Reading materials have evolved throughout the ages from bone scratches, stone tablets, scrolls, book, and electronic publications. A novelist changes his/her writing style depending on the present context.
In a famous couple page, Jamich, a romantic love story was shared in the net. Instead of writing a long note or eBook, the material was published through a Facebook album. A reader needs to browse all the 582 photos of it. The whole thing was made by a person named Ethyl Dela Peña.
The format is a bit different because it is narrated through screenshots of an iOS text messaging. Later in the story, some screenshots of Facebook, Skype, and other social media outlets. The writing style involves skipping of actual interactions of the characters without confusing the audience. Although, in the later parts, encounters began to be very intimate that text messaging or any long distance communication might lose the flavor.
Here we go.
Ken and Casey’s love story is a high school nostalgic fantasy that makes you remember your first love. They started as crushes and the earliest conversations began at text messaging. There were a lot of conflicts too. Obstacles may be a bit cliche which includes third parties, strict parents, long distance relationships, economic hindrances, years of waiting, and all those cheesy lovey-dovey messages.
I don’t want to spoil the plot. It better for you to read the whole thing. Click the link below
By the way, the whole thing is written in Tagalog, so you need to understand the language first. Another thing, if you think you can finish it in a short time, forget it. It will take you about two to three hours to read everything.