Showing posts from January, 2015

Hodkin visited DLSU

New York Times bestselling author  Michelle Hodkin  visited the Philippines to promote her novel which is a trilogy about Mara Dyer. As part of her visit to the Philippines, she had an author talk and book signing event held at the 4/f Verdure, Henry Sy Sr Hall,  De La Salle University  last J anuary 20, 2015. The Mara Dyer series comes in three titles:  The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer ,  The Evolution of Mara Dyer  and  The   Retribution of Mara Dyer . Most of the students present in the crowd liked her second novel wherein the romance between the characters blossomed. During her talk, she encouraged the crowd especially the aspiring authors to keep writing despite getting rejections. It was a mix of audience coming from various walks of life, mostly students from different universities. This event is in partnership with  Fully Booked  and  DLSU Libraries . 

Michelle Hodkin: author talk and Q&A

The Libraries and Fully Booked invite you to join Michelle Hodkin  : Author Talk and Q&A on Tuesday, 20 January 2014, 4/F, Verdure, Henry Sy, Sr. Hall, 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM Michelle Hodkin  is a New York Times bestselling author of the highly successful  Mara Dyer  Series:  The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer ,  The Evolution of Mara Dyer , and  T he Retribution of Mara Dyer . Online Registration  is required for this event. Registration ends on  14 January 2014 .  Kindly note that copies  of Ms. Hodkin's books   distributed and verified only by Fully Booked   shall be accommodated during the book signing session with the author. Click  HERE  to learn more about the  Book Signing Guidelines .

Dr. Cruz Turns over Personal Collection to DLSU

On December 18, 2014,  Dr. Isagani R. Cruz  formally turned over his collection  t o the  De La Salle University  in a ceremony held at the Henry Sy, Sr. Hall (HSSH). The Collection is the latest addition to the special collections of the DLSU Libraries. Housed on the 13 th  floor of the HSSH, it comprises of valued materials in different formats such as books, serials, audio visual materials, and memorabilia pertinent to the work of the essayist, playwright, critic, and educator. Highlighting the collection are serials and articles that the donor has written for various periodicals; books he has authored/co-authored, edited/co-edited, and contributed to, that are mostly published outside of the Philippines and focusing on the field of American literature. Other notable materials in the collection are manuscripts, oral history that he produced including his state interviews with the lectures of prominent writers such as  Virgilio Almario ,  Buenaventura Medina, Cesar Hidalg