enter below!  a Rafflecopter giveaway Giveaway runs until the 20th of July and is open only to Philippine residents.  ☁️ KNOW MORE ABOUT BOOKBED HERE. READ OUR REVIEW POLICY AND SUBMISSION GUIDELINES…

  • From the Bookbed Room: Interview with Frank Cavallo (plus a giveaway!)

    by Shealea Iral When I received a review request via email from Frank Cavallo’s publicist, I was forced to turn the offer down due to my current backlog of ARCs. But after this interview, I’m pretty sure that Eye of the Storm is right up my alley. It is definitely a book I can see myself…

  • Bookbed reviews: ‘The Practicing Misis’ by Rosan Katlea Reodica (plus a giveaway!)

    Bookbed reviews: ‘The Practicing Misis’ by Rosan Katlea Reodica (plus a giveaway!)

    by Sarah Grutas If there’s anything I hate about cookbooks is that they all tend to be too formal, or that each recipe is accompanied by a mouthwatering photo of the finished product, as if telling me that whatever I cook, it will only be a success if the result looks exactly like the one in…

  • Bookbed reviews: ‘Sula’s Voyage’ by Catherine Torres (plus a giveaway!)

    Bookbed reviews: ‘Sula’s Voyage’ by Catherine Torres (plus a giveaway!)

    by Allana Luta The book I finished before Sula’s Voyage was Eugene Y. Evasco’s Anina ng mga Alon, which I had bought at the 2015 Manila International Book Fair but decided to read only now. It was about Anina, a young Badjao, growing up in a society that does not completely understand or accept her people’s…

  • Bookbed’s September Surprise Giveaway

    Here at Bookbed, we love a lot of things—reading, storytelling, crafting, filming and of course, sharing. This is why this September, we’re giving away these book-inspired items. Three winners will get the following prizes: Click here to enter the giveaway! Runs until September 21 and open to Philippine residents only.  ☁️ READ OUR REVIEW POLICY AND SUBMISSION…

  • Bookbed reviews: ‘Paano Ba ‘To?!’ by Bianca Gonzalez (plus a giveaway!)

    Bookbed reviews: ‘Paano Ba ‘To?!’ by Bianca Gonzalez (plus a giveaway!)

    by L Meniado “Paano ba ‘to?!” (“How do I do this?!”) seems to be the most essential question we have tried—and are still trying—to answer since we became acutely aware we have grown old. We have succumbed to Googling the answers and consuming every article about being in our 20s posted on Thought Catalog or Huffington Post to make ourselves believe…

  • Bookbed reviews: ‘What Kids Should Know About Andres and the Katipunan’ (plus a giveaway!)

    Bookbed reviews: ‘What Kids Should Know About Andres and the Katipunan’ (plus a giveaway!)

    by KB Meniado Andres Bonifacio has never been my top answer for whenever somebody asks me who my favorite Filipino hero is. (Don’t worry; it’s not Manny Pacquiao either.) Frankly, there was just too much Jose Rizal in the environment I grew up in, ending up with me having only a shallow grasp of what Bonifacio’s…