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Colours of the Wind #UseYourWords

Welcome to October's Use Your Words. This is how it works: participating bloggers picked four to six words or short phrases for someone else to craft into a post. All words must be used at least once and all the posts will be unique as each writer has received their own set of words. That is the challenge, here is a fun twist; no one who is participating knows who got their words and in what direction the writer will take them. Until now.

My words are:
harvest ~ colours ~ wind ~ fragrance ~ fear ~ leaves
They were submitted by: https://dlt-lifeontheranch. (Thank you for such fabulous words, even if one of them is misspelled LOL!!)
First and foremost, can we just all agree that it is colors and not colours!?! Hey, you, what do you mean no?! Why nottttttttt?! I kid. I kid. I mean, it IS colors not colours, but I know many folks do use colours and not colors. I am just not one of those people. 
So, if you follow my Facebook page, you know that I fractured my wrist. Don't…

Misadventures of a Super Hero #BookReview

I am back, with another addition to the Misadventures Series. This time, it is the Misadventures of a Super Hero. This book is sci-fi and romantic and steamy. I do not usually read any sci-fi books, as I struggle to get into them. I do watch a few sci-fi shows, but it is also not my normal. Well, if you are like me, don't worry. Keep reading. I honestly think you can still love this book.
Angel Payne does an amazing job blending normal with science fiction, to create a totally awesome story. It kept my interest, and I did not struggle to become interested in the story. I grew fond of Bolt and Emma. I could really find myself intrigued by their story, right down to the little details, and found it interesting from beginning to end.
This is a very steamy book, so if that is your cup of tea, you will absolutely love this. However, if you like your books a bit more warm than steamy hot, I honestly think you can still enjoy this. You can skim over the steamy parts, and still have a gr…

Misadventures of a Good Wife #BookReview

Do you remember when I told you about the Misadventures Series?! Were you able to read about the City Girl?! That was an excellent book, and so is this latest release in the series. Helen Hardt and Meredith Wild teamed up, to tell about the Misadventures of a Good Wife.
This book tells us about Kate and Price. I think you will fall in love with them, and their story. It has twists, turns, suspense, romance, and plenty of steamy passion. This book kept me on the edge of my seat. I tried very hard to figure out the full mystery, before all the details were revealed, and I failed.
This book was intriguing and entertaining. I found myself wanting Kate and Price to get their happily ever after, no matter the cost. If you love steamy romances, this book is absolutely for you. If you prefer books with an actual plot, and maybe prefer to skim over the steamy bits, this book is also for you. 
Keep reading to find a synopsis of Kate and Price's misadventures, as well as information about t…

No Regerts #SecretSubjectSwap

Welcome to October's Secret Subject Swap. This week eleven awesome bloggers picked a secret subject for someone else and were assigned a secret subject to interpret in their own style. Today we are all simultaneously divulging our topics and submitting our posts.

My “Secret Subject” is:What is the biggest regret in your life? Why? It was submitted by: (Rena, thank you for this fabulous subject!!)
I live by the motto of not having regrets. I firmly believe everything happens for a reason, even our mistakes and bad choices. It is the combination of all the things that happen in our lives, that make us the people we are. If any one part of my life were changed, I would not be exactly the person I am.
In recent years, I have been asked often about regrets, and so I have thought about them. Truly, I would not change a single thing, and I regret nothing. However, there are a few things, that I do sorta wish had just never happened. 
1. Making choices for treatm…