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Anything Goes Anthology book signing

I missed you, Mister Kapre. I’ve been busy with work and of course, writing! I’ve churned out two short stories this month (I’ll edit them first before finding them new homes), but that’s not the exciting part. Anything Goes Anthology, the collection of short stories from multi-national authors where My Name is Pedro is included,

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I failed at Camp

So, I tried my hand at trying to do Camp NaNoWriMo. You can guess what happened, Mister Kapre. FAIL! I’m 8,000 words short of my 20,000 word count goal. And what even sucks is that I’ve done something like this already, and even finished one at around 25,000 words. I thought about what might have

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My Aether-5 board on Pinterest

Check this out, Mister Kapre! I made an inspiration board for the novel I’m working on, Aether-5. You won’t know the plot by looking at my Pins, but it’ll give you an idea of how I envisioned the world. (And the characters. Don’t forget the hot guys in the story!). I’ll be updating the board

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Anddddd….. The new theme goes live!

Look at that, Mister Kapre! Our little nook on the Web has a nifty new theme. I’m still ironing out some kinks in the landscape iPad version — argh, the Twitter widget just won’t play nice with my code — and some pages are still under construction, but the blog is almost ready. We can

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The two sides of the pen name coin

Guess what, Mister Kapre? I’ve just completed my first novella! It’s still in horrible shape, riddled with plot holes and spelling/grammar errors galore. I’ll also need to fix up the first part where I’ve experimented with Point-of-View change, but still. I finished it. For the first time ever, I got to type “The End” for

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Mister Kapre and I say, “Hello World!”

After struggling for the past couple of years trying to keep Kutitots up to date, I’ve finally accepted the inevitable: I have to let go. The passion for it just isn’t there anymore, you know? Every now and then, I’ll probably post an entry there or two, but I won’t even bother apologizing for the

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Hi there, stranger!

I'm Gail, a Filipina author based in the Philippines. I run a design studio with my husband in the outskirts of Manila, but I also do freelance copywriting and editing on the side. I write historical fantasy and contemporary novels with a dash of magic for middle grade readers. My fiction is represented by Alyssa Eisner Henkin of Trident Media Group.

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  • Happy Independence Day! 🇵🇭 Let's remember all the heroes who fought for the freedoms we enjoy today, & take this moment to examine the effects of colorism & colonial mentality on our people & country.

To celebrate, I'm posting this excerpt from my upcoming book 😊❤️ #novel19s @novel19s
  • Feast All You Can with friends! I'm soooooo full 😊
  • Leche flan with friends 😊
  • Better late than never! After-Mother's Day seafood dinner with my mom 💕😊
  • Food post! Hubby and I tried this place called Cafe Lydia last weekend. Pretty yum and the price isn't bad 😊😊😊
  • My hair's five inches shorter now 😁 I don't think Sundae is happy about it... Less hair for him to pull 😂
  • Monday seafood date with hubby! Cheap, but very very filling! 😁
  • Sundae isn't happy with the attention Quackie is getting. This is how duck pics are done, he says 😂😂😂
  • Sometimes, all you need to conquer that stubborn chapter is a little pep talk from your laptop and a wobbly, Happy Meal toy 😊 #amrevising #amwriting #kidlit #mg
  • It's that time of the year again when these little furballs get their free anti-rabies shots and pet registration from the municipal vet! 😊
  • #authorlifemonth Day 6: Awesome Moment. There are a lot of awesome moments in my writing life (and more coming soon), but that day I visited my grandma, my Mama Nena, to tell her about signing with such an amazing agent is my first proudest moment as an author. You see, Mama Nena was the one who taught me to read. I couldn't keep up with my classmates, so Mama Nena spent every day after school with me, using my affinity for art to associate words with meanings. Without her, I wouldn't be the writer that I am now. 💕😊
  • #authorlifemonth Day 5: book setting. I'm a bit late, and I likely won't be able to post daily, but today's theme is just so hard to pass up! 😄 My book takes place in different parts of Metro Manila, but it begins in a park inside a fictional gated subdivision in Quezon City, somewhere near Katipunan Avenue. 🌴🇵🇭🌴

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