Thursday, April 25, 2013

Mother's Day 2013 Gifts Without Spending

It's a few weeks before Mother's Day and I want to prepare gifts that will not cost me much. I now have a mental list of the Moms I want to send gifts to this May 12.

I want to try the rafflecopter I am seeing on other people's blogs. 

Gift #1

Hugs for Mom Book, Notebook and Bath and Body Works Body Wash


Gift #2

Matching Belt and Purse


Gift #3

Papemelroti Notebook, Zebra Pen, and Post Its


Gift #4

Sexy Time Underwear


Gift #5

A Fan, Reusable Bag, and A Book: "Mothers: Twenty Contemporary Short Stories"


Gift #6

The Healing Garden Waters Scent Cologne, Girly Bangle, Tommy Hilfiger Pouch


Gift #7

Victoria's Secret Ravishing Love Perfume, Avon Glazewear Intense Lip Gloss Rich Rose Shade,
Red Pouch


a Rafflecopter giveaway

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Home Organizing: Decluttering by Giving Them Away

1. We do not have air conditioning at home. And we don't intend to purchase one for many reasons. So owning comforters is useless since they just take up a lot of storage space.

On our wedding, we asked for cash gifts, but we still received traditional wedding gifts such as  matching pillowcase-queen sized bed sheets and comforters.

It took me only an instagram message to a friend living in a Condominium. Good thing she's willing to accept these.

Byebye Microfiber Blanket and Comforter, you've been sitting around here for 5 years.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

A Pregnant Lady Cannot Drink Alcohol

A pregnant lady cannot drink alcohol, so I am wondering why I still have these in my pantry.

Monday, April 22, 2013

Green Baby Care

It is Earth Day, and five years ago today, I took a pregnancy test and learned that I am with Cecilia.

Even if it is seemingly impossible to go green and eco-friendly in raising a baby because of all the conveniences the mall offers, a little planning and teamwork with your caregiver and husband goes a long way:

1. Breastfeed
This was taken when Cecilia was 3 months old in Dakak, Dapitan, Zamboanga Del Norte.

2. Use cloth diapers

I like Bamboo Dappy because it made with bamboo cotton fibers, which is eco-friendly since Bamboo is organic and biodegradable. It has button snaps so this can be used from newborn until your potty training days.

Cloth diapering is difficult at first since laundry schedule has to be carefully planned (instead of simply putting the used diaper in the trash and contribute to our world's landfills). But having even just one cloth diaper, using it when it is dry and laundered, will surely reduce any baby's disposable diaper consumption.

3. Use public transport

This picture was taken on Cecilia's last day of School in First Step Class last March 2013, Miriam College Child Study Center. 

Oh I am just guilty of not using public transport. Our family maintains one car, and we bring Cecilia to and from school using City. This system works for us since the husband works in the nearby school.

4. Think 5 times before buying

Today I took this picture of clothes that don't fit me anymore.

At the start of my pregnancy I always thought of buying new set of underwear, maternity office clothes and preggy dresses.

Good thing until today I have not bought any maternity clothing yet.

I midway in my pregnancy and I have not bought things for the new baby yet - unlike when I was pregnant with Cecilia. I used to visit baby shops every chance I had and get pretty useless things.

I am now sticking to my list of essentials, and I have started asking for used baby gear from friends and family.

5. Use less plastic

Plastic is not fantastic. We read about it everywhere. In fact I have maintained my house to be plastic free (no plastic bags at home)

But how can you not buy the latest Baby Alive Doll, or the new stroller that perfectly carries her baby collection. Or how can you say no to giving her a new set of platuplatuhan?

How much toys does a child need?

I don't really know and I am guilty of mindless buying for her in her early years. But here are a few things I am doing so far:

- Whenever we go out, we tell Cecilia in advance what the trip is for - to buy groceries so she can pick snacks that she wants and not toys. Or we tell her in advance that she can only pick one toy that she wants.
- We remind her of big purchases that she wants, (for example, her bike - and that buying the 50peso plastic toy would mean one more week of waiting for us to get her the new pink barbie bike with basket)

- Keeping her toys out of sight, and rotating the boxes for her use. They may have favorite toys, but old ones, if the child has not seen the set of toy for a while, will gladly play with them again. I keeo these toys in a separate room while she maintains her toy rack in her bedroom.

