1. Establishing a baseline style
2. Having fun with that balanced look
3. Make up tutorials for "the Natural Look" and "Faking a Good Night's Rest"
Get it now! US$0.99 in Amazon (US$2.99 for Asia Pacific buyers) (Kindle format) and US$1.99 in Smashwords (epub and mobi format).
All books are available at National Bookstore, PowerBooks, Booksale and Fully Booked; Well Played is available through various digital formats.
The Pink Shoes Trilogy
It's the Lord of the Rings of Pinoy chick lit!
(I'm kidding. I'M KIDDING! Please don't skin me, oh fellow Tolkienites.)
You don't necessarily have to read the books in order...er, in order to enjoy them, but I'd like to think that you'll get the wonderful feeling of watching friends "grow" along with you as the series progresses. These are the books - plus some background information.
Start with Book 1:
If The Shoe Fits
When we last saw Dina, Emily, and Shane, Dina broke her pink ballet flats but gained a new boyfriend, Emily ended a toxic relationship, and Shane learned how to play nice. Then they all lived happily ever after.
Or did they?
Bubbly Emily's on the path of enlightenment courtesy of a slight iffy guru; tough-chick Shane's about to get the biggest scare of her life; a horrible ex-grilfriend reemerges, zombie-style; and reformed junior matrona Dina will find out that some shoes--no matter how old and comfortable--aren't always the perfect fit.
Shane is quickly morphing into the Bridezilla to end all monstrous brides. Another bridesmaid, Em, is dipping her toes into dangerous waters. Then there’s the mysterious bartender, Trace, who keeps on bumping into Dina all over the island.
Will Dina, Shane and Em keep their cool in Boracay's sweltering heat? Find out in Shoes Off!, the third installment in the Pink Shoes trilogy.
Outside the Pink Shoes trilogy:
Patrice Reyes is starting her junior year at the University and she's convinced it's going to be the best semester ever. For starters, it looks like this is the year her team will win the regional football (soccer, for you Yanks) championships. Her subjects are looking good, and there's even a chance she might finally get somewhere with her rock star crush. But a new classmate—arrogant, cold math nerd—is seriously throwing off her groove. Will she ever get rid of him and have the awesome semester she deserves? Or is there truth to never judging (math) books by their cover?