I was randomly trawling the MIBF floor (taking my Pokemon for a walk, if you must know) last Sunday, avoiding the more crowded aisles as I already did the bulk of my shopping (ha!) when this lovely book, “Elpidio & Alicia: The Love Letters,” caught my eye at the National Historical Commission booth.
Now I’m trying to be more conscientious about the number of books I add to my shelf (I am, I promise), and it’s rare these days for me to come across a book for the first time and instantly want to buy it, but the more I thumbed through this particular book, the more I knew I wanted it for my collection.
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This was definitely one of the busiest years of book fair for me, and I’m still in post-MIBF recovery (and back to work), but as promised, here’s the last installment of my #MIBF2016 posts.
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I was going to say I finished all my shopping yesterday, but since the doors opened today, I’ve already added an entire bag to this. Anyway, here’s my loot thus far — so much for not shopping!
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As promised in my previous post, here are more bookish finds at MIBF 2016!
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This post comes to you a couple of days after the MIBF, mainly because I was nursing a sore throat and some back pain (I’d blame the haul, but well, haha I regret nothing!), and I wasn’t fit for company (erm, except for a couple of books stashed under my covers).
Anyway, I’m in recovery mode now so here are some other MIBF moments I haven’t documented yet.
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