Tag: jay e. tria

  • Teaser : #rcu

    Teaser : #rcu

    #RomanceClass has been cooking something up for you! Here’s the teaser for the film project based on three romance books: A Song to Get Over You by Jay E. Tria What Kind of Day by Mina V. Esguerra Beginner’s Guide by Six de los Reyes Directed by Tara Frejas || Edited by Chi Yu Rodriguez || […]

  • Interview 04 – Jay E. Tria (author, “Songs of Our Breakup”)

    Interview 04 – Jay E. Tria (author, “Songs of Our Breakup”)

    We interview Ms. Jay E. Tria, the author of the romance book Songs of Our Breakup, an excerpt of which is up on our #RomanceClass podcast.

    Jay is inspired by daydreams, celebrity crushes, a childhood fascination of Japanese drama and manga, and an incessant itch to travel. She writes contemporary young adult and new adult romance. Sometimes, paranormal fantasy too. Visit her website at jayetria.com.

    Contact Jay E. Tria
    Twitter: @tellytabachoy
    Instagram: @jayetria

    Buy the author’s books on Gumroad.

    Buy the album here.

  • Episode 04 – Songs of Our Breakup by Jay E. Tria

    Episode 04 – Songs of Our Breakup by Jay E. Tria

    In this episode:
    Gio Gahol is Shinta
    Rachel Coates is Jill

    Get the book on Amazon
    Order the print edition (Philippines)

    Book description:

    Every breakup has its playlist.

    How do you get over a seven-year relationship? 21-year-old Jill is trying to find out. But moving on is a harder job when Kim, her ex-boyfriend, is the lead guitarist of the band, and Jill is the vocalist. Every song they play together feels like slicing open a barely healed tattoo.

    Jill’s best friend Miki says she will be out of this gloom soon. Breakups have a probation period, he says. Jill is on the last month of hers and Miki is patiently keeping her company.

    But the real silver lining is Shinta. Having a hot Japanese actor friend in times like these is a welcome distraction. This gorgeous celebrity has been defying time zones and distance through the years to be there for Jill. Now he is here, physically present, and together he and Jill go through old lyrics, vivid memories, walks in the rain, and bottles of beer. Together they try to answer the question: what do you do when forever ends?

    Contact author Jay E. Tria

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