- I have maintained giving only Cash, or food, or things that I already have as gifts to children. I don't want to add clutter to their homes anyway.

6. Use natural products

A lot of products are claiming they are environmentally friendly, organic, and baby friendly, such as Human Heart Nature. I am a user and reseller of this as well.

7. Co-sleep with your baby

This picture was taken when Cecilia was 5 months old.

Co-sleeping saves electricity.

Just make sure you can still have quality time with your husband by getting a bigger bed (I recommend a King Sized Bed) or putting the baby's crib with you in the room. 

Saturday, April 20, 2013

One Week Menu Plan: April 21 - 27, 2013


Sinigang na Baboy


Chicken Teriyaki


Adobong Pusit




Tinolang Manok


Tokwa't Baboy

Saturday Carbonara

Monday, April 15, 2013

Project 10 Pan Part 3

1. Avon 360 White Toner

I try my best to cleanse-tone-moisturize, but never have consistently done it. I got myself a set of this from Avon, since a lot of people was ordering it from me. I was able to finish it to the last drop but I did not enjoy the sticky feeling it leaves afterwards so I just used it at night when it's not to hot.

2. Avon 360 White Facial Wash

Happy I was able to finish this to the last gram. But will probably not get myself another set of Anew Avon 360 Cleanse-Tone-Moisturize set. First, I don't like the smell ~ probably because I am pregnant. And Second ~ they feel to strong for my skin.

2. Palmer's Massage Cream for Stretchmarks

 I know I'll have stretchmarks but I have to believe these creams will work for me. I love the smell of Palmer's Massage Cream for Stretchmarks.

3.  Contractubex

Whenever mom sees my ugly leg scars from last December, she always mentions how she took care of my legs and constantly reminds me to take care of it after my pregnancy. Yes mom. It has only been 3 months and (I have to believe) that the scars are improving.

4.  Human Heart Nature Day Moisturizer Sunflower and Papaya

I got this from my sister in law's dresser before she left for the States as she was packing. With100ml for a face cream I want to finish, I used it as lotion for the entire body. It feels very light and smooth, but since it's summer and I don't have air conditioning at home, I opted not to use it on my face.

5. The Body Shop Vitamin E Gentle Facial Wash
6. The Body Shop Vitamin E Toner
7. The Body Shop Vitamin E Day Cream
8. The Body Shop Vitamin E Night Cream

I was still planning to use everything because this set feels oh-so-good especially after a long bath. I just chose to use the Avon Anew 360 Set first. But I gave these away to my sister who was having breakouts. I figured, she should try how good this set is for the skin.

She called me and said she's buying a new set for herself since she feels her skin is getting better.

9. Olay Natural White All in One Fairness Day Cream Light

I ike this. It's cheap, it feels light on the skin (even in this summer weather). Will probably buy this once I am finished will all the little bottles and sachets of creams that I have here.

10. Avon  Naturals Body Nourishing Indulgence Strawberry and White Chocolate Hand and Body Lotion

I love the scent, and will never get tired of this Save Purchase from Avon. Finished it to the last gram.

Saturday, April 06, 2013

Recipes: Blueberry Pancakes

Blueberries for 80php
My Sticking Non-Stick Pan (It's the only one I have) ~ wishlist #1 Teflon
My Tool. (Someday I will learn all the names of these tools.)
Attempt #1: Fail
Attempt #2
Attempt #2: Almost there
Attempt #2: Fail (I want my non-stick pan or give me talent!)
Attempt #3 and the succeeding batches: yum!

Monday, April 01, 2013

Books For Sale

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09165016787 - globe
09213702878 - smart

