How to use Photopea to make a Character Card for #TheReadingQuest

A quick tutorial on how to use Photopea (a free online editor site) so that anyone can make a character card for #TheReadingQuest. This tutorial only has 6 steps to help anyone without Photoshop. (Update: Readers can still participate in #TheReadingQuest for fun after the official sign-up closed on 14 August but won’t be eligible for the book prizes.) … More How to use Photopea to make a Character Card for #TheReadingQuest

August & September Plans – A Rogue for #TheReadingQuest

Aentee of Read At Midnight is hosting a video game-based reading event known as #TheReadingQuest, which will run from Sunday 13 August – Sunday 10 September 2017. Character art designed by CW of Read, Think, Ponder. Update: Readers can still participate in #TheReadingQuest for fun after the official sign-up closed on 14 August but won’t be eligible for the book prizes. To join, … More August & September Plans – A Rogue for #TheReadingQuest

Blog Update: Beta & Sensitivity Reader Services

Just an update on the blog: I’m now offering beta & sensitivity reader services to assist writers and their pre-publication manuscripts. – For sensitivity reading, I’m offering to read and give feedback on Filipino, Asian-Australian and PoC representation in manuscripts and short stories. – For both services, I’m flexible with genre & target audiences. For more information, … More Blog Update: Beta & Sensitivity Reader Services

Dragons, grief and love in ‘The Wave’ by Hoa Pham

  ‘I remember how you were, not how you are. We were we until we became you and I.’ Midori and Âu Cô are international university students tasting freedom from family for the first time. They discover Melbourne and each other. All is well until the tsunami that swamps their world… Midori and Âu Cô … More Dragons, grief and love in ‘The Wave’ by Hoa Pham

The Hour of Daydreams: a reimagined Filipino folktale by Renee M. Rutledge

At a river near his home in the Philippine countryside, respected doctor Manolo Lualhati encounters the unthinkable—a young woman with wings. After several incredible visits, he coaxes her to stay behind—to quit flying to the stars with her sisters each night—so they can marry. Tala agrees, but soon finds herself grounded in a new life … More The Hour of Daydreams: a reimagined Filipino folktale by Renee M. Rutledge

#RamadanReadathon TBR – A Reading Challenge for June

Drop by the intro post for the #RamadaReadathon to learn more about this June reading challenge. Also, check out the event schedule and photo challenges here: I’ve been reading slowly since the end of the Asian Lit Bingo in May, so I expect to only read around 3 books in June. Though I’ve made a flexible list based on the … More #RamadanReadathon TBR – A Reading Challenge for June