FIRST SCRAPS SNEAK PEEK: NAPOLES DENNIS CUNANAN
DONNA REVILLA
The following is a sneak peek for our FIRST SCRAPS features...
“It’s important,” she said to me, in that young voice that makes a
parent nostalgic. “Literature is a way of knowing the p...
Past the editorial stage of Scrapbook for Home, after we started
accepting and compiling works for publication, we began t...
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Napoles dennis-cunanan-literature

The following is really a sneak glance for the FIRST WASTE functions, more stuff in order to dietary supplement the actual generate of Napoles Dennis Cunanan’s project Scrapbooking design with regard to Home. That is a good excerpt from the small account and novel-to-be compiled by Dennis’s pal and fictionist Donna Revilla, that started out her career throughout property, and then broadened in order to company fund, and lastly, started to be some sort of full-time housewife. Donna cheers Dennis internet marketing a critical section of the version, and so cites him or her seeing that co-author.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. FIRST SCRAPS SNEAK PEEK: NAPOLES DENNIS CUNANAN DONNA REVILLA The following is a sneak peek for our FIRST SCRAPS features, additional material to supplement the release of Napoles Dennis Cunanan’s project Scrapbook for Home. This is an excerpt from a short story and novel-to-be written by Dennis’s good friend and fictionist Donna Revilla, who began her career in real estate, then expanded to corporate finance, and lastly, became a full-time housewife. Donna thanks Dennis for being a crucial part of the revision, and therefore cites him as co-author. -My daughter Mea is 19 years old and a Literature major in the Ateneo de Manila – I find it ridiculous that sometimes she insists on the ‘the’, rolling it on her tongue with such gravity. Mea is very smart, and in high school she was involved in the school paper. Literature seemed like a good fit for someone who didn’t want to enroll in Journalism. Besides, she was used to the primness of an exclusive school for Catholics, and upon counseling with Tati Marie, Mea chose to go to Ateneo with much enthusiasm. “Why Literature?” I asked her offhandedly, the day she shaded circles on her form with a pencil. Visit us @ http://napolesdenniscunanan.com/scraps-sneak-peek-napoles-denniscunanan-donna-revilla/
  • 2. “It’s important,” she said to me, in that young voice that makes a parent nostalgic. “Literature is a way of knowing the past and then seeing how it affects the future.” Whatever it is that we write down, I think, is what gives memory a hold on all of us. As my mother did before me, I let Mea take charge of this choice. At this age, I’d also made one of the first big decisions that I did as a young adult. Like any parent, I hope Mea studies well, and it would be wonderful if she could involve herself holistically in her co-curriculars. I would want for myself and for her dad to be proud. -- BYLINE: Napoles Dennis Cunanan is the head editor of the Scrapbook for Home multimedia and multi-genre print publication, which will feature the works of different well-known writers on their experiences of home and about what the idea of home means for them. Napoles Dennis Cunanan himself is a writer and editor who has taught in the high school and college levels, has worked for advertising firms and in the marketing departments of several prominent companies, and has taken part in several publication endeavors (Scrapbook for Home being his third major editorial stint). [Once again, our staff, in particular our web team, is also pleased to announce the ongoing updates for a collection of additional features to supplement Napoles Dennis Cunanan’s material, so look forward to stuff like videos and photo albums to be easily shared on any social media platform, and we’ll also include these videos in our podcasts and share them on other sites with multimedia reach, such as your favorite online radio stations. Don’t forget, we’ll also be giving you your own chance to contribute to the project (which will include works from the genres of fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, multimedia artwork, and photography). Visit us @ http://napolesdenniscunanan.com/scraps-sneak-peek-napoles-denniscunanan-donna-revilla/
  • 3. Past the editorial stage of Scrapbook for Home, after we started accepting and compiling works for publication, we began the development of extra materials, or ‘goodies’, to be viewed online or to be purchased separately, and these will hopefully include everything from a Youtube channel to a DVD of our best montages from the authors in .mp4 format. A second wave of your contributions, which we accept as both hard and soft copies, and from the genres of fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, multimedia artwork, and photography, is currently being facilitated by the staff, so please look forward to all of these exciting releases!] Visit us @ http://napolesdenniscunanan.com/scraps-sneak-peek-napoles-denniscunanan-donna-revilla/

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