Book List 1 of 4 As of April 24, 2013

1. Stephen Saylor – Catalina’s Riddle
2. Evelyn Rogers – Wanton Slave
3. Hart Crane – The Complete Poems and Selected Letter of Hart Crane
4. Kenneth Grahame – The Golden Age
5. Catherine Coulter – Eleventh Hour
6. Catherine Coulter – The Target
7. Catherine Coulter – The Heir
8. Caleb Carr – The Alienist
9. Nicholas Evans – The Horse Whisperer 1
0. Patricia Potter – Cold Target
11. William J. Caunitz – Exeptional Clearance
12. Shannon Drake – Come the Morning
13. Robins Quivers – Quivers: A Life
14. Stuart Woods – The Short Forever
15. Fit For Life
16. Judy Blume – Summer Sisters
17. James W. Huston – Fallout
18. Marcus Clarke – For the Term of His Natural Life
19. Anne Rivers Siddons – Fault Lines
20. Stephen Coonts – Flight of the Intruder
21. Patricia Potter – The Marshal and the Heiress
22. Jonathan Kellerman – Over the Edge
23. Tom Clancy – The Sum of All Fears
24. Alexandra Ripley – On Leaving Charleston
25. Jacquelyn Mitchard – The Deep End of the Ocean
26. Linda Fairstein – The Deadhouse
27. Betty Mahmoody – Not Without My Daughter
28. Alice Walker – Meridian
29. Robert Macneil – Burden of Desire
30. Richard Blaine – The Tainted Jade
31. Emily Bronte – Wurthering Heights
32. Tony Burton – The Department of Correction
33. Peter Benchley – White Shark
34. Sand County Almanac: With Essays on Conservation from Round River
35. Cherie Bennet – Teen Angels: Heaven Can’t Wait
36. Patrick Robinson – Nimitz Class
37. Robert Goddard – Into the Blue
38. Gregg Hurwitz – Do No Harm
39. Dick Francis – Bolt
40. Jack Higgins – Drink with the Devil
41. Lawrence Sanders – The Anderson Tapes
42. John J. Nance – Skyhook
43. Catherine Mann – Rumors
44. Isabelle Alende – Eva Luna
45. Graham Greene – The Human Factor
46. Coming Back: Rebuilding Lives After Crisis and Loss
47. Lois Lowry – The Giver
48. Jeff Mariotte – Angel: Close to the Ground
49. David Baldacci – Absolute Power
50. What You Need to Know About Ritalin: Get the Facts About the Most Prescribed Pill for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
51. Michael Shaara – The Killer Angels
52. Tom Hyman – The Russian Woman
53. Orania Papazoglou – Charisma
54. Shakespeare – King Lear
55. William Martin – Back Bay
56. Carolyn G. Hart – The Christie Caper
57. Jules Verne – 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
58. Shirlee Busbee – Swear by the Moon
59. Dorothy Cannell – The Thin Woman
60. Hester Browne – The Little Lady in the Big Apple
61. Mary Lynn Baxter – His Touch
62. JRR Tolkien – The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
63. Norma Klein – Naomi in the Middle
64. Irwin Shaw – Beggarman Thief
65. Sue Grafton – L is For Lawless
66. Rosalyn McMilan – This Side of Eternity
67. Sheldon Siegel – Special Circumstances
68. Nicholas Evans – The Loop
69. Robert A Heinlein – Stranger in a Strange Land
70. The Guinness Book of Records 1997
71. A Pocketbook of Short Stories
72. Tom Clancy’s Power Plays – Bio Strike
73. David Baldacci – Last Man Standing
74. David Baldacci – The Simple Truth
75. Hester Browne – The Little Lady Agency
76. Joann Ross – Out of the Blue
77. Belva Plain – Looking Back
78. V.C. Andrews – Dawn
79. Joe Dever – The Dungeons of Torgar
80. Jane Smiley – A Thousand Acres
81. David Hagberg – Terminator 3 Rise of the Machines
82. John Grisham – A Time to Kill
83. Kay McMahon – Love’s Desperate Deceit
84. Anonymous – Two
85. Isabelle Allende – Of Love and Shadows
86. Karen Sandler – Unforgettable
87. Stephen Coonts – Under Seige
88. Julia Quinn – Mt. Cavendish, I Presume
89. The Complete Book of Vitamin Cures
90. Juliana Garnett – The Knight
91. Bette Ford – Forever After
92. Anonymous – You
93. Tom Clancy’s Power Plays – Cutting Edge
94. John Vornholt – Star Trek The Next Generation Genesis Force
95. Michael Jan Friedman - Star Trek The Next Generation Reunion
96. Katherine Vickery – Tame the Wild Wind
97. Luanne Rice – Firefly Beach
98. Good News for Modern Man: The New Testament in Today’s English Version 99. How to be Your Own Nutritionist
100. Isak Dinesen – Out of Africa and Shadows on the Grass

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Book List 2 of 4 As of April 24, 2013

