Monday, February 01, 2016

Book Launch: Don't Forget the Parsley by Marie Claire Lim Moore

There's another book signing tour coming your way, PH readers!
The great thing about it is that the author is a proud Filipina. Know more about her book Don't Forget the Parsley below. Personally, the book seems very relatable and it's something that would definitely stick with you. I can't wait to get my hands on this one. I am happy that more and more Filipinos are in the book community.

Don't Forget the Parsley: And More from My Positively Filipino Family 
(Don't Forget the Soap Book 2)
Publication Date: February 10, 2016 
Buy: Amazon

Marie Claire Lim Moore builds on her first memoir, Don’t Forget the Soap, offering more entertaining stories about her family in this follow up. Like her first book, Don’t Forget the Parsley is a collection of anecdotes from different points in Claire’s life: stories from her second-generation immigrant childhood in Vancouver and New York City mix with recent expat experiences in Singapore and Hong Kong where she balances multiple roles as wife and mother, corporate executive and author. Her positively Filipino parents continue to have a big influence on her whether it comes to managing family and career, meeting heads of state and world leaders or simply making new friends. 

From stray observations (everything is funnier at church) and midnight anxieties (if Jessica Simpson gets to go to the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, why shouldn’t I?) to life mantras (don’t let perfection hold you back) and litmus tests (would you serve drinks at my mother’s art show?), Claire’s warm and honest storytelling will resonate with readers and leave them smiling.

Please join Marie as she will have her book launch and signing at Fully Booked. See you all there!

About Marie Claire Lim Moore:

Marie Claire Lim Moore is a Filipina-Canadian-American working mother and author of Don't Forget the Soap. After spending the early part of her childhood in Vancouver, Claire moved to New York City and attended the United Nations International School. She went on to study at Yale, climb the corporate ladder at Citi and travel around the world.


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