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Backtracking: An Interview with Author Dawn Lanuza

by Kachi Parado A few posts ago, we raved about The Boyfriend Backtrack and how the story was such a refreshing take on the whole wedding proposal plot. We were so enamored by it that we couldn’t help but want to know a little more about the author, Dawn Lanuza. Dawn Lanuza works for the […]

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Bookbed reviews: ‘The Boyfriend Backtrack’ by Dawn Lanuza

by Kachi Parado Ladies and gents, I think it’s safe to say we are familiar with how a girl reacts when she’s being proposed to. But this book, The Boyfriend Backtrack by Dawn Lanuza? Well, you might just want to know its different way of taking this topic on! THE STORY If they say that life […]

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Bookbed recommends: ‘The Beach’ by Alex Garland

by Kachi Parado wan·der·lust – /ˈwändərˌləst/, noun, a strong desire for or impulse to travel and explore the world Some people don’t like or believe in the concept of wanderlust. But this feeling of longing to go out of my daily life to try something new? It exists and it lives in me. I love being out […]

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Bookbed recommends: ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,’ ‘The Shining’

by Kachi Parado I needed to take out and look over all my books for this article because I didn’t want to be unfair to any of them. I’ve read tons of books but I also have a lot stacked and untouched, so I’m going to talk about book covers of titles that I have and […]

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Heaven on Earth: The 35th Manila International Book Fair

by Kachi Parado For three years now, the Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) has had a place in my planner every September. It’s even become a tradition between me and my two friends! This year though, it was just me and Michael since Aya’s in Dubai. The MIBF was held last September 17 to 21 at […]

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Bookbed recommends: ‘Invisible Monsters’ by Chuck Palahniuk

by Kachi Parado Give me a shotgun. Give me new names. Give me a new me. There’s this theory that the first Chuck Palahniuk book you read will be your favorite. In my case, it’s Invisible Monsters. Like with most of the books I’ve read, I had no idea what this book was about. I just […]