Writings are timeless as they act as mirrors of history. Let me explain why I publish writings. You don’t have to be a good writer to write something. The only requirement is to write in simple terms to be understood. I have seen a lot of good writings in the internet, in magazines and newspapers. But most writers have only one or two articles and therefore not enough material to be published as a book. And yet, many of them need to be published. So the idea of collecting all these various writings hit me. I myself cannot come up with enough material. I decided to offer my services to publish anybody’s worthwhile writings in one fairly good sized book, in paperback or pocketbook form. Their ability to publish is solved in a nutshell.
I am offering these services free of charge because of the availability of print-books-on-demand (POD) system nowadays. I have acquired the knowledge the hard way. I am now in a position to help publish writings of anybody. I can produce the book, but it’s not entirely free of cost on my part. I merely assume the cost.
Why put your writings in a book? And not just in the internet? I recommend that writings be retained in a hard copy or in book form or printed form for posterity. The book will always be there among your collections or libraries. Not all use the internet. The internet access has its technical problems. Writings in the internet may be erased erroneously. Free storage is hard to access. Paid storage may be returned or lost.
For those looking for a publisher, especially if you have a novel or many essays, I can produce the paperback book under your own authorship. Book sale is risky business. In most cases, I cannot even recover my initial costs. As authors, you must help in marketing these books that contain your writings. + + +
Table of Contents
Introduction – p.4
No. 1 – Protecting the Nation’s Marine Wealth in the
West Philippine Sea.
By Supreme Court Justice Antonio T. Carpio
No. 2 – Are Filipinos United Against China’s Invasion
of Ayungin Shoal.
By Rodel Rodis – p.23
No. 3 – Telltale Signs: Why Are There So Many
Nurses in the US?
By Rodel Rodis – p.27
No. 4 – Telltale signs: Philippines – A Jewish
Refugee from the Holocaust.
By Rodel Rodis – p.34
No. 5 – Telltale Signs: OFW Remittances Promote
By Rodel Rodis – p.38
No. 6 – Adding Insult To Injury: UP College Named
After Marcos’ Prime Minbister.
By Ted Laguatan – p.42
No. 7 – Aquino To Nation: “This Is Your SONA.”
By President Benigno Aquino III – p.51
No. 8 – Why We Are Poor: A Purpose for the Middle
By F. Sionil Jose – p.83
No. 9 – Secrets of a Romantic Man.
By Dr. Phil Stack – p.89
No. 10 – Totoong Buhay Sa Canada
By Racz Kelly – p.92
No. 11 – Small Steps to Building a Nation.
By Bert Armada – p.96
No. 12 – The Rising of a Nation.
By Bert Armada – p.100
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