Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter.

Izaak Walton

We at Brille Petit Imprint recognize that there are sparks of light in all of us—a story to be told, a poem to be written, a message to be shared. 

So, if you are new to writing, but have a story that you really want to share, submit your work to us. Our dedicated team of creatives will guide you towards bringing out that story into the world.

Browse through our submission guidelines if you think that we can be of service to you.

Submit your story here!

We all start from somewhere. We may be a fledgling imprint, but we are fueled by passionate writers, talented illustrators and zealous editors eager to come up with literary works that we hope will be able to reach a global audience.

Our Vision

Brille Petit envisions a generation passionate about learning and reading, a new breed of Filipino authors and illustrators presenting local children’s stories and other literary pieces to a global audience, and a growing opportunity to promote literacy and share our culture with the world.

Our Mission

Brille Petit aims to awaken in our readers, particularly the youth, a desire to learn and to read local literary works that entertain and enrich minds, and to provide publishing opportunities for untold tales written by Filipino authors.



On its fourth year as an educational publisher, Brilliant Creations Publishing, Inc. published a picture book sharing the life and success of one of its founders to celebrate her 65th birthday. “Teacher Vicky” became the company’s first attempt at a storybook production.


Brilliant Creations officially established its literary imprint, Brille Petit, focusing on the production of illustrated storybooks and literary anthologies for readers of all ages. Its first picture book, “Happy Whiskers’ Day” by Anj CP, was launched at the Manila International Book Fair. In the same year, Brille Petit published “Love Talaga: Poems on Love and Other Mushy, Feely Stuff,” its first anthology of love poems.


Brille Petit released a series of fractured fairy tales, starting with “Cinderspectarella,” a humorous re-telling of the classic fairy tale, “Cinderella.” This was followed by “The Princess and the Frog Allergies” and “Sleepless Beauty.”


Brille Petit published its first creative nonfiction anthology, 50 Fun, Fierce and Fabulous Filipinas—the imprint’s biggest collaborative project yet, with fifteen contributors fleshing out the lives of fifty empowering Filipinas in short biographical narratives.


In spite of the pandemic, Brille Petit saw its busiest year yet with significant breakthroughs for the imprint, including the publication of its first story book in Filipino, “Ang Alaga,” by Katrina Canong-Senosin. In October, the National Book Development Board brought 50 Fun, Fierce, and Fabulous Filipinas to Germany for its first international engagement at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Brille Petit also took part in NBDB’s Book Nook Project in November to showcase its published titles in remote areas all over the country.

Submit Your Story Here!

Are you a children’s book author looking for a publisher for your amazing story? Brille Petit might be the company that you are looking for. We are a small imprint interested in working with new authors hoping to get their voices out. But before you send us your manuscript, please take a few minutes to read our submission guidelines.

Submission Guidelines 

For 2021, Brille Petit Imprint is interested in the following books:

  • Picture books for ages 0-5 (from 300–1000 words)
  • Early readers for ages 5-7 (from 1000 to 2500 words)
  • Young readers for ages 6-9 (from 2500 to 5000 words)
  • Middle grade readers for ages 9-12 (from 5000 words and above)

Topics that are interesting to us include:

  • Social issues (the environment, dealing with life challenges)
  • Science (phases of the moon, life cycles, etc)
  • Philippine Heroes 
  • Fractured Fairytales

What to Include in Your Submission

We only accept email submissions. Please email to:

  1. On the email subject, type: Query for {Title of Your Book}
  2. On the body of your email, the following should be included:
  • Title of Story:
  • Word Count:
  • Target Age:
  • Subject or Theme of story (1-5 words):
  • Summary (3 sentences or less):
  • How Did You Hear About Brille Petit Imprint:
  • Your Name:
  • Occupation:
  • Professional Bio (3-5 Sentences):
  • Address:
  • Phone Number:
  • If you have a personal website, or Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter account include links to them here:
  • If you have been published previously, publishers, and copyright dates:
  1. Copy-paste the entire story to the email. Do not attach a Word document as this will not be opened for safety purposes.
  2. Please note that we will not entertain submissions that do not follow our guidelines.
  3. If your submission is something that is interesting to us, you should receive an email within 6-12 weeks.

Thank you, and we look forward to reading your stories!