Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — Young adult novelists Colleen Hoover, Tarryn Fisher, and Christine Brae stirred a storm in their first weekend in the Philippines. The three were warmly welcomed in Cebu last Saturday (September 12) and wreaked more havoc when the start of their Manila tour kicked off.
We all need an occasional escape from reality, and what better way than sinking your teeth into a juicy love triangle romance novel? The love triangle trope not only adds drama and suspense to the classic love story, but also can reveal two different sides to the protagonist’s personality. These seven novels feature love triangles that are poignantly reflective of hard choices, their consequences and the fickleness of fate in life. Are there happy endings at the end of these twisting, turning, journeys of love?
Christine Brae says she thought she could write a book about her life and then run away as far as possible from it.
Not so fast. Six books later, with her recent release of The Year I Left (Vesuvian Books), she is still going strong: a global advertising agency executive by day (and night) and also touching many women through her writing with the same story to tell.
Emmanuelle Chriqui and Adrian Bellani are developing a movie version of Christine Brae’s recently published romance-drama “In This Life,” Variety has learned exclusively.
The Manila International Book Fair is back for the 36th time. Four hundred booths, 200 exhibitors, countless reading possibilities and of course, authors galore. Four authors flown in by National Book Store for MIBF include new adult sensations Colleen Hoover, Tarryn Fisher, and Christine Brae, a New York-based Filipino author writing under a pen name. Young adult author Kiera Cass is also back to promote “The Heir,” the fourth book in “The Selection” series.
On Wednesday, May 29, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., you can meet some of Vesuvian’s top authors in the Librarians’ Lounge (booth 557) and grab some of your first signed copies of the show.
CFO panelists at the virtual CFO Live conference Tuesday discussed the necessities of becoming CFO in the modern workplace, which traits are most vital and how to navigate common early pitfalls.
During a CFO Live virtual event, panelists discussed diversity & inclusion efforts and where CFOs are particularly prized to make a difference.
Chief Financial Officer Anna Gomez shares her journey of creative discovery and how the agency has supported her.
This essay was originally published on LinkedIn.
What can you tell us about your new release, The Year I Left?
My new book, The Year I Left is the story about a woman who loses herself along the path of being a mother and a wife, and the journey she takes to find her way back.
B96 Chicago Interview with JNiice.
Lisa called it “following true love around the world.” Such a fitting description – loved this interview with Lisa. My interview starts at the 14:58 mark.
Meet my co-author, Kristoffer Polaha, and read about his journey to becoming a Romance Author
Want to know the full scoop on why changing my pen name to my real name is so important for this project?
What an HONOR it is to be among this group of amazing women leaders!
How do you start in the mail-room and end up in the CFO’s Office, and how do you hide a career writing best-selling romance novels along the way?
Walking down memory lane with this amazing experience.
Interview with the San Francisco Post on the year I’ve had and the release of Moments Like This.
Interview with Jenny from Writers Bloc about our new release, Moments Like This
Seven Jane from the Nerd Daily finds out more about my summer release, The Light in the Wound