Zee participates in PAG-IBIG: Celebrating Filipino Diaspora in Romantic Fiction

It has been a while since we last had an update here, so I thought I would update a little.

We have been busy, yes. Since our bookshop came to life, and other things in our daily lives started to pick up, we really did not have much time to do any writing.

Okay… maybe we also ran out of things to say. Life happens.

Check out Zee!

One major update for us is that our very own Zee (Book lover at I Heart Romance & YA) is going to be a moderator at the PAG-IBIG: Celebrating Filipino Diaspora in Romantic Fiction event at The Ripped Bodice this weekend.

If you are in the area, you might want to check it out.

We are extremely proud of Zee, and we are backing her in this event 100 percent! We do wish we could be there though. But since we are still located all over the world, our spirits are there with her… helping her poke the Filipino authors.

Here’s some more information regarding the event, taken from the Event host’s website:

Pag-Ibig: Celebrating Filipino Diaspora in Romantic Fiction

(Pag-Ibig means love in Tagalog!)

The Ripped Bodice is celebrating Filipino History Month with a panel featuring authors Tif Marcelo (The Key To Happily Ever After), Mia Hopkins (Thirsty), Maida Malby (Boracay Vows), and Sarah Smith (Faker). Moderated by Ezrah Lasolah-Tuble, bookstagrammer and book blogger at I Heart Romance & YA.

A book signing will follow the panel discussion.

CLICK here to buy tickets.


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