Wow, two new book features in one week! I’m just happy to support these Filipino authors in getting the word out on their amazing books. When I read Ines Bautista Yao’s Only a Kiss, I was drawn in by the wonderfully-rendered storytelling that detailed the lives of Katie and Chris as they grew up from innocent children to professional adults
It’s the classic one-night stand: Beach wedding, bridesmaid, groom’s friend. When Andrea and Damon meet, sparks fly, and they give in to the attraction. Sounds simple, but Andrea’s still getting over someone, and Damon thought he’d be hooking up with another person that night. It could still be simple, really, if they chalk it up to a weekend tryst and
Here is the list of National Bookstore and Powerbooks branches carrying #romanceclass books on their shelves. Please note that not all bookstores might carry the titles, so it helps to ask customer service first if they carry the books. There are also reports of other branches carrying these books that are not on the list, so it always helps to
#romanceclass is on the shelves at select National Bookstore branches! SM North (photo credit: yours truly) #romanceclass books at NBS SM North! @agayskee @dementedchris pic.twitter.com/WvSuDQUoby — Stella Torres (@TheStellaTorres) October 20, 2015 Greenbelt 1 (photo credit: Chi Rodriguez) Yay! Spotted at #NBS greenbelt 1 ❤ #romanceclass pic.twitter.com/OpD5OxlxmY — 치シ (@_chirodriguez) October 20, 2015 And SM Rosario! (photo credit: Kevin +Tomebound) Look
Good news! Save the Cake and other #romanceclass titles are now available at all branches of Pandayan Bookshop! They also take online orders through their official Facebook page. And here are some documented sightings on the shelves of National Bookstore branches in Molino and Trinoma, courtesy of Chrissie Peria and Ysa Arcangel. Bookspotting at NBS Central Molino: Visprint’s #romanceclass books!
is the author of the adult contemporary romances Save the Cake, Crushingly Close, and Nine Years Away, as well as the short story “Be Creative” in the anthology Kids These Days: Stories from Luna East Vol. 1.
In her previous life, she has worked in public relations, taught English as a second language, and even attended graduate school (twice!). She has lived in Indonesia, Honolulu, and Quezon City before moving back to her hometown of Los Banos, a few hours’ drive (with traffic) from the heart of Manila.