1. Marian Keyes – Sushi For Beginners
2. Amanda Quick – Seduction
3. Anastasia Alvez – Follow That Dream (A Filipina in London)
4. Piers Paul Read – Alive: The Story of the Andes Suvivors
5. Astrology: Health and Prosperity
6. Shakespeare – Macbeth
7. Jack Higgins – On Dangerous Ground
8. Janice L. Dennie – Moon Goddess: Queen of Sheba
9. Julia Quinn – The Lost Duke of Wyndham
10. Stephen J. Cannell – Riding the Snake
11. The Man in the Mirror: Solving the 24 Problems Men Face
12. Who is This Man Jesus: The Complete Story of the Life of Jesus Christ
13. Michael Crichton – Jurrasic Park
14. Ridley Pearson – Chain of Evidence
15. Sara Flanigan – Alice
16. Morris L. West – The Ambassador
17. Rebecca Brandewyne – Love is Murder
18. Arnaud de Borchgrave – The Spike
19. Karen Young – Having His Baby
20. An Astrological Mandala: The Cycle of Transformations and its 360 Symbolic Phases: A reintertrepation of the Sabian Symbols. Presenting them as a contemporary American I Ching
21. Barbara Raskin – Hot Flashes
22. D.M.Thomas – The White Hotel
23. James Lee Burke – Black Cherry Blues
24. Susan Isaacs – Long Time No See
25. Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus – Citizen Girl
26. Cynthia Voight – On Fortune’s Wheel
27. Rosamunde Pilcher – The Shell Seekers
28. Len Deighton – Spy Hook
29. Nicholas Evans – The Smoke Jumper
30. Erica Jong – How to Save Your Own Life
31. Frances Hodgson Burnett – A Little Princess
32. Lawrence Sanders – McNally’s Gamble
33. The Natural Way of Healing Asthma andAllergies
34. Tori Phillips – Fool’s Paradise
35. Shakespeare – Hamlet
36. Pierce Anthony – Heaven Cent
37. Judy Blume – Summer Sisters
38. Lisa Alther – Bedrock
39. Robert B. Parker – Mortal Stakes
40. Whitley Strieber – Communion: A True Story
41. Catherine Creel – Captive Flame
42. Nora Roberts – The Reef
43. Michael Phillips – Shadows Over Stonewycke
44. Josephn Wambaugh – The Black Marble
45. Anonymous – Us46. Alvin Toffler – Future Shock
47. Douglas Preston – Reliquary
48. James R. Reeves – Mekong!
49. Facing Alzeihmer’s: Family Caregivers Speak
50. James W. Hall – Undercover of Daylight
51. Barbara Kaye – A Heart Divided
52. Robertson Davies – The Manticore
53. Mary Higgins Clark – Moonlight Becomes You
54. Stephen Bury – The Cobweb
55. Roberta Gayle – Bouquet: A Delightful Collection of Mother’s Day Romances
56. Nora Roberts – The Villa (HB)
57. Danielle Steel – The Long Road Home (HB)
58. Anna Quindlen – Blessings (HB)
59. Tom Clancy – Executive Orders (HB)
60. Catherine Coulter – The Maze (HB)
61. Peter Straub – Houses Without Doors (HB)
62. Lisa Zeidner – The Layover (HB)
63. Danielle Steel – Vanished (HB)
64. Alexandra Ripley – Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind (HB)
65. Jeffrey Archer – As the Crow Flies (HB)
66. Faye Kellerman – Street Dreams (HB)
67. David Baldacci – Last Man Standing (HB)
68. Danielle Steel – Zoya (HB)
69. Cindy Eppes – South of Reason (HB)
70. Scott Turrow – The Laws of Our Fathers (HB)
71. Scott Turrow – The Laws of Our Fathers (HB)
72. Nora Roberts – Midnight Bayou (HB)
73. Diane Duane – Star Trek The Next Generation: Dark Mirror (HB)
74. Sharon Creech – Bloomability (HB)
75. Patricia Cornwell – Black Notice (HB)
76. Mary Higgins Clark – My Gal Sunday: Stories Featuring her new husband-and-wife team of sleuths (HB)
77. Fern Michaels – Texas Rich (HB)
78. Fern Michaels – Texas Heat (HB)
79. Oscar Hijuelos – Mr. Ives’ Christmas (HB)
80. Non Fiction: Healing Wonders of Diet: Effective Guide to Diet Therapy (HB)
81. Patricia Cornwell – Cause of Death (HB)
82. Mary Higgins Clark – Three Complete Novels: Weep Np More, My Lady; Stillwatch; A Cry in the Night (HB)
83. Mary Higgins Clark – My Gal Sunday: Stories Featuring her new husband-and-wife team of sleuths (HB)
84. Clive Cussler – Shock Wave (HB)
85. MargaretMaron – Slow Dollar (HB)
86. Danielle Steel – Jewels (HB)
87. Nancy J. Jones – Molly (HB)
88. Ed Ifkovic – Lone Star (HB)
89. Anita Shreve – All he Ever Wanted (HB)
90. Manda Scott – Dreaming the Eagle (HB)
91. Robert James Waller – Puerto Vallarta Squeeze (HB)
92. Stephen Coonts – The Red Horseman (HB)
93. J.F. Freedman – Key Witness (HB)
94. Anna Quindlen – Blessings (HB)
95. Lawrence Sanders – McNally’s Caper (HB)
96. Lynn V. Andrews – Crystal Woman (HB)
97. Barry Jay Kaplan – Biscayne (HB)
98. Paulette Jiles – Enemy Women (HB)
99. Jonathan Kellerman – Monster (HB)
100. Ira Levin – Son of Rosemary (HB)

