Four fresh reads from ABS-CBN Publishing to be launched at the Manila Int’l Book Fair

ABS-CBN Publishing, Inc. joins this year’s Manila International Book Fair with four exciting book launches, inspiring talks, and meet-and-greet sessions with Kapamilya authors at the biggest and longest running book fest in the country happening from September 12 to 16 at the SMX, Mall of Asia Complex in Pasay City.

ABS-CBN’s publishing arm will formally launch Ferdie Cabiling’s “Run” book on Thursday (September 13) at 5:30 PM, Chef Myke Tatung’s recipe manual “Dishkarte” on Friday (September 14) at 12 NN, and Ana Theresa Cruzate’s horror story “Tell Me How You Want To Die” and Arlo Icabandi’s “Ang Halimaw Sa Baryo San Vicente” on Sunday (September 16) at 3 PM.

On Thursday (September 13), “365 Days of Feels” author Noreen Capili, or more popularly known as Noringai, shares her inspiration in Writing For The Telenovela seminar at 10 AM, while FQ Mom Rose Fausto conducts money talk in FQKwentuhan: Kamusta Na Ang Relasyon Niyo Sa Pera at 1:30 PM. Chef Tatung gives A Talk From Heart to Platter at 3:30 PM and spoken word artist Juan Miguel Severo will lead the Habang Wala Pa Sila discussion at 6 PM.

ABS-CBN chief content officer and ABS-CBN University president Charo Santos-Concio, author of “My Journey: The Story Of An Unexpected Leader,” shares her leadership learnings on Saturday (September 15) at 9 AM.

Readers can also meet and greet other Kapamilya authors on Saturday such as former beauty queen Abby Arenas of “88 Things Every Professional Should Know” at 11 AM, feng shui expert Master Hanz Cua who will conduct a tarot reading session at 1 PM, Binibining Mia, Charmaine Lasar, Ruth Mendoza, and Ana Cruzate at 1 PM, and YouTube sensation Lloyd Cadena, author of “Ex-Rated” at 3 PM.

On Sunday (September 16), Queen Elly will talk about her book “The Room” and “Don’t Tell” with actress Sue Ramirez at 5:30 PM.

Now on its 39th year, MIBF has become the most-awaited exhibition for all sorts of readers. It also hosts seminars, workshops, book signings, and other programs, such as the co-located event POP HUB: Comic Splash X Fandom Fest.