Meet the Storyteller

Featured Guests for March-April: Singapore’s AJ Low

Myra here. We have just recently launched our bimonthly theme for March-April: Rainbow Colours of Diversity: Voices of the Silenced.  In keeping with our multicultural theme, I am very glad to welcome very talented local authors based in Singapore. I was hoping to save this wonderful husband-and-wife tandem for a mystery / suspense/ whodunit theme, but […]

[Guest Blogger/ Junior Storyteller] Erik Weibel’s “Tomato and Pea” and his Favourite Monsters

Hello everyone, Myra here.  I am very pleased to welcome Erik Weibel of This Kid Reviews Books back once more here in GatheringBooks as our featured Junior Storyteller/ Guest Blogger. 11 year old Erik has just recently published his very own book entitled The Adventures of Tomato and Pea, Book 1: A Bad Idea. I am very […]

Featured Guests for September/October: Meet the Slayers of Monsters and Beasts and a Special Guest Blogger!

Myra here. We are very honoured and extremely excited to announce our featured guests this September and October in GatheringBooks. Since our bimonthly theme is on Monsters, Beasts, and Chimera: Of Spooks and Spectres, we thought it best to invite the demon-hunting team, the slayers of monsters and supernatural creatures – who else but the unparalleled Budjette […]

Russell Molina and Sergio Bumatay III talk about EDSA

EDSA is a very special picture book. I have been meaning to get a copy of this while I was visiting the Philippines a few months ago but all the book stores I visited said that all their copies are sold out. And with good reason. And so I was thrilled to have received not one, […]

[Meet the Storyteller] A Conversation with Russell Molina

We are very privileged to have the multi-talented and award-winning Russell Molina as our featured storyteller for our current bimonthly theme here in GatheringBooks. Here is our brief tete-a-tete with one of the Philippines’ best children’s book writers. How did your childhood influence your decision to pursue writing for children? I’m actually a late bloomer […]