The kiss of the midday sun
Watching the cherubs as they run
Along the sandy stretch…oh what fun
The freedom to be Continue reading “The Freedom to Be”
It is the end of Travel Week on The Blog Tag. I love to travel and would love for everyone to experience it at least one time in their life. One does not need to cross country borders to travel. Exploring your own province and country is fun and exciting. Getting to know your own backyard means you can gush about it to everyone else. Even though I have been blessed with the opportunity to cross borders numerous times coming home to Cape Town is still one of the best feelings in the world.
Recently I took a trip to The Big Apple. This was my third time. In fact, I’ve been there twice this year. First it was springtime in March then summertime in June. I have never been there (or anywhere) for more than a weekend. I am crazy like that. Micro holidays work for me. I go for the experience more than anything else.
I haven’t read a good romance novel since my (early) twenties. Back in the day of Mills & Boone and Fabio covers. A buddy I met in the blogging world, Alfonzo Words, got me into this book. I thought to myself, why not? I have not picked up anything other than serious reading material in about a decade but I thought I’d give light reading a try. The pre-launch hype was getting real and got me all excited. So, release day comes and I hop onto Amazon to get my copy for Kindle. There I was ready for light reading…and BAM! She hits me. I. Could. Not. Put. That. Smartphone. Down. This was anything but light reading. Continue reading “Book Review: “Waiting For You” by Melissa Kate”