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Book List 3 of 4 As of April 24, 2013

1. Danielle Steel – Heartbeat (HB)
2. Judy Blume – Summer Sisters (HB)
3. Eric V. Lustbader – Angel Eyes (HB)
4. Danielle Steel – The Ranch (HB)
5. Danielle Steel – Malice (HB)
6. Gary Jennings – Aztec Autumn (HB)
7. Non Fiction: P.J. O’Rouke on The Wealth of Nations: Books that Changed the World (HB)
8. Danielle Steel – The Long Road Home (HB)
9. Danielle Steel – Wings (HB)
10. Jonathan Ryder – Trevayne (HB)
11. Michael Connelly – A Darkness More Than Night (HB)
12. John Berendt – Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (HB)
13. Joan Hess – Miracles in Maggody: An Arly Hanks Mystery (HB)
14. Andrew M. Greeley – Irish Gold (HB)
15. Danielle Steel – Zoya (HB)
16. Mary Higgins Clark – I’ll Be Seeing You (HB)
17. Judith Michael – Sleeping Beauty (HB)
18. Robin Cook – Toxin (HB)
19. Tony Hillerman – The First Eagle (HB)
20. Non Fiction: Cam Marston – Motivating the What’s in It For Me Workforce: Manage Across the Generational Divide and Increase Profits (HB)
21. Rebecca Wells – Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
22. Rebecca Wells – Little Altars Everywhere
23. Arthur Miller - The Crucible
24. Women and Self-Esteem – Understanding and Improving the Way We Think and Feel About Ourselves
25. David Guterson – The Country Ahead of Us, the Country Behind
26. Sharon Oard Warner – Deep in the Heart
27. Fred H. Holmes - Electronic (Soft-Tip) Darts: The American Dart Revolution
28. Ursula Hegi – Stones from the River
29. Ruth Prawer Jhabvala – Out of India: Selected Stories
30. Narita Gonzales (editor) – The Writer’s Wives
31. Sweet Valley Twins and Friends Super Chiller The Christmas Ghost
32. Sweet Valley Twins 3 The Haunted House
33. Laurence Perrine – Sound and Sense: An Introduction to Poetry Seventh Edition
34. Rica Bolipata-Santos – Love, Desire, Children, Etc.: Reflections of a Young Wife
35. Danie Defoe – Robinson Crusoe
36. Domenick Caruso and Stephen Weidenborner - Reading, Responding and Writing: Short Essays and Stories for Composition Second Edition
37. Marguerite Duras – The Lover
38. Michael Frayn – Headlong
39. Ralph Waldo Emerson – Self Reliance and Other Essays
40. Laurence Yep – Child of the Owl
41. Jonathan Harr – A Civil Action
42. Robert Lyn Asprin – Shadows of Sanctuary
43. Sheri S. Tepper – Beauty
44. Nancy Fisher – Special Treatment
45. Joseph Wambaugh – Echoes in the Darkness
46. Anita Shreve – Sea Glass
47. Jane Smiley – A Thousand Acres
48. Janette Oke – Love’s Enduring Promise
49. John Edgar Wideman (editor) The Best American Short Strories 1996
50. Geeta Kothari – Did My Mama Like to Dance? And Other Short Stories About Mothers and Daughters
51. Pat Barker – Another World
52. Yehuda Nir – The Lost Childhood
53. Steven Schwartz – Therapy
54. Mona Simpson – Anywhere But Here
55. Bill Gates – The Road Ahead
56. Alice Walker – Revolutionary Petunias and Other Poems
57. Roy Hudd’s Huddlines Annual Compiled by Tony Hare
58. Olivia Goldsmith – Dumping Billy
59. William MacDonald – The Gospel of John
60. New Directions 55: An International Anthology of Prose and Poetry
61. Steve Van Matre and Bill Weiler – The Earth Speaks
62. Pat Collins – Intimacy and the Hungers of the Heart
63. Joyce Carol Oates – We Were the Mulvaneys
64. Stories From a Ming Collection: The Art of the Chinese Storyteller
65. On Becoming Baby Wise: Learn How Over 500,000 Babies Were Trained t Sleep Through the Night The Natural Way
66. Chris Bohjalian – Midwives
67. Sue Miller – While I Was Gone
68. Marianne Wiggins – John Dollar
69. Michael C. Perkins – A Cool Billion
70. Danny Senna – Caucasia
71. James Frey – A Million Little Pieces
72. David Guterson – East of the Mountains
73. The World’s Wealthiest Losers
74. The World’s Greatest Hollywood Scandals
75. Michel Quoist – Prayers
76. Morag Prunty – Recipes for a Perfect Marriage
77. Herman Melville – Moby-Dick
78. Toni Morrison – Beloved
79. Eric Gamalinda – Peripheral Vision
80. Billie Letts – Shoot the Moon
81. David Lindsey – The Face of the Assassin
82. Bebe Moore Campbell – Sweet Summer: Growing Up Without My Dad
83. Anita Shreve – Fortune’s Rocks
84. Shakespeare – Romeo and Juliet
85. Esi Edugyan – The Second Life of Samuel Tyne
86. Adele Lang – Confessions of a Sociopathic Social Climber
87. Chinese Proverbs
88. Edmond Taylor – Richer by Asia
89. Matthew Arnold – The Nostalgia of Classicism
90. Carole Howey – Steal Me, Sweet Thief
91. David Ebershoff – The Danish Girl
92. Roberto G. Fernandez – Raining Backwards
93. Margaret Atwood – The Handmaid’s Tale
94. Mary Wings – She Came Too Late
95. Patricia Wentworth – She Came Back
96. Spiros Zodhiates – What About Divorce
97. Beauty for Ashes: Remembering Maningning
98. Hannah MacDonald – The Sun Road
99. Henry Gilbert – Robin Hood
100. Jane Hamilton – A Map of the World

