Proudly Pinoy and independently produced, I highly recommend this to all fans of animation, horror and good stories with a social conscience.
The annual World Book Day (April 23) was celebrated this year amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Though locked down in their respective community quarantines, the bookworms were not to be stopped in celebrating the occasion -- mainly by participating in book challenges, readathons (reading marathons), and other collaborative bookish pursuits that one can do … Continue reading The Books As Outfits Book Tag
“To a parent, your child wasn't just a person: your child was a place, a kind of Narnia, a vast eternal place where the present you were living and the past you remembered and the future you longed for all existed at once.” —Celeste Ng, Little Fires Everywhere Mother's Day in the Philippines … Continue reading Mother’s Day in Quarantine + Books About Motherhood
"We don't remember what we want to remember. We remember what we can't forget." Journalist Taddeo reports on the risks women take to fulfill their sexual desires. The result of eight years and thousands of hours of interviews, the book describes how each of her three subjects is undone by an intimate relationship that eventually … Continue reading Pages Review: “Three Women” by Lisa Taddeo
“But fiction has the unique power of revealing something true.” ― Ali Smith, The Accidental APRIL WRAP-UP Happy(?) May! Here’s to hoping it’s going to be a better, kinder month for all of us 🍻 My April reads was such a diverse collection of titles centered mostly about humanity, technology and nature. Though … Continue reading My April Wrap-Up and May TBR