Anything Goes Anthology book signing

AG Anthology

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, will finally be launched this month!

There will be a book signing in Tulsa, Oklahoma on June 27-29. Since I’m poor, I obviously can’t go. But some of our writers will be there! Most of us also prepared a video where we read an excerpt from our stories, so those of us who can’t make it will still have our “presence” felt.

I’m quite embarrassed about my voice-over, Mister Kapre. My husband says I sound like chipmunk (or hobbit, when he’s feeling particularly nasty). Oh well. I’ll let the folks over there be the judge.

I’m honestly very excited. It’s the first time I’ll have my work published. And this time, it’ll be under my name! It still sucks that the first novella (which is slowly becomming a novel during the first edit) I ever wrote was under a pen name, but I’m slowly getting over that. With the two other stories I’m hoping to release into the wild soon, my real name won’t be so sad anymore.

I can’t wait! 🙂

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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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