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New OMF titles on women’s issues, spirituality

Christian publishing house OMF Literature joins in the celebration of Women’s Month through new books for spiritual growth for women from women authors.

New books are “Kasi Hindi Ako Ganun Kaganda,” by Rigel Fortaleza; “Ikaw na ang Maganda Book 3” and “How to be Fit and Fab,” by Malu Tiongson Ortiz; and “Letters to a Single Woman: Embrace the Life You Have,” by Karen Huang.

Fortaleza’s debut book tackles women’s life struggles such as beauty, self-esteem and positive self-image. Ortiz offers other ways to make one even more beautiful in her book. Huang addresses singles looking for Mr. Right.

Fortaleza is a youth minister, counselor and member of the Lovestruck Movement founded by author and youth pastor Ronald Molmisa. The compact and handy book is written in Taglish and is available at P105.

Ortiz is a mother of three, a board member of the God is Able International Foundation and a former vice-president of the Down Syndrome Association of the Philippines. The 148-page book for women 14 and up is at P105.

Huang has been a book editor for many years and has developed books in both educational and Christian publishing. She is also a writer whose work has appeared in devotional books, women’s magazines, Christian educational material and inspirational books for women.

“Letters to a Single Woman: Embrace the Life You Have” is available at P275.

The new titles from OMF Literature are available at OMF Lit Bookshop, Passages, National Book Store, Philippine Christian Book Store and other leading bookstores nationwide. The book can also be ordered online at passagesbooks.com.