Archive for December, 2008

Having Your Book Manuscript Reviewed

Monday, December 29th, 2008

If you are a relatively new or unknown author or writer, your book can benefit from having known people or writers come up with a testimonial or endorsement of your book. Doing this, however, will entail costs and time.


What My Child Prays For

Sunday, December 28th, 2008

As a parent, I attempt to teach my children to get comfortable speaking with God. Most of the time, my children resort to “formula prayers” as these are faster and easier.


Finding An Artist for Your Book

Saturday, December 27th, 2008

When you come out with or publish your book, chances are you will need to scout for an artist who can give your book cover or pages of your book the look and feel that you want. In the case of the Mom’s A Stewardess book, I knew I wanted the drawings to be colorful to catch the attention of prospective readers and also to give the book a “light look.”


The Gift of Abundance by Pido Aguilar, Jr.

Thursday, December 25th, 2008

I was at a Christmas reunion recently and during the gathering, talk turned to how things will be for business in 2009. Everyone thought that things will be quite dark and bleak and that so far, we just haven’t felt it since for Filipinos, “tuloy pa din ang Pasko!” (roughly, that means that Christmas is still a time for making merry even amidst difficult times). Different individuals were awaiting the impact of the global financial crisis by January 2009.