Mom-Me Time with Mary Higgins Clark

“On the Street Where You Live” is the title of Mary Higgins Clark’s novel that I have just read. It is about Emily, a young woman that is haunted by two murders that are closely linked. In seeking to find the link between the murder in her family a hundred and ten years ago and the recent murder, Emily becomes threat to the killer who has chosen her as the next victim.


Good read but it didn’t fascinate me much because I was able to read a novel with almost the same plot as this one…”copycat killer”. But I am glad though that I found the time to finish it last weekend. I seldom find time for myself so reading this novel was one of those precious times I cherish. Once again, it was a great Mom-Me time.

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The 28th National Book Awards

The 28th National Book Awards was held yesterday at the Ayala Museum. The best books in different fields were chosen by prominent judges. The winning books are as follows:

Best Book in Science

Diabetes is BitterSweet: A Guide to Understanding Diabetes
By Estrelita V. Fernando Lopez, MD
Nerissa V. Cinco-Calimon, MD
Florence Amorado-Santos, MD
Best Autobiography/Biography

Afro-Asia in Upheaval: A Memoir of Front-line Reporting
By Amando Doronila
Best Book in the Social Sciences

Competing Views and Strategies on Agrarian Reform
Volume I: International Perspective
Volume II: Philippine Perspective
By Saturnino M. Borras, Jr.
Best Book in the Profession

Sine Gabay: A Film Study Guide
By Nick Deomampo and the Center for New Cinema

Best Book on Art

The Shared Voice: Chanted and Spoken Narratives from the Philippines
By Grace Nono


Best Book on Leisure

Cafe by the Ruins: Memories and Recipes
By Lilliana Llamado, Adelaida Lim and Feliz Perez
Best Book on Poetry
The Gods We Worship Live Next Door
By Bibo A. Realuyo


Best Book in Non-Fiction
Ah, Wilderness! A Journey through Sacred Time
By Simeon Dumdum, Jr.
Best Book in Literary Criticism/Literary History

Our Scene So Fair: Filipino Poetry in English, 1905 to 1955
By Gemino H. Abad
The winner of Best Design
The Philippine Through European Lenses: Late 19th Century
Photographs from the Meerkamp Van Embden Collection
Designed by Karl Frederick M. Castro
Publisher of the Year

This could help if you have plans of buying a great book today.

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