Anxious About Tomorrow (Sigh)

Maybe the world really started to end in 2012, ano? I mean, an ending doesn’t have to be in a snap, right? Minsan it’s a slow, fucking painful torture. Being on Twitter more often than on Facebook allows me to get in touch with what’s happening in the country and around the world. Mas gustoContinue reading “Anxious About Tomorrow (Sigh)”

How to Mass Replace Single Opening Quotation Marks to Apostrophes for Contractions

I’ve been researching on ways how to change a single opening quotation mark to an apostrophe, but to no avail. It would really help a lot of Filipino editors and authors, especially writers like me who use yun, wag, no before, not knowing that these are misspelled. It’s okay if you write this way. WeContinue reading “How to Mass Replace Single Opening Quotation Marks to Apostrophes for Contractions”

On President Duterte’s First Report After Being Given “Emergency Powers”

Actually, mahilig lang talaga ako mag-SWOT. This is how I “evaluate” events, which I learned during my org days. Best for projects, pero ginagamit ko rin sa maraming bagay. Apparent naman that I am disappointed with how the Duterte government attended to the COVID-19 situation (remember how they said na hindi kailangan ng travel ban,Continue reading “On President Duterte’s First Report After Being Given “Emergency Powers””

Book Thoughts: The Boyfriend Backtrack by Dawn Lanuza

I may have been known as the author of the heartbreaking A Miracle, an author who loved “sad” endings. (In my defense, most of my novels end with a positive note. Readers just won’t forgive me for a few “sad” endings⁠—sad with quotes because they weren’t to me. Hehehehe.) But no, I actually love happy endings more,Continue reading “Book Thoughts: The Boyfriend Backtrack by Dawn Lanuza”