When you’re stuck in a huge pile of books, it’s normal to feel overwhelmed about which book to pick. So here’s a better gist of your must-haves from our September favorites!
1.Reflections of a Man II
Mr. Amari Soul comes up with his second book: Reflections of a Man II. Like his first book in the series, this inspirational will help you to get past your pain, get rid of the self-doubt and help you to see yourself in a new light… a light which illuminates through all of the darkness and shines through to the Beautiful, Strong Woman inside of you. Sounds like a perfect partner to hot coffee while reading on a rainy day, isn’t it?
2. I Love You Since 1892: Ang Pagwawakas
The fifth in the series of I Love You Since 1892 is the finale you’ve been waiting for. The piece first appeared from Wattpad and published under Abs-Cbn. It tells of the story of Carmella Isabella…
Meet Carmela Isabella ang spoiled maldita na nabitter sa pag-ibig pero lahat ng iyon ay magbabago nang bigla siyang napunta sa unang panahon, in the year of 1892. Oo tama kayo, panahon pa nila Jose Rizal.Follow her journey in this love story entangled in time and passion – a historical fiction you must indulge in on a given rainy day! Get the last in the series from National Book Store.
3. The Mavericks
Now here’s one for those who like to sharpen the tool while the weather is conducive to learning. The Mavericks: How 35 Marketing Rockstars Think, Strategize And Execute will definitely ignite a marketer’s spirit as one discovers how the rockstars do it. Bestselling author Josiah Go interviews 35 award-winning marketers on 19 different topics in marketing ranging from drawing insights, formulating the big idea, and finding the competitive advantage.
4. Fragile Things: Short Fictions And Wonders
Let’s take it from the #1 New York bestselling author Neil Gaiman. These marvelous creations showcase the unparalleled invention, storytelling brilliance, terrifyingly dark and entertaining wit of the incomparable Neil Gaiman. By turns delightful, disturbing, and diverting, Fragile Things is a gift of literary attachment from one of the most original writers of our time.
5. Dimps Tips
Daniella, the popular and enigmatic villain character in Kadenang Ginto, is actually a loving, caring mom! Dimples Romana is so good at her vocation as a mother (and as an actress, too, of course!), that she’s out with her own book, Dimps Tips: 52 Essential Life Skills Every Mom Needs to Know.
If you’re a fan of her telenovela, or you’d simply want to be a more equipped mom, get her book from National Book Store!
6. Diary of An Awesome Friendly Kid
If you’re looking forward to some fun, light reading on a rainy day, here’s the one you can grab and have on your bedside: The Diary of An Awesome Friendly Kid\. Rowley’s best friend Greg Heffley has been chronicling his middle-school years in thirteen Diary of a Wimpy Kid journals . . . and counting. But it’s finally time for readers to hear directly from Rowley in a journal of his own. In Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid, Rowley writes about his experiences and agrees to play the role of biographer for Greg along the way. (After all, one day Greg will be rich and famous, and everyone will want to know his life’s story.) But Rowley is a poor choice for the job, and his “biography” of Greg is a hilarious mess. Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid: Rowley Jefferson’s Journal offers readers a new way to look at the Wimpy world—one that fans won’t want to miss!
7. Couple Goals
Rainy days mean cuddle season for couples! If you’d like to step up your relationship and be more proactive in reaching your goals as a couple, check out Lissy Puno’s Couple Goals book. She inspires everyone to “Find the love and connection that last forever in this world full of “I give up. Let’s break up.” Read more about Couple Goals by ordering a copy today.
8. Read My Lips
The rain can truly inspire one to reflect and think about one’s plans for the future. If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, or simply want to get out of the corporate life, here’s a refreshing guide from Rissa Mananquil Trillo: Read My Lips.
In an era where entrepreneurship is glamorized, there are a lot of truths hardly anyone talks about—the wear and tear of 24/7 work, the things you wish you knew from the start, the challenges that test your integrity, and the constant questioning of your life path. This book reveals Rissa Mananquil Trillo’s personal journey in building world-class homegrown beauty brand Happy Skin.
Part memoir and part business guide, the award-winning Filipino entrepreneur answer your biggest questions about how to start your own business. She also shares her entrepreneurial musts, invaluable lessons, useful advice, inspirations, and a healthy dose of real talk. Using her true-to-life-experiences, she makes the conversation on entrepreneurship and business relatable and relevant, helping you truly understand the journey you’re about to get on. A must-read for those who want to be entrepreneurs but don’t know where to start: Read My Lips
9. Tutoy (Jose Marie Viceral): Ang Fantastic Kwento ng Vaklang Twoooo
Who doesn’t recognize Vice Ganda? His hilarious and witty take on standup comedy, and his well-received talents in hosting, TV and movie performances – are just some of his greatest assets. But just like the rest of us, there is more to him than the Vice Ganda persona.
Find out more about “Tutoy” as Vice shares snippets about his life as a young lad, nicknamed Tutoy, who grew up in Tambunting Street (Manila).
“In this book, I shared who Tutoy was when he was young, his experiences and what made him who he is now— the story before I became Vice Ganda,” said the Phenomenal Box Office Star.” – abs-cbn.com
10. Everything is F*cked – A book about Hope
From the success of his unconventional book: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, Mark Manson enlightens us once again with a new read: Everything Is F*cked. In this book, he turns his gaze from the inevitable flaws within each individual self to the endless calamities taking place in the world around us. Drawing on mountains of psychological research, as well as the timeless wisdom of philosophers such as Plato and Nietzsche, he dissects religion and politics and the uncomfortable ways they have come to resemble one another. He looks at our relationships with money, entertainment and the internet, and how too much of a good thing can psychologically eat us alive. He openly defies our definitions of faith, happiness, freedom, and even of hope itself.
Get this book about hope from National Book Store.
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