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Book List 4 of 4As of April 24 2013

1. The Best American Short Stories of the Eighties
2. HIV Disease, Lesbians, Gays and the Social Services
3. Jim Lehrer – Purple Dots
4. John Casey – Spartina
5. James Redfield - The Celestine Prophecy: An Experiential Guide
6. Beyond the Grave: The Right Way and the Wrong Way of Leaving Money to Your Children (and Others)
7. Anatomy of An Illness as Perceived by the Patient: Reflections on Healing and Regeneration
8. Stefanie Marlis – Fine
9. Danton Remoto – Skin Voices Faces Poems
10. Take Up Rock Climbing
11. Story: Short Stories
12. Bradshaw on: The Family: A Revolutionary Way of Self-Discovery
13. Text From the Heart
14. Stephen E. Ambrose – Undaunted Courage: Meriwether ewis, Thomas Jefferson and the Opening of the American West
15. Rudolfo Anaya – Bless Me, Ultima
16. Earl A. Grollman – Living When a Loved One Has Died
17. Mark Medoff – Children of a Lesser God: A Play in Two Acts
18. The Best American Essays 1995, Edited by Jamaica Kincaid
19. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Project Management
20. Slow Hand: Women Writing Er0tica edited by Michele Slung
21. Megan Sybil Baker – Gabriel’s Ghost
22. 2500 Anecdotes for All Occassions: An Invaluable Aid to Speakers, Toastmasters, Speechwriters, Teachers, Storytellers, Entertainers edited by Edmund Fuller
23. Robb Forman Dew – Dale Loves Sophie to Death
24. Jack Batten – Mind Over Murder: DNA and Other Forensic Adventures
25. John Cleland’s Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure: Fanny Hill: unexpurgated
26. R.L. Stine Goosebumps: Let’s Get Invisible
27. Top 10 Everything Food Lists: Your Utimate Guide to Good Food in Metro Manila
28. Loraine Despres – The Scandalous Summer of Sissy Leblanc
29. Handbook of Scriptures to Grow on: Selected BibleVerses to Equip You for Everyday Living
30. Ian Smith – The Blackbird Papers
31. Robert Louis Stevenson – Treasure Island
32. Sweet Valley Twins 2: Teacher’s Pet
33. Virginia Woolf – Mrs. Dalloway
34. Bernard Cornwell – Sharpe’s Trafalgar Spain 1805
35. Robert Olmstead – River Dogs
36. Iyanla Vanzant – Yesterday, I Cried: Celebrating Lessons of Living and Loving
37. Howard Roughan – The Promise of a Lie
38. How to Identify Plants – HD Harrington
39. Thomas Moore – Care for the Soul: A Guide for Cultivating Depth and Sacredness of Everyday Life
40. Parkinson’s Disease: The Complete Guide for Patients and Caregivers
41. William O’Callaghan – Great Balls of Fire: Or How I Grew to Love Rock and Roll Under the Shadow of the A-Bomb
42. Simon and Schuster’s Guide to Shells
