Manila Book Signing Teaser

What’s up, guys?

The lovely people at National Book Store are bringing another bestselling author this August for a book signing in the Philippines! *squeals* Book signings are quite rare here in Manila (compared to the US, of course) but when they happen, they definitely start and end with a bang. (Check out our post about our experience at the National Book Store blogger forum with Tahereh Mafi last March 2013)

So if you’re still reading this post, I can only assume that you are a Filipino reader/blogger/person wondering who, exactly, the author is. Well, I’m not going to torture you any longer and I’ll just come out and say it….

I don’t know.

As of this moment, the author’s identity is still being kept a secret, but the reveal is coming really, really soon! Just remember to watch out for National Book Store’s announcement on:

July 1, 3pm!

Mark your calendars, people. You don’t want to miss out on this.

There will be TWO signings for this event; one in MANILA, and one in CEBU. The one in Manila will take place at August 3, 2013 (Saturday) and the one in Cebu will be at August 4, 2013. (Sunday)

So make sure to check out National’s FB page and Twitter account on JULY 1 to find out who the mystery author is. For the meantime, try and guess who will be coming on August!

Poster - Guess Who is Coming Next (August 2013)

2 thoughts on “Manila Book Signing Teaser

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