I'm doing this because I receive tons of email about my books, so I figured to just put it here para isa na lang. I have two kinds of books--one is the traditionally published meaning iyong mga available nationwide and the other one is yung self-published and they're only by order.
I'll be discussing the traditional ones.
As of the moment, I am under an exclusive contract with Popfiction. I have published 9 books, as of April 2019 and I'll be putting the list here. I'll also update this list whenever I'd publish more (if opportunity shows itself, hopefully)
1. For Hire: A Damn Good Kisser (Php195)
I wrote this when I was 15, so expect this to be kinda cheesy, but I'm really proud of this book! Get this if you want something daring and funny and frustrating.
2. Seducing Drake Palma (Php 195)
Wrote this one when I was writing GGGB because I needed a breather because GGGB was so serious. Didn't really expect this one to get the reception it got, tbh. This one's fun and light and will probably remind you of high school and all that fluff.
3. Dating Alys Perez (Php 195)
This one is the first story that made me cry while I was writing it. I can still remember crying while typing the last epilogue. I think this one will probably make you decide not to read my stories anymore because tbh, I know I'm frustrating because it's not that I don't give a shit about what my readers think, it's just that I care about the stories that I wanna tell more. I recommend this if you want something heavy (and of course if you liked SDP because it's the continuation)
4. A Latte Like Love (Php 195)
Wrote this with forgottenglimmer and this one's the more formal book I wrote. I wrote this offline and it's pretty challenging because I was aware that I was writing it with someone as good as Ate FG so I knew I had to step-up my game. I could still remember when our clan went out to swim but I had deadline for this story, so while my cousins were having fun swimming, I was in a corner, finishing a chapter that I needed to send. Lol. Writing's not always fun, you know? I recommend this. It's good. For me.
5. Good Girl Gone Bad (Php 195)
This one's my fave. It's got everything. I swear I put everything here haha
6. How To Break-Up With The Bad Boy (Php 195)
This one's the more trickier book. It tackled something kinda sensitive and I was aware that it's not everyone's cup of tea, but I'm always up for a challenge, so I wrote this one. Tbh, this is probs the first book where I could see that I 'improved' in terms of writing because I was jeje before (it's a phase!!!) I kinda went to the more formal side here... and I love this story.
7. Better Than Fiction (Php 195)
My first (and probably only) take on chat fiction. This one was hard to write because I wasn't really into writing chat fiction because it's hard and it's difficult to show progress by using limited words and no narration. It's really challenging. But I had fun writing this. And I got kilig when I read this lol. I recommend this if you're in for a light reading. Something fun lang.
8. Just The Benefits (Php 195)
This... my fave. That's it, that's the tweet.
9. How To Steal The Bad Boy (Php 199)
Probs my most frustrating story. I don't want to talk about this. It still frustrates me every time hahahaha I don't know if I should feel proud because I'm so effective that I even frustrate myself or just hate myself because why did I come up with such frustrating characters and plots?!
These books can be bought in bookstores nationwide like NBS, Powerbooks, Fully Booked, Pandayan, Expressions, Booksale etc. If there are no copies available, you can go straight to the customer service and request for a copy.
Also, it's much better if you buy books when they're released kasi the longer you wait, the chance gets slimmer kasi mahirap na maka-hanap #truestory. Or if you want, you can try MIBF because I think Popfic replenishes copies during that time.
Or better yet, tweet @PopFictionBooks on twitter and ask them to print more copies yaaay