Erin Entrada Kelly's takes the leap as she writes Maybe Maybe Marisol Rainey, a story about her life that she thought was too ordinary, but would later on capture the hearts of kid and adult readers all over the world. Read more on the blog.
Wing of the Locust doesn’t only offer a coming-of-age story told with boldness and grace, it also teaches values and offers new perspectives to life which young and even mature readers could relate to. Read more on the blog.
Here are some helpful and practical tips from Filipino author, columnist, editor, and publisher Jessica Zafra to inspire you to pick up a book or pen to get that story you’re writing going. Read more on the blog.
We are proud to feature books written by Filipinos coming from all different places, perspectives, and walks of life as they share the culture, diversity, and more often than not, the unfavorable realities of what it means to be Pinoy. Read more on the blog.
We are putting the spotlight on Asian authors— bannering art and stories that shed light on the vibrant and diverse world of Asian literature for the Read Asian sale happening from August 16-20. Read more on the blog.
Check out some of the interesting facts about award-winning author Joel Donato Ching Jacob and his debut novel Wing of the Locust. Read more on the blog.
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.
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.