“What does it matter if I don’t know how to cook, sew, or clean the house?
I can hire someone to do all those for us. I’ll make him want me, obsess about me.”
– Anne, Of Heads and Hearts in the Metro
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When jealousy overcomes her and she wounds the man she has fallen for, Zara Castillo seeks answers from her past loves—only to find that the remedy to her fears lies closer to home.
The friendship of four Filipinas is tested when Jazmine Abaya, a foundation worker in Manila struggling to make ends meet, grapples with the consequences of an unplanned pregnancy and contends with the father, who refuses to take responsibility.
(Work in Progress)
When Laine needs to travel to the U.S. for a grant proposal, Vivian, her mother, jumps at the chance to travel with Laine and visit her close friend, Evelyn, in Virginia during the spring.
For you awesome readers and supporters, I’m celebrating the anniversary of Of Heads and Hearts in the Metro with a paperback giveaway! It’s not everyday a book baby of yours turns one… so I’m sending all my love, especially during this particular time of the year, to you guys. Please join! Here’s how it’ll […]
I joined a bookstore tour in Singapore in November last year. Super late post! Entitled The Independent Bookstore Strikes Back, the tour was an event in the Singapore Writers Festival. What I found particularly novel (as a foreigner) was that it involved niche bookstores spanning across varied cultures, namely Malay, Chinese, and Indian. There were also a couple of bookstores […]
So excited to complete the final stretch of editing for my second book. Woohoo! But before that, here is a call for beta readers for Of Heads and Hearts: Throwing Rules to the Wind! Please leave a reply below or send me a message here if you’re interested. I will highly appreciate the help. I hope to get […]
Thessa Lim is a Filipina writer of new adult fiction for women. With her lighthearted novels, she hopes to inspire young women with stories about friendship, family, and love.