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Hi Lovies!

It is October and the year is almost over. For the month of September I was focused on the LOVE of Self Improvement. I stuck to this theme for the month for my life, however my activities were not documented via my blog. I chose to use the time to research my new fascination with Romance Novels of the Erotic Genre. I have been a reading fool and have found new styles of writing as well as phrases and word choices that are relevant in these types of books. My research has allowed me to develop several notes and outlines for novels I want to write.


Here are a few of the updates I received for last few months. It is never to late to join the challenge. Please be sure to ping back to this post so everyone in the challenge can read your update and be inspired & encouraged. Don’t forget to use the tag #RebirthOWC.

Courage by Silver Lining Mama

Integrity by Maria Holm 

Absolution by Grubbs n Critters 

Publish by Rosie Reast Writer

Passion by Quantum Hermit 

Bliss by Seasoned Sistah2

WOW by Making it Write 

Hope by Kyrosmagica 

Effort by Aksabello 

Proactive by The Extraordinary Adventures of Tashina in NYC

Outreach by I Am Not Sick Boy

Greatness by King Kalandozasai 

Create by Nadine Tomlinson 

Passion by Quantum Hermit 

For the month of October I will focus on the LOVE of Arts & Humanity!


Remember it’s still not too late to join. Feel free to chime in now. Click the pic below for more details:


One Word Photo Challenge – Snow


I was at a loss for the last couple of weeks for the One Word Photo Challenge hosted by Jennifer Nichole Wells, but this week I had to participate. I dug in my box of tricks and found snow even though I live in Florida. I am posting on Thursday for TBT, Enjoy:

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One Word Photo Challenge – Sandstorm


I have been absent for a couple of weeks from Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Photo Challenge, but now I’m BAAAACK! I was struggling with the literal sense of the topics and thought I had nothing to offer. That is until I asked Jen for some advice and she was great. I now have taken the blinders off and have started to think outside of the box. This week’s challenge topic is Sandstorm. Since I don’t live in the desert, I decided to focus on half the word. I live in a beach town so the sand would be too obvious so I picked “storm”. Here is my version of a storm made of fish:

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