Dewey Belong Together, an all-new enemies to lovers small-town romance from Ann Whynot, is available now in Kindle Unlimited!

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The synopsis of this book led me to believe this was going to be an entirely different story than it ended up being. I was expecting a goofy gamer rom-com with Green Valley antics thrown in with some heat. I didn’t get that really. This story was heavier with emphasis on past trauma and mental health/illness. While it still had Green Valley charm and characters from the town giving his little cameos the story spent half the book in Florida where Jonathan lives. That being said, did I dislike the book, no that’s not the case, but was it what I expected, no it wasn’t that either.

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Free!! (Did I mention free?)

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Everybody likes free stuff, right?

I know I sure as hell do. I’ll even take stuff I don’t like just because it’s free. I’ll send in for food I don’t eat or lotions with too much perfume that I won’t use or whatever just because they are free.

Don’t worry. I don’t waste it. I donate it. I give it to friends or to the local shelters. I figure if some big ass company is going to offer me free shit, then the least I can do is take is off their hands. They can afford it. Heaven knows some of these companies have had more than enough of my cash. That’s for sure.

So in the spirit of free being better than anything else, I’m offering you a freebie.

I’m offering “Heart Stuck” free on Amazon for 3 days.

Starting tomorrow – that’s March 1st for those of you…

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Is Focusing on What You Can Control the Key to Happiness?

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How many of us are truly happy? How many of us know what true happiness really is? The answer to those questions is likely beyond the scope of this article, but one thing remains for certain: Focusing on what you can control, rather than what you can’t, can likely contribute to your overall happiness.

Maybe you wanted to go to the park but it started raining outside? That certainly isn’t something you can control, and it can understandably put a damper on your day. Taking the example a little further, life happens, and it can be anything from a lost wallet to a lost loved one that happens without you having any control over the situation.

So what can you control? You can control your reactions. “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade” may sound like an old cliche, but in this case it certainly applies. You have the power…

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