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Viva launches book on celebrities

VRJ Books, the new publishing label of VIVA Communications, Inc., launched the book Conversations Pa More with Ricky Lo.

The book is a collection of classic interviews with over 60 stars including Kris Aquino, Alden Richards, Maine Mendoza, Piolo Pascual, Sam Milby, Dingdong Dantes, Marian Rivera, Heart Evangelista, Luis Manzano, and Robin Padilla. The interviews were culled from the popular “Conversations” newspaper column in Philippine Star. Behind the interviews is veteran entertainment journalist Ricky Lo, who is well loved and highly regarded by celebrities and highly respected by readers.

“Conversation with Ricky Lo” offers colorful, juicy, and revealing time capsules of some unforgettable milestones in Philippine showbiz

Conversations Pa More With Ricky Lo offers colorful, juicy, and revealing time capsules not only of the public and private lives of the featured celebrities but also of some unforgettable milestones in Philippine showbiz. The book comes with several previously unreleased exclusive photos. It is now available at National Bookstore and Powerbooks stores nationwide.

VRJ Books is one of the newest publishing labels in the country. It will specialize in celebrity-oriented titles anchored on VIVA Communications, Inc.’s vast pool of artists as well as other showbiz personalities. 

Scheduled for release as well is a biography of Wenn Deramas, whose last project the blockbuster director completed before his untimely death in late February. Also in the pipeline is the first lifestyle-oriented book from young superstars and reel- and real-life couple, James Reid and Nadine Lustre. 

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