In Fully Booked Chats with Kyung Min Bae and Ma. Kristina Carla Rico, the translators shared their experiences on translating I Decided to Live As Me to the English version of the best-selling Korean book. Read snippets from the interview here.
Mark your calendars for our next author event, bookworms! Catch John Green as he talks about his latest book The Anthropocene Reviewed in Fully Booked Chats: John Green hosted by Saab Magalona on August 13, 6pm. Exciting promos and giveaways await fans. Read more about the event here.
Gail Villanueva’s second novel Sugar and Spite tells a heartwarming story about friendship and forgiveness—that is perfect for both young and mature readers as it teaches life lessons on self-discovery. Read here to get snippets from the Fully Booked Facebook Chats with Gail Villanueva.
During the Fully Booked Facebook Chats with David Levithan, the award-winning author talked about his view on queerness in literature and important sentiments concerning the LGBTQIA+. Read here to know more about the snippets from the interview.
Highly-acclaimed Filipino novelist Gina Apostol talks about historical fiction, her creative processes, oppression and revolution through her books, Insurrecto and The Revolution of Raymundo Mata, in the Fully Booked Chats hosted by Glenn Diaz. Read more here.
While we can't fly off to our ideal destinations at the moment, let's travel through the pages of Emily Henry's latest book, People We Meet on Vacation. We chat about this brand new story, about traveling and writing, about summers and love. Read our conversation on the blog.
We chat with V. E. Schwab about her latest book, The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, which covers 300 years figuring out the true meaning of life and death, freedom and immortality—plus, we dip into writing, reading, and coping with the current state of the world.
Last August 16, we had such a fun and insightful conversation with the Father of Philippine Speculative Fiction, Dean Francis Alfar! Here are just a few bits and pieces of our chat. If you missed it, or just want to relive it, read on or watch the video.