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My Favorite Place to Travel

Welcome to my blog and Romance Writers Weekly blog hop! Today’s topic is one near to my heart. Travel.

I love to travel. If I had the money, I would travel the world experiencing everything there is to experience. My favorite place thus far has to be hands down Sanibel Island, Florida.


Something changes in me when we drive over the causeway onto the island. I can feel all my stress float away. I have not driven over the causeways without seeing dolphins playing in the water. When you drive onto Sanibel the main road is named Periwinkle way, and everyone is so kind and welcoming. There are many beaches to choose from, but one of the most popular is Lighthouse beach. We spent an afternoon finding whole, living, sand dollars. They were beautiful!

When I think about where I feel the most me, it is Sanibel island. My newest fur baby is even named Sanibel.

I love warm weather climates. I have lived in the cold weather my entire life and am sick of the winters and the cold. Many people I know do not understand my love of travel, and my desire to move away. They warn me that I will miss the change of the seasons. I am certain I will not.

How do I know this? As I write this blog post my office is a

balmy 54 degrees. Outside my office window it has warmed up to 0 degrees. When I woke up this morning it was -11 degrees. That is how I know I will not miss the change of the seasons. I promise!

Because I write Regency Historicals and I haven’t been able to visit England, yet I have not put any of my travel experiences in my writing. I do hope to visit England in the near future. Also, my plotting group has a trip to Scotland planned to celebrate our 10-year anniversary.

Do you have a favorite place to vacation? I’d love to hear

about it and maybe put it on my list for a future trip!

Sanibel the writing dog

Up next is A.S. Fenichel

And check out A Lady’s Past (Everton Domestic Society Book 4) in Kindle Unlimited right now. HERE

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