The World’s Biggest Book Sale is Now in Manila: Big Bad Wolf Book Sale

The Big Bad Wolf is the biggest traveling book sale in the world which offers up to 90% discount. It makes its rounds in nine different countries—Thailand, Taiwan, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Myanmar, South Korea, the Philippines, and the United Arab Emirates—all year round.

The Big Bad Wolf sale started in Malaysia in 2009 with the advocacy of its founders, Andrew Yap and Jacqueline Ng, to promote reading habits and provide more affordable books to a new generation of readers.

The Manila sale will run 24 hours non-stop between February 14 and February 24.

Don’t worry if you can’t go to the sale. The same discounts are offered by Big Bad Wolf’s sister company BookXcess Online.




 How to Get There

World Trade Center
2/F WTCMM Building, 1300, Pasay Extension
corner, Sen. Gil J. Puyat Ave,
Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines

Happening Now: National Book Store’s Online Book Fest

National Book Store is now holding an online book sale. Check out their site to get the best deals or shop at Lazada or Shopee.

Stephen Hawking: My First Stephen Hawking | Review

Stephen Hawking: My First Stephen Hawking
Mª Isabel Sánchez Vegara
Illustrated by Matt Hunt

ISBN 9780711245914
Children’s Book/Non-Fiction
24 pages



Little People, Big Dreams series brings you Stephen Hawking: My First Stephen Hawking, a board book version introducing the wonderful life of one of the greatest modern physicists.

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Read these books before the release of their film adaptations in 2020

The King of Horror once declared in his preface of the complete and uncut edition of The Stand that movies nearly always have a diminishing effect on works of fantasy. It doesn’t stop us to get excited about the film adaptations of our favorite books, however. Personally, I love watching movies because it’s the easiest way to share my love for books.

Chaos Walking was originally set to be released in 2019 but was deemed unreleasable by executives. Reshoots were made in April 2019 and we’re not sure when we’ll see Tom Holland play Todd Hewitt. Artemis Fowl’s adaptation was also set to be released last year after a number of delays since its initial development in 2001. We will finally see the boy genius come to life this year. It seems that 2020 will be a good year for us booklovers and moviegoers alike.  Continue reading “Read these books before the release of their film adaptations in 2020”

Gift Ideas for Your Bookworm Friends


Christmas is one of the best seasons to shower friends, family, and colleagues with love and affection. Giving gifts to book lovers is daunting, however. You can’t just pick a random book because they might already have the books they want or they might not want the book of your choice at all.

Worry no more because I have listed here some gift ideas that your bookworm friends will surely appreciate and love.

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12 Cliché Titles I Am Getting Tired Of

Judging a book by its cover is a common enough practice among book lovers, but judging by the title is something I rarely hear (read) mentioned in the book community. I’m boggled how authors write wonderful novels for many months (and even years) just to come up with a title that is not only ordinary but also cliched.


 I have listed here some overdone titles and what my fellow booklovers on Twitter thought are cliché titles. Continue reading “12 Cliché Titles I Am Getting Tired Of”

Books On My TBR I’m Avoiding Reading and Why | Top Ten Tuesday

books on my tbr i'm avoiding reading

I’m a heavy procrastinator, alright. Reading books is not an exemption. Here’s a list of books I’ve been meaning to read. Every year these books manage to get a slot on my TBR. Continue reading “Books On My TBR I’m Avoiding Reading and Why | Top Ten Tuesday”

Books I Enjoyed That Are Outside of My Comfort Zone | Top Ten Tuesday

Reading out my genre is a feat I seldom do. But when I do find a book outside my comfort zone that is surprisingly satisfying, I can’t help but feel elated. Here’s a list of some books I really enjoyed and loved.

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The Bridge of Little Jeremy by Indrajit Garai | Book Review

The Bridge of Little Jeremy
Indrajit Garai

ISBN: 9781987423617
Publication Date: 17 March 2019
Domestic Fiction
278 pages


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