Do you agree that Filipinos do not care much for reading? Perhaps it’s time for us to break that paradigm. Here’s a good free book where we can start.
To read John Jack Wigley’s “Home of the Ashfall” (University of Santo Tomas Publishing House, 2014) is to fall under the stealthy spell of a born storyteller.
Luminous is the life lived in the comfort of lovingly crafted words and the embrace of much-nurtured family.
Fellow-writers and friends of Alice Sun-Cua gathered at the Solidaridad Bookstore last June 29 for the launching of her new collection of travel essays, “Autumn in Madrid and Other Travel Tales.”
Inquirer Lifestyle “S” columnist Chit Roces-Santos, the writer behind the widely read “Not Quite There” column, recently launched her first book of essays, “Personal Space and Other Essays,” with pen-and-ink illustrations by her husband Vergel O. Santos. A compilation of her unpublished writings, as well as pieces that have appeared in PDI and in Town & Country, the book was launched last Feb. 7 at Powerbooks in Greenbelt 4, Makati, and is published by Anvil.