#BuwanNgAkdangPinoy: #HeistClub What We Hide Authors

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Arlene Manocot 

Arlene Manocot, author of The Gung Ho Lady, is a fiction and poem writer. She writes stories in English and Filipino with a fusion of fantasy, mystery, thriller and romance. Writing stories keeps her going. The Gung Ho Lady is her second published book.



Twitter: @arlenemanocot

Arlene, my friend, is so nice to me. Yes, we bonded mostly on Facebook but the friendship is there and will be there. As a fellow author from Laguna, we are pretty and talented!  ahahaha

Jessica E. Larsen

Jessica E. Larsen, author of The Flame Squad: Sly Prince, is an author of contemporary romance, YA, NA and Paranormal stories. She’s a hopeless romantic, who will forever be young at heart. She enjoys traveling a lot, drawing inspiration from places she visits and interesting people she encounters. She loves to read and writes in different genres and spends hours arguing with her characters. At times, she likes playing the villain and gives them a taste of hell when they refused to listen to her demands.




Jessica and I have been friends since buqoYA days. We just rekindled and became close when I kept on bugging her. hahaha

Mark Manalang

Mark Manalang, author of Sampaguita, describes himself as a “news writer by day, amateur novelist by night, food writer on call, foodie by calling.” He maintains a food blog called “Unlimited Grub Grabs”, and writes on Wattpad under the pen name “Tenkouken”. He also writes news stories for TV5. His dream is to dine at the Shin Yokohama Raumen Museum in Japan, and to write a romance series and a crime series.


WordPress: https://unlimitedgrubgrabs.wordpress.com/

Twitter: @mtjmanalang

Instagram: @unlimitedgrubgrabs

Mark  has always been close to me since JustwritePH days. We hang out often nowadays on Facebook. I haven’t been so visible because of work. Sorry Mark. Talk to you really soon.

Farrah F. Polestico 

Farrah F. Polestico, author of Let’s Play Murder, wanted to be a lot of things in life— an engineer, a nurse, an astrophysicist. But it wasn’t until she was thirteen when she knew for sure she was going to be a published writer. And now she is. When she’s not up all night writing her next book, you can find her reading anything and everything from a Charles Dickens novel to old grocery receipts

Stay updated on the latest news about Farrah’s new releases by subscribing to the newsletter at http://eepurl.com/by3w01 or following her on Twitter @bookskeepmesane

Bianca Mori 

Bianca Mori
, author of Snakehead, writes contemporary romance and romantic suspense. She loves watching fantasy movies and reading anything she can get her hands on. She lives in Manila with her family and a hyperactive pug.

Connect with Bianca:

Twitter – @thebiancamori

Facebook – www.Facebook.com/thebiancamori

Blog – www.thebiancamori.blogspot.com

Goodreads –www.Goodreads.com/thebiancamori

Bianca! She’s been so nice when I finally met her last April. I have been swooning her because I like her works. ahahaha

Porcupine Strongwill

Porcupine Strongwill, author of Corpus Delicti, is a Messiahn artist from Manila, who adores cats, milk-coffee, and the sound of heels clacking on wooden floor. She is currently the editor of and a contributing writer for PSICOM Publishing’s bestselling series Heartbreakers: Season 2. Her debut book, a poetry collection called “Forgotten Things To Say,” was released in 2014.

Corpus Delicti” is her first published crime fiction.

Porcey, my lil sister. We bonded during the promotion of the #heistclub launch. I added her as an author coordinator but we ended becoming close friends.


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