43. I Do or I Die: RJ Ledesma’s Imaginary Guide to Getting Married and Other Man-Made Disasters as Told to Him by His Yaya
44. Grit Laskin – Angel Could Smell The Fire
45. Er0tic Interludes edited by Lonnie Barbach
46. Jill Briscoe and judy Golz – Against the Odds: How God Can Intervene in Difficult Relationships
47. Julie Garwood – Heartbreaker
48. Autumn Stephens - Wild Women: Crusaders, Curmudgeons and Completely Corsetless Ladies in the Otherwise Virtuous Victorian Era
49. Sweet Valley Twins 14: Tug of War
50. Joe Kane – Running the Amazon
51. Ladies Home Er0tica: The Kensington Ladies’ Er0tica Society
52. Edited by Rlando Tolentino and Luna Sicat – Relasyon
53. Forrest Carter – The Education of Little Tree
54. Elizabeth Berg – What We Keep
55. David Israelson – Silent Earth: The Politics of Our Survival
56. Francesca Lia Block – I Was a Teenage Fairy
57. Lualhati Bautista – Buwan, Buwan, Hulugan mo ako ng Sundang Dalawang Dekada ng Maiikling Kwento
58. Barbara Kingsolver – Animal Dreams
59. World Amanac and Book of Facts 1997
60. Howard Hendricks – Heaven Help the Home!: A Handbook for Successful Family Living
61. Patrick O’Brian – Master and Commander
62. Marcel Proust – Du Cote De Chez Swann
63. Queena Lee – Eureka! Thoughts on Math
64. Ang Bagong Tipan ng Magandang Balita Biblia Tagalog Version New Testament
65. Kate Simon – Bronx Primitive
66. Before You Conceive – The Complete Pre-Pregnancy Guide
67. Mary Ann Mayo – Woman by God’s Design (Popular Misconceptions about Sexulity, Medica Information on Everyday Physical Concerns, Enhancing S3xual Intimacy in Marriage, Nurturing Healthy Family Relationships)
68. Liwayway Arceo – Canal Dela Reina
69. White Oleander - Janet Fitch
70. Wendelin Van Draanen – Sammy Keyes and the Curse of Moustache Mary
71. Pregnant and Lovin’ It
72. David Guterson - The Country Ahead Of Us, the Country Behind
73. Marie Curie’s Search for Radium – Science Story
74. Ron Willingham - Integrity Selling: How to Succeed in Selling in the Competitive Years Ahead

75. Dr. Spock’s Baby and Child Care 10th Edition
76. Malictionary: A Compilation of Often Misused, Mispronunced, Misspelled and Misunderstood Words and Expressions by the Filipino and Other Curious Trivia.
77. Bridget Boland – Gardener’s Magic and Other Old Wives’ Lore
78. Nancy Larrick – A Parent’s Guide to Children’s Reading
79. Arthur Zaidenberg – How To Paint
80. Theosphical Digest – 4th Quarter 1994
81. Theresa and Frank Caplan – The Early Childhood Years: The 2 t 6 Year Old
82. How to Discipline with Love (From Crib to College)
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