A poemContinue reading “Make America Great!”
There’s a lot to unpack, but it’s worth a read. Gives single folks a renewed appreciation for single life.Continue reading ““Sidelined: The Contract”: Reedsy Review”
“When you assume the worst, you can’t be surprised when it actually happens.”Woke
Series that mix animation or inanimate talking objects with real environments are usually something I avoid at all costs. I read the synopsis for “Woke” and thought no different.
I was scrolling through Twitter when I saw it as a trending promotion and read some of the tweets before watching the trailer. I was partly sold that it might be worth my time. Then I saw that it addressed the issues of police brutality and race in America, and I was really interested.Continue reading ““Woke” on Hulu: Review”
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An endearing interracial love story, defying the boundaries of a religiously conservative family and a musical star’s ailing grandfather.Continue reading “Hurricane Reese – Reedsy Book Review”
I have made a Patreon for Rae’s Violet Words. It combines both my creative writing and my art, which can be found here.
If you don’t know how Patreon works, basically it’s a monthly thing split into tiers that you can choose from depending on the content you want. This can be pretty much anything from exclusive sneak peeks of new content to coloring pages.Continue reading “I have a Patreon!”
The first season of American Soul was juicy, so of course I didn’t anticipate season 2 being even JUICIER!Continue reading “American Soul S2 Review”
If you’ve seen the memes on social media of a short, stout, mayonnaise-y man and a very facially expressive Asian woman, you might have a basic familiarity with this show.
90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days is one of the many spinoffs of 90 Day Fiancé, a TLC reality show following the relationships of several couples going through or starting the K-1 visa process.Continue reading “RVW Review of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days S4”
This weird movie starring Colin Farrell chronicles a man, and others like him, checking into this hotel for single people. During the application process, they each have to choose an animal they’d like to be turned into. If at the end of the 45 days stay they’re still single, they’ll be turned into that animal and sent out into the world.
It’s a dystopian movie. Only couples can enjoy the city, taking trips and cohabitation. If you’re seen alone, authorities ask for papers proving you’re in a relationship. Also, at the hotel, it’s all about routine.
Scenarios are acted out by the staff, presumably, every morning as to how and how not to act in relationships and how women are safer from danger when accompanied by a man.
I wasn’t being held at gun point when watching this, but it sure felt like it.Continue reading “RVW The Lobster Movie Review”