Curious as to which #romanceclass titles will be available on Sunday’s #AprilFeelsDay event? Here’s a partial and unofficial list of books you’ll be able to buy at the venue, so get those wallets ready!
by Mina V. Esguerra
- Learning to Fall – P275
- My Imaginary Ex – P150
- That Kind of Guy – P175
- Welcome to Envy Park – P185
- The Harder We Fall – P185
- Never Just Friends – P185
by Six de los Reyes
- Beginner’s Guide – P370
- Just for the Record – P220
by Carla de Guzman
- Cities – P300
- We Go Together – P200
by Agay Llanera
- Choco Chip Hips – P200
- This Side of Sunny – P215
by C.P. Santi
- When Cocoy Became Kikay – P190
- Be Careful What You Wish For – P290
by Ana Tejano
by Tara Frejas (That’s me!)
- Paper Planes Back Home – P250
- The “Forget You” Brew – P200
by Yeyet Soriano
- Turning Points P330
- In My Dreams P240
by Jay E. Tria
- Blossom Among Flowers – P280
- Majesty – P200
- Songs of Our Breakup – P250
- Songs to Get Over You – P250
by Kesh Tanglao
- The Real Score – P250 (P350 if bundled with an eBook copy of (un)breakable)
by Chi Yu Rodriguez
- The ByeBye Bouquet – P220
by Chrissie Peria
- All’s Fair in Blog and War – P200
by Ansela Corsino
- The Billionaire’s Price – P350
by Miles Tan
by Arlene Manocot
- Yearning for the One (Poem Anthology) – P180
Please be reminded that most of these books come in limited quantities, so come to the venue early to be able to buy your copies. Or you can always arrange for reservations with the authors through Facebook or Twitter.
Aren’t you glad it’s payday weekend?
Get your feels ready, because #romanceclass is preparing to serve up loads this coming April! The very first #AprilFeelsDay is happening on April 17, 2016 (that’s a Sunday) at Pegi Waffles, San Juan, Metro Manila–and YOU are cordially invited!
Yes, whether you’re an author, a reader, an artist, or simply someone who has feelings, you are very welcome to join us. A number of activities are in store for you, including #romanceclass live reading, spoken word poetry, romance writing and publishing Q&A, book launches, selling and signing, and even tarot card reading! Entrance fee is P200, inclusive of free snacks and a book (available until supplies last). Now, if that doesn’t excite you, I don’t know what will.
Questions? Here’s an FAQs page for your reference.
In anticipation for #AprilFeelsDay, come join our Photo a Day Challenge which starts TODAY! Check this out:
Follow Romance Class Books on Instagram for more details on the daily challenge, and don’t forget to use the hashtags #romanceclass and #AprilFeelsDay each time you’re posting your challenge. I’m excited to see everyone’s posts . . . and of course, more excited to see you on April 17!
My #AprilFeelsDay #photoaday challenge entries are under the cut! ^_^
Except I won’t. Because there’s no party. Yet.
No, scratch that. The party’s started way before today. It’s those little every day moments that made me laugh, smile, feel kilig in a number of different ways. When you put them all together, they make for a pretty fantastic party. (I’m really just saying this because I feel like I’m too old for an actual one and would rather spend my birthday here at home, writing something.)
So–first things first: I’ve drawn a winner for my birthday giveaway, and it’s . . .
Congratulations, Nicole! I’ll be in touch with you soon so you can claim your prizes! ^_^ WOOHOO!
So yes, February’s been awesome so far, what with all the #romanceclass happenings as of late. Like that time we went to watch PETA’s 3 Stars and a Sun:
We bought 18 balcony center tickets to see Gio Gahol play Chino in PETA’s newest production featuring Francis Magalona’s songs. I’d write a review of the musical, but I need to see it again. And again. Maybe I’ll get to that review by mid-March. Yep, it usually takes me that long to process All My Feelings. But please, for the love of all things beautiful–go see the show. Here’s a list of shows and showbuyers you can contact to get tickets. They run until March 6 ONLY!
So this was a thing that happened last Sunday. 🙂
I was initially apprehensive about attending the Heneral Luna DVD Launch because 1) it had been raining non-stop the day before (and we know what happens to the already congested roads when it rains) and 2) the venue was in Eastwood City, a place I wouldn’t know how else to get to aside from riding a cab.
So imagine my excitement when the rain let up on Sunday, allowing me to do a bit of shopping early in the afternoon before heading to Libis. I was so scared of being late for the 7:00 PM event that I rode a cab to the venue at around 4:00 and arrived 20 minutes later. (LOL, what traffic? Where? It was a miracle!)
Heneral Luna DVDs were being sold at the venue entrance for P699 (roughly $15) and I think I was one of the first ones to buy that day. The staff were still setting up their wares when I approached and told them to
Just kidding. I didn’t say that.
I did let them take my money though.
I revisited (part of) my old alma mater last Saturday, November 28, for my very first Filipino ReaderCon experience, and to say that I was overwhelmed is an understatement. Granted, it took me several years to return to DLSU-Manila, but I still wasn’t prepared for how different it looked. The Henry Sy Sr. Building was HUGE. Escalators and elevators were everywhere. When I attended college there more than ten years back, the only buildings that had an elevator (if memory serves me right) were the Saint Joseph and SPS Buildings. Gokongwei? Not so sure; I didn’t frequent that area of the campus even if there was a walkway connecting it to Miguel.
Anyway, I digress.
This year marks the 5th year of #FilReaderCon, and I am so glad to have been part of it. I would’ve loved to have participated in more of the sessions, but I was happy to have spent time at the #romanceclass booth anyway, helping to sell and restock books. Also buy them.