This week at Canadian Cents & Sensibility was good, it was great to see the sun and enjoy summer. Patios, festivals, barbeques, outdoor concerts, and the whole shebang – I did take full advantage of the weather. Maybe a little too much!
Here are the articles on Canadian Cents & Sensibility this week:
Sweet Savage Link Love
Holly from Club Thrifty writes Forest Fenn: An Interview This is about an eccentric millionaire who buried treasure somewhere in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Love it. Love it. Love it. Read more about it at the link.
The PoP’s from Planting Our Pennies have an article called Why I don’t like the word saving I’ll let Mrs. PoP explain it further for you – a great read!
DQYDJ.net shares his thoughts on Adjustable Rate Mortgages in How I learned to stop worrying and love the ARM It offers a nice contrarian argument in favour of this kind of mortgage.
Joe from Stacking Benjamins offers great insight into his experiences as a Financial Advisor in Is it time to fire your advisor?
Michelle from the excellent Shop My Closet Project has an inspiring update about her No Shopping Challenge: How it’s going so far
Cheezy Romance Selection of the Week: Zombie Moon
You want to know what’s better than cheezy romance love? Cheezy romance love with Zombies AND Werewolves. This bad boy crosses not one or two genres, but THREE genres: happy-ending romance, zombie end-of-times, AND werewolf horror goodness. Love this, love this, love this.
Caleb Locke lived for one thing–killing zombies. And this man–this legend–was exactly what Samantha Wagner needed. In mist-shrouded alleys, hunted by zombies, haunted by fear, she vowed to find Caleb and convince him to help her. But she hadn’t counted on falling in love….
Caleb kept his own secrets–like the one he couldn’t hide when the moon was full. But his wolf was drawn to Samantha, recognizing her as his mate. With her in his arms, Caleb reveled in passion…and rued his deception. Would she still love the man who fought by her side if she realized that zombies weren’t the only monsters? Samantha would have to make a choice–and she only had till the next full moon weren’t the only monsters? Samantha would have to make a choice–and she only had till the next full moon.
Thanks for stopping by, have a good weekend!