Tag: Bookish Events

Pag-Ibig: A Filipino-American Romance Panel

Pag-Ibig: A Filipino-American Romance Panel

Let’s talk about anything bookish!   Happy Monday, Wormies! I finally survived the first romance panel that I moderated! Yes, there was a lot of fangirling involved! A few months ago, I was asked by these amazing authors: Mia Hopkins, Maida Malby, Tif Marcelo, and Sarah Smith to moderate their panel at The Ripped Bodice. It was an honor to moderate this panel because all these ladies are Filipino-American authors writing about characters of color and representing the Filipino, and Filipino-American culture!   We had an amazing time talking about books, romance and Filipino & Filipino American representation in literature. I love that everyone […]

• Posted October 21, 2019 • 4 Comments

Slay Those Series Challenge & Giveaway!

Slay Those Series Challenge & Giveaway!

A reading challenge hosted by @wildandwonderfulreads @jaimearkin @kimberlyfayereads @leighannewrites @pnrbookloverreviews @romanceschmomance @thebookdisciple @zerisse   As most of you know, I found this awesome group of romance reading ladies on Instagram and I decided to join them for this November challenge! I’m not a fan of listing up books to read but I thought I would aim small and hopefully finish 2 series that have been on my TBR for a long time! So there are 3 parts to this challenge, there is the reading challenge (i.e. how many series are you going to read), the photo challenge (i.e. challenge yourself […]

• Posted October 24, 2018 • 6 Comments

LA Times Festival of Books Wrap-Up

LA Times Festival of Books Wrap-Up

Let’s talk about anything bookish!   I spent most of this weekend at the LA Times Festival of Books! Although I wasn’t too happy about the non-existence of the Romance Panel, I was able to meet a few new to me authors and a favorite author! Because I normally don’t research things beforehand, I was extremely surprised that the Universal City station actually has paid parking now! It was free for the longest time! Anyway, I was a little bit disoriented since it’s been a couple of years since I took the Metro, but I was able to make it in one […]

• Posted April 23, 2018 • 8 Comments