Junk TV show
I like TV but I honestly don’t watch it often anymore. Oh, but there are plenty of shows that I love.
For the sake of this post, I’ll not give you the list but will force myself to name only one or two that have been my favorites for many years. Reality TV is one of those things that doesn’t usually keep my attention for long. There are a few exceptions, of course. Take these two examples.
I enjoy survivor shows. Survivorman. Survivor. Man vs. Wild. Those are entertaining and I get to see locations around the world that are unique and I’d likely never get the opportunity to visit in real life. Les Stroud is hilarious and knowledgeable, while also providing entertainment as he roams jungles, deserts, and wild tundra.
Apparently, I love shows with a measure of danger. We watched Deadliest Catch for years, and would still be watching it today if we had time. I love the excitement of the catch and the danger each crew faces as they power their way across the ocean. Alaska is a no man’s land of risk and reward. Every season that we watch, my husband and I each pick a boat as our favorite. After a while, we just had our favorite since the captains and boats don’t change much from one season to the next. Captain Phil Harris was my absolute favorite. His humor took his crew to the next level. I never knew what he might say next.
More about Regaining Mercy…
A mom ready to do anything for her son. A man determined to win the woman he loves.
Going on Love at First Glance had seemed like such a good idea. She didn’t care about finding Mr. Right. No, Mindy Murray chose the reality TV show for more mercenary reasons. A mom’s gotta do what a mom’s gotta do when it comes to feeding her son.
When Mindy returns to Elnora, the girl from the “wrong side of the island” just wants a chance to rebuild her reputation. Too bad the folks at church don’t practice what the preacher preaches.
Enter Dermott Reilly. The interim boss at Greener Gardens has always had a soft spot for Mindy and her son, but with his new responsibilities, an important garden competition, and a few other concerns, he finds it difficult to prove himself to her.
A tropical storm and a missing child prove that sometimes grace appears in the most unusual ways.
Regaining Mercy concludes the Elnora Island romances of the Independence Islands Series, featuring five islands, six authors, and a boatload of happily ever-afters.
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Check out the other blog stops:
Carolyn Miller – June 29
Chautona Havig – June 30
Melissa Wardwell – July 1
Kari Trumbo – July 2
Rachel Skatvold – July 3
Tabitha Bouldin – July 4
Sandra Barela – July 5