And here’s the link, dear blog readers!
It’s very experimental storytelling.
And it’s available FREE for a very limited time (NOT! You waited too long! Now you have to pay $2.99!)
If anyone is interested in reviewing Jenalyn or The Lost Language (more about this collection, below), please contact self so that she can send you review copies!
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And here’s something else: Because The Lost Language, self’s third collection of short stories, was published by a Philippine press, Anvil, it hasn’t been readily available here in the States. Self has told many people that, if they should chance to be in the Philippines, they should drop by their local National Bookstore or Powerbooks and pick up a copy there. That, or have a visiting relative bring over a copy.
But self has just discovered that Linda Nietes of Philippine Expressions (L.A.-based long-time purveyor of Filipiniana) gets a monthly shipment of books from the Philippines, so if you want a copy, all you need to do is e-mail her at:
She has a Paypal account.
When self’s first book, Ginseng and Other Tales From Manila, was published, it was Linda Nietes who organized the launch in L.A. And she has done the same for untold numbers of Filipino and Filipino American writers. Really, self cannot thank her enough!