The Random Bibliophile

by Renee Alexis

Renee Alexis
26, filipina, an introvert who loves young adult fantasy, brush pens, Taylor Swift, and Mobile Legends. Coffee runs in my bloodstream.

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Renee's Sunday Currently Vol. 07

Hi folks, happy Sunday! It's the last one for this month and September is just peeking around the corner.  How was your August? I'm on to the 7th day of my mandatory 14-day quarantine. Halfway through now and then I'd get to go home! While I was sipping my coffee on this beautiful sunny…

Anecdotes 10 | Dandansuy, Magellan, and Si Pilemon

The electricity died and the neighborhood was silenced as the darkness invaded. Everyone in the house hurriedly searched for candles to bring about light. When everything was visible again, we went outside to have fresh air. You grabbed the guitar as you always did when there's a blackout, stru…

We Back!

Hey there! It's me, and I'm currently under 14-days mandatory quarantine at our municipality. As I've said, I'll be writing a separate blog post about our journey home and so here we are.It's been stressful but we've managed to push through with OWWA's help. So... where …

The Happy List Vol. 08

I just realized that it has been nearly 2 years since I've made a happy list post. And so, at 2 in the morning, I decided to write this. Today's my second day in the Philippines and my body clock is still as messed up as ever. I was watching the final episode of Glow Up when my journal caug…

Incoherent Thoughts at 1:52 AM

Closing a chapter and saying hello to a new one has always been a difficult thing for me. I have always loved the simplicity of having a routine life with bits of excitement in between the mundane. I disliked changes, especially the abrupt ones, because it scares me. The idea of heading into the un…

No Regrets

Some weeks ago, I was talking to a very good friend I met in college. I uploaded a photo of a game I was currently crazy about on my Instagram story and she sent a reply. I told her about how I used to play it back when I was still in high school. Then, later on, our conversation transitioned into …

July 2020 Favorites

July has been such a good month compared to the previous ones since the pandemic started. And so, because it was a great one, I decided to write a favorites blog post for a change. I haven't written one of these since March of last year and I really wanted to continue the blog series I've …

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