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‘Young Blood 4’ set for launch


Young Blood is back in book form, and it’s bigger than ever as Inquirer Books launches the fourth volume in the best-selling Young Blood series. Edited by Ruel S. De Vera, Rosario A. Garcellano, Pam Pastor and Javier Vicente D. Rufino, “Young Blood 4” gathers 65 selected pieces that appeared in this space from 2005 to 2011. It will also be the first Young Blood book to be made available as an e-book. The book will be launched at 4 p.m. on Jan. 27, Sunday, at National Book Store Glorietta 1, Makati City. The following contributors are invited to attend and receive their copies of the book. Please RSVP Ms Bianca Kasilag, Tel No. 897-8808 local 352 or e-mail: bkasilag@inquirer.com.ph. All previously published Young Blood contributors are invited to celebrate this milestone.

Paula Abjelina

Clarisse Espiritu Albia

Ana Kristina Macasaet Arce

Dimitri Asuncion

Micca Basco

Rosita Alyssa M. Baua

Luis R. Buenaventura III

Sharon Michelle L. Buhatin

Carrie

Marc T.D. Cebreros

Paolo Chikiamco

Crispy

Froila Marie Deniega

Artel Decosta

Mary Tyrene L. Delgado

Doni

Kim Boysie A. Enage

Boom Enriquez

Aileen Estoquia

Enzo Flojo

Pauline Marie Roque Gairanod

Roger Fantonial Garcia

Justin S. Gatuslao

Joie Go

Mark Anthony Goroy

Froilan Grate

Paolo L. Guiñabo

Thaddeus C. Hinunangan

Antoinette H. Jadaone

Bro. Nilo A. Lardizabal, OP

Samantha Gail B. Lucas

Consuelo Maria G. Lucero

Patricia G. Malong

Tish Martinez

Ralph Reuben C. Morales

Paolo Luis Montecillo

Ruth Mostrales

Nice-Nice

Nickie Ner

Patricia Palea Orjalo

Nico Ordoñez

Jacqueline Ortega

Mong Palatino

Pamela

Tina Pastelero

Irene Andrea C. Perez

Nicole Perreras

Dr. Alex U. Pisig

Boy Positibo

Raymund Raposa

Ma. Socorro Carizza G. Ricarte

Jessica Marie Robredo

Dyqa Gregorio Rogel

Jenny Santi

Chinky Dane C. Seraspi

Katie Sy

Yvette Tan

Karen Tapawan

Melissa C. Tipoe

Nivea Urdas

Sasha Lim Uy

Carmel Valencia

Williams

Eljohn Yee


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