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In 2006, we wrote our first book, Perfect Proposals: Popping the Question the Pinoy Way, designing it to be an e-book chockful of wedding proposal ideas, wedding proposal scheduling, wedding proposal advice, and wedding proposal tips. We published it in e-book format, but didn’t push through with our print plans — until now.

Perfect Proposals: Popping the Question the Pinoy Way is a Filipino wedding proposal book that contains practical and valuable advice on developing a wedding proposal that is tailor-made for your romantic partner. Get great information on:

* Making sure you are ready for marriage
* Asking your future in-laws for their daughter’s hand in marriage
* Developing your own creative, unique wedding proposal, including setting the budget and finding the right ring
* Organizing the proposal itself, with dozens of helpful hints on location, assistance, and finding the right suppliers

Full of thought-provoking questions and written in an easy-to-read, witty style, Perfect Proposals: Popping the Question the Pinoy Way is the perfect resource material for any Filipino man seeking to make the perfect wedding proposal.

We’re therefore issuing a call for Filipino proposal stories for inclusion in the book! (We issued an initial call, and all the stories shortlisted from the initial call will be included in the book.) However, we are issuing the call again to allow other couples to participate in the book. Your unique, romantic proposals deserve space in this book! Share the love! We’re inviting all engaged and married men and women to submit their unique proposal stories for inclusion in Perfect Proposals.

It’s your story, so how you choose to tell it is up to you! Please try to keep it as detailed as possible, though: include dates and places, food choices, and whatever additional information you feel appropriate.

Submissions may be emailed to ganns@gannsdeen.com. Each text-only (no Word documents, please) submission should be 500 words or less, subject to editing. Accompany the submission with your name, email address, landline contact number (daytime and nighttime), and mobile number.

The senders of selected proposals will be informed via email of their proposal’s inclusion in the book. A picture of the couple may be required for publishing as well. Senders of selected proposals will be invited to the book launch, where each sender gets a free copy of the book.

Our target launch date for the book is May 2014, just in time for the June wedding fairs!

Please feel free to pass this information around to people who you know have had fantastic proposals. Share the love!