Book industry in the Philippines then is a lethargic industry wherein Filipinos then are not much inclined on reading books and less intelligent on digesting the contents of a non-fictional books and most aspiring Filipino writers then have no financial capability to publish their own ideas or their own books because of the high cost of publishing one.
But nowadays this modern times, things have change, almost Filipinos today who would like to express and share their ideas and insights in a published book, could already able to write their own book. Thanks to the top leading low cost publishing program of the publishing company Central Books that give chance and opportunity for not financially rich aspiring Filipino writers in helping make their ideas published in a book form.
Not only this top Philippine publishing company make every ideas of aspiring Filipino writers published but thanks also to modern way of exchanging information we have today, that is the internet. Through the internet one can express and share his own ideas and insights freely and for free using web platforms like websites, blogs and forums.
Consequently, this big development on sharing ideas and insights to other people or to the public has given many a chance to be heard and to earn an income just by sharing their thoughts and ideas; and have started the annual book exhibit in the Philippines – the Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) – that helps more Filipino writers and Philippine publishing companies gain revenues from their published books.
Actually, the Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) has staged a recent book fair at SMX Convention Center Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay city which celebrates its 32nd year on its annual book exhibit.
According to the organizers of Manila International Book Fair (MIBF), the recent book fair is the largest book fair they ever staged so far. For it is the most varied gathering of collection of reading materials, more book launches and author signings as well as dialogues with readers and book related activities over 85,000 visitors who visit their current year book exhibit.
The Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) have become one of the major force why the Philippine book industry has flourished abundantly nowadays and have gained a larger readership for the published books of Filipino writers; since its first exhibit during 1980s at the Philcite grounds.
The annual book fair exhibit staged and organized by Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) is supported by the Book Development Association of the Philippines (BDAP), Philippine Booksellers Association, Inc, Asian Catholic Communicators, Inc,, and Overseas Publishers Representatives Association of the Philippines.