Mary has been writing for as long as she can remember. With a degree in English and a minor in Creative Writing, she works to push the limits of what writing and do. Her dream is to become a full-time novelist and literature enthusiast.
Crave by Tracy Wolff - Review
After Twilight came out in 2005 it started a revolution of vampire romance novels that proves to still be continuing. While there have been variants on this trope, all versions have slight differences. In Crave, I was honestly expecting some combination of Twilight and Vampire Academy, and while on a few levels that is what I got, on several extremely important levels it was so much more.
Quarantine Activities for 8-10-year olds
As a kid, it was always seemed like we were constantly on the go and if we were home for more than a couple of days, it felt like an eternity. Now, with the world under quarantine, kids and adults everywhere are bored out of their minds.
Jumanji: The Next Level
As a child, the 1995 Jumanji was always a part of weekends with my Nana. It was the first action adventure movie I really remember that wasn’t gory or bloody and didn’t get too scary for my fraidy-cat self. Robin Williams kept it interesting and made jokes that broke up the intensity so it wasn’t too much for a child to take in all at once.