The Backlist Revival Blog Tour: All’s Fair in Blog and War by Chrissie Peria

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Five Cuevas @5travels

Three guesses to where I’m going next. Starts with an M. Ends with a U. Has a lechon named after it. #travel

Travel blogger Five thinks she has hit the jackpot when the Macau Tourism Board  invites her over for an all-expense- paid blogger tour in exchange for blogging about Macau. But while she happily signs up for the trip, she didn’t sign up to be travel buddies with the infuriating Jesse. Will her dream  vacation turn into a nightmare junket? Or will falling in love be on the itinerary?

WINNER, Best Romance in English
2014  Filipino Readers’ Choice Awards

What readers are saying about All’s Fair in Blog and War:

 “The ingenious idea of incorporating blogging goes to show how powerful social media is in sending a message of love, and the essence of travel makes the reading experience all the more enjoyable.”

– 2014  Filipino Readers’ Choice Awards

 …All’s Fair in Blog and War really works.  It’s the kind  you’d want to read on a trip, or the kind  you’d recommend to a friend who’s going on a trip (I did that), or the kind  you’d recommend to a friend who’s looking for a light read (I also did this).”

– Tina Matanguihan, One More Page

“With its engaging characters, charming settings, and easy-to-root-for romance, “All’s Fair in Blog and War” is a great read for those looking for romance with a dash of travel.”

– Ronald Lim, Manila Bulletin

 “#Verdict — It’s a fun, fluffy, sweet literary getaway!”

-Meann Ortiz, The Girl Who Read and Other Stories

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Book Availability:

All’s Fair in Blog and War is an independently published work. While it is available in print, it isn’t sold in brick and mortar bookstores. Here’s the list of available book formats and where you can get them.




Philippine Edition

Available exclusively through the author’s website:

International Edition

Book Depository:

Other stories by Chrissie Peria:

The Kitchen When It Sizzles

A steamy New Adult romance published by Anvil Publishing’s Spark Books imprint. Locally available at National Bookstore and Powerbooks.


2015  Filipino Readers’ Choice Awards
Best Romance in English

(International + Local Edition covers)

Sitting in a Tree

A short story included in the YA Anthology, Stories from Luna East Arts Academy. Published in the Philippines by Anvil Publishing. The anthology is available at National Bookstore and Powerbooks.

The Boy Who Fell

A Sitting in a Tree spin-off story, currently published in its entirety on Wattpad.

The Last Night of Her Wake

A dark short story steeped in Filipino lower mythology and culture. First published as part of the #StrangeLit speculative fiction ebook bundle from

All I Want for Christmas

Hot Like This

Two seasonal romance short stories co-written with Chris Mariano and Miles Tan. Both available as e-short stories on Amazon.

About the Author:

When not obsessing over fictional people doing fictional things, Chrissie chases  after a tiny human, a curly-haired dog, bacon,  and all the sleep she has lost over the years.

An advertising copywriter in her past life, she now spends most of  her time writing, cooking,  and guzzling coffee. She has two dreams: to write more  books  and to teach her daughter to eat vegetables.

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