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“The Banana Tree” in Outliers of Speculative Fiction

You’d think I’d be blogging more with a new website, but no. The Curse of the Abandoned Blog followed me here. ? The excuse is getting old (even for me), but really, I’ve been busy. On top of doing web design so the human and creature family could eat, I had been preoccupied with writing.

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“Seven Weeks” in Diversity is Coming anthology

Interrupting radio silence to put this here: my YA short story, “Seven Weeks,” is included in the Diversity is Coming anthology. So honored to be part of this high fantasy collection. Best of all, you can get it for free! πŸ™‚ The days of unified culture and singular Great Kingdoms are over. In their place,

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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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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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  • Sundae isn't happy with the attention Quackie is getting. This is how duck pics are done, he says πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
  • 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. πŸ’•πŸ˜Š
  • #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! πŸ˜„ 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. πŸŒ΄πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­πŸŒ΄
  • This week's useless purchase is a ✨sparkly purple journal✨ I'll probably never use but will definitely happy-stare at 😍 It's SO SHINY 😍😍😍
  • That tiny dot is the moon, and it's red. Please just trust me okay! πŸ˜˜πŸ˜¬πŸ˜‚
  • Tonight's dinner is mashed potatoes and chicken wings with Paeng's Peppers The Darkside barbecue sauce 😁🍴 @bludworm24 πŸ˜ƒ
  • Had dinner at this new ribs place in SM Cherry Antipolo. Price isn't so bad, and the food is good! I'm kinda meh with the shake though πŸ˜ƒ
  • This handsome boy is keeping me company tonight while I write edit letters and design websites πŸ˜˜πŸ’•
  • Lunch today πŸ˜€πŸ΄πŸ£
  • Doing a bit of self-care with hubby tonight.  Been a while since my last jog, so I'm pretty sure my legs are so going to hate me tomorrow πŸ˜‚

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