Breakthrough and Milestones Productions International, Inc., (BMPI), in cooperation with National Book Store, will launch Dr. Daniel Razon’s second coffee table book.
Nine years after the publication of Razon’s In my Eyes – a collection of everyday scenes, familiar faces, landmarks and beautiful sceneries that he, himself, captured on camera, the notable journalist and television personality takes pride of The Get It Straight with Daniel Razon Coffee Table Book, a compilation of encounters and experiences with the movers and shakers of the country that he put to words and images.
The book is based on what transpired in the UNTV program Get It Straight (GIS) with Daniel Razon, Monday to Friday, 7:30 a.m..
The topics for each personality presented in the book are political in nature, which make for a good focal conversational piece among family members, friends, and acquaintances.
This coffee table book is designed to pique the interest of people in a country, like the Philippines, which has developed a culture of politics, and is populated by citizens that breathe the same.
The book aims to provide the readers information and personal views of the featured guest who was at the center of the issue at hand or the important event.
Since man’s memory fails to preserve the personalities and circumstances behind special, serious, and controversial events that shaped our own personal conduct as we deal with situations that affected us in striking ways, the book targets to remind us of who the people were; when, where, and why it took place; and how this part of history happened.
The book will be launched 2 p.m. today at the National Book Store Glorietta 1, in Makati City.
Some of the respected names in the political arena featured in the coffee table book are expected to grace the occasion, in a GIS-like program format with a twist.
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