Put your shades on because here's another anthology that will heat up your summer! Summer Crush is written by three rockstars from #romanceclass--Jay E. Tria, Tara Frejas, and Six delos Reyes. It is somewhat a crossover of single stories by each author. Check out the synopsis and the links where you can buy this book … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Summer Crush
Surprise! There's a hot new release from #romanceclass! I know you've waited long enough for this so here's a treat for you. *clears throat* S U M M E R F E E L S B L O G T O U R A N D G I V E A W A Y! I haven't finished … Continue reading BLOG TOUR + GIVEAWAY || Summer Feels Anthology by #romanceclass
Ever since I've read Mina V. Esguerra's Fairy Tale Fail and heard about this community of romance authors in the Philippines, I've become so engrossed in #romanceclass. It didn't help that the group were making a noise in various social media platforms because my curiosity just got the best of me. So after years of fangirling … Continue reading Hooray for My First April Feels Day Experience!
It's a truth universally acknowledged that every reader dreams of getting their hands on their much-awaited novel's advance copy before it hits the shelves. Do you ever wonder how your favorite novel was written before it was edited? I knowww... Curiosity gets the best of you sometimes. I know this feeling because I am a … Continue reading How to Beta Read a Romance Novel
To be honest, I know that no present could equal the gift that my mother gave to me—life. My life, in all its essence and glory, came from her. She suffered unbearable pain in the delivery room just to give birth to me alive. Yes, alive. Because I had a twin brother who did not … Continue reading To My Mother, On Her Birthday
Lately, I was reading through the screenshots of the messages we shared before. It hurts a lot to see how we started things in the right direction and ended up in a wrong turn. We had high hopes, promises of seeing each other, and patience to stick around. I know the feelings we shared for … Continue reading Heartaches of a Long-Distance Lover (Published on Candy Magazine and TC)
The year 2016 has been the most challenging time for me throughout my 22 years of existence. And yet it's not yet the sacred year for my dreaded quarter-life crisis. What more could I get in the next years to come? I felt like little pebbles were thrown at me in the past year. They … Continue reading Thank You, 2016. Hello, 2017!
They say that we all have to live just to die in the end. Death is inevitable. But for me, it's not something we should be scared of. It should be something we pay homage for because it's a sacred thing to leave the earth after your long years of stay. As you've seen how long … Continue reading Remembering the Departed Ones
Four years ago today, I met this guy who made a difference in my life. He made me feel special in more ways than one. So we hit it off. It was as if we were made for each other, a match made in heaven. As time goes by, I started thinking he was going … Continue reading Unsent Letter To the Guy Who Should’ve Stayed (Published on ThoughtCatalog)
Nikita Gill is a London-based writer and visual artist. I first came across her on Tumblr and Thought Catalog in 2014 where her poems and verses took the internet by storm. Or maybe her poems were on my feed because we're on the same wavelength. Honestly, I know I will never be like her, but … Continue reading 11 Nikita Gill Poems That Prove Your Soul Is a River