Kahit laging wikang Ingles ang ginagamit ko sa aking pagsulat, Ako Ay Pilipino.
    MakaDiyos. Makabayan. Makatao. Makakalikasan.
    Seryoso ako.

    oOo

    On a much lighter note (than my previous blogs), I would dare to promote a coffee table book, which I believe (or hope) that any Filipino, with the least bit of nationalism thriving in them, would love. The book is entitled “Ako Ay Pilipino: Noon at Ngayon” and takes a look back at the past 490 years of Philippine history.

    It’s not your typical, everyday history book. I promise.

    For more info on the book, click on the AAP link here on my blog (between Life Ko ‘To – which you might want to join – and J Rev). Can’t find the link? C’mon… It’s somewhere up there. ^^^

    You can also Google “Ako Ay Pilipino Coffee Table Book”.

    oOo
    Here are two sample articles/spreads from the book:
    oOo

    Mabuhay!

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6 Comments on "Ako Ay Pilipino Coffee Table Book"

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glentot
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I love my copy and I'm showing it off sa office, so far dalawa na ang bumili…

Joanna
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Yei! Yei! Ipagpatuloy mo… 😀

geek
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It's an interesting book. I would love to have a copy. How much do you charge for it?

If I may ask, why did you choose the “past 490 years of Philippine history?” If it's okay to suggest something, it would be awesome if you go beyond 490 years and begin with 50,000 years ago for your next project. 🙂

If you need some help, don't hesitate to ask.

Joanna
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The year was 1521 when the Spaniards came.

Counting 1521 and 2010, 1521-2010 is 490. 🙂

We also included some articles on pre-colonial Philippines.

We charge 500/book.:)

geek
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Aah.. Next year, maybe. I'll inform you if I've already decided. Currently out of cash.

Joanna
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Will wait for your confirmation! 😉

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