In this day and age, the internet and television have become most people’s main form of entertainment and reading is becoming a thing of the past and I guess this is the reason why I don’t have a television for almost 5 years. I don’t like having a television at my room; it eats too much time instead of doing something productive. So whenever it’s my off or rest day and no errands to do I read a good book but I don’t limit myself to just a book. I also read countless magazines glossy or not and newspapers which my mom and friends hate me…my room looks like a stock room or should I say a mini library on the making.
So when Bibliarch bookstore gives me a free pass to the 33rd Manila International book fair 2012 at SMX Convention Center of SM Mall of Asia, there is no way I’d pass this change even thou work is in between.
This is a good way to promote the love of reading!
Every Child to read more, learn more, understand themselves....
Busy? Pressed? Exhaused? Live a Life well-lit.
Reading is an important skill that needs to be developed in children. It can open up new
worlds and enrich children's lives...kaya dapat ito ang inject ntin sa mga bagets now!
para ala Einstein ang brainy!
Philippines leading bookstores join the event and other publishing houses!
Then bumped into an old friend..couple:)
My love! I'm still in relationship with Haruki Murakami bought his new release 1Q84
a three volume book!
Thank you bibliarch-fullybooked for the free pass and experience! Book fairs are the best place to learn and get to know the local authors or purchase books with great discounts, family or friend bonding as well.
And if you’re an author or writer this is best time to make great contacts or networks for your future publisher:)
"reading will give you lasting pleasure"
-First Lady Laura Bush (quoted in U.S. News & World Report)
Life is good!