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Community pantries are now popping up all over Metro Manila to help fill the gaps—and it looks like people are coming up with different versions, too. One has been set up for our furry friends and we have also spotted another community ...
From memoirs and YA books–these reads deserve a spot on your TBR pile.
Given the time we’re spending at home, books are constant companions that enable us to escape the four walls of our rooms and travel to faraway places. From captivating fantasy stories and thrilling mysteries, to sappy love stories and engaging memoirs–books can ...
Check out these cool reads from Filipino authors and graphic artists.
Did you know that the Philippines has its own thriving graphic novel scene? If you love Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman series, Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s Locke & Key, or superhero titles from Marvel or DC, you’ll love dipping your toes into ...
It's every bookworm's dream!
This farmhouse-inspired home in Cagayan Valley has a unique feature any avid reader will surely love: A towering library! “It’s around 20-feet high,” homeowner Chad Turingan shares with Real Living. “If your favorite book is on the top shelf, you better not be scared ...
This book will bring out the romantic K-Pop fan in you.
In Pop Fiction’s Your Smile In Another Life, come for the K-Pop, but stay for the love story.This, in a gist, is why areyaysii—the author of popular Pop Fiction novel Moving Into My Ex’s House—loves this book so much. We interviewed her ...
When your mom is dating your ex’s dad: a review of ‘I Heart Kuya’
What is it that draws us into reading stories about other people’s lives? Is it that their lives are more eventful than ours or that they reflect our own? And the more unfortunate the circumstances are, the more hooked we seem to ...
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These books might be worth a read.
Even though information is just one click away on the Internet, nothing compares to the wisdom you pick up by reading a good book. Even fictional works have some sort of life lesson embedded in them!For those who are in their late ...
While majority of the books on the list are fictional, a few of them are inspired by the authors' real-life personal experiences with their own mental health struggles.
Mental health is often a taboo topic, especially in the Philippines. While conversations about it are gradually being initiated, many still find themselves struggling to feel seen, heard, and understood.As we collectively work on shining a light on the stories of real people ...
These young adult fantasy books can whisk you away to new worlds.
For some, 2020 is a year that we’d rather collectively forget. From getting threatened with a health crisis to several industries shutting down, the world has gone through a lot this year that an escape, even a temporary one, would be a ...
Our twenties is a weird but transformative stage.
Our early twenties is a weird but transformative stage. We’ve just officially become adults even though it doesn’t feel like it just yet. It’s a tricky phase of being too young to be considered old, and too old to be considered young. ...
It combines mythology-inspired fantasy with lighthearted kilig.
Love and destiny are the central themes that make Karmic Hearts by Jhing Bautista such a spellbinding read. Not only are there enough light-hearted feels and kilig to keep you turning pages, it also deals with love and human connection on a ...
It’s set in an alternate reality version of Manila.
Books have always served as an escape from reality, and this year, young adult fiction fans couldn’t have found a better rabbit hole to jump into than Mickey Ingles’ Alinam: Diego Domingo and the Mandato Ruiz.Merging fantasy with historical fiction, Alinam follows the ...
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