Sunday Post #307 Hello March!

March 4th, 2018 Kimberly Sunday Post 86 Comments

4th Mar

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I cannot believe we are in March already. I finally got a clean bill of health and am feeling more like myself again. Life is incredibly busy, we’ve had the Royals a lot more than expected, but tiring as they are we love them. I am not even going to commit to commenting and visiting today as family commitments will keep me out of the home all day. I did manage to slip away yesterday for a pedicure. It was so nice to do something for myself.  For February I read/listened to 24 books. My year to date total is 55 read/listened for Goodreads. The week ahead has some awesome book, and two of my favorite series.  Stay Caffeinated.

 Last Week on the Blog
 This Week on the Blog
  • Burn Bright By Patricia Briggs (book & audio review)
  • Lake Silence By Anne Bishop ( audio review)
  • Undone By You Kate Meader (review)
  • How To Date Your Dragon By Molly Harper (audio review)
  • Deja Moo By Kirsten Weiss! (review)
  • All About Diversity Blog Hop (giveaway)
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 New Arrivals to the Caffeinated Cafe

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86 Responses to “Sunday Post #307 Hello March!”

  1. Greg

    Glad you’re feeling better! And yay for MArch. Just the fact that we’re through January and february makes me happy lol. Winter needs to go! Hope your week is good…

    Nice seeing that Reese Witherspoon is gonna adapt Little Fires. She did a good job with big Little Lies, I thought.

    Greg recently posted: Sunday Post #235
  2. Laurel-Rain Snow

    So glad you are well again…and what an amazing number of books you read!

    Enjoy your new books! I think I have a Jill Shalvis book tucked away somewhere on Pippa, my Kindle.

    Have a great week!

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  3. Literary Feline

    I am so glad you are feeling better, Kim. It sounds like you are extra busy. I am too. I hope to make time to visit blogs tomorrow, but, honestly, I am not sure I will make much progress. I’m always on the go these days. I hope you have a great week! Enjoy your family time!

    Literary Feline recently posted: Weekly Mews: (March TBR Poll)
  4. Maureen Bakker

    Glad to hear your feeling much better Kimberly! And yay for all the books you read/listened to in February! That’s very impressive.
    Have a great week and happy reading.

  5. Mallory

    So glad you’re finally feeling better, but keeping my fingers crossed just in case I jinx it! ExI’m binging Dannika Dark’s “Crossbread” series this week after finding it on your blog 🙂 Exctied to be taking part of the March TBR challenge … I’m binging Dannika Dark’s “Crossbreed” series this week after finding it on your blog 🙂 Have a great week, Kim and happy reading!

  6. Lark @ The Bookwyrm's Hoard

    I’m so glad you’re finally feeling better! I hope the rest of your year is smooth sailing — seems like after the last few months, you deserve a loooong stretch of good health.

    I’m impressed with your reading total for the year. You go, girl! I’ve been more swamped than usual with work, so I’m 7 books behind in my Goodreads challenge pace. I’m not sure when I’ll have time to catch up, but I’m hoping it won’t be because I get sick. (I had more than enough of that last year!)

    Have a great weekend and enjoy your family. And just think… spring is coming!

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  7. Michelle Gilmore

    I’m glad you are feeling better! Well done on your reading progress! I’m struggling this year, but you seem to be chugging along nicely!

    I hope you enjoy your downtime and your new books!

    Michelle Gilmore recently posted: Sunday Post #287
  8. Sam@WLABB

    I am glad you are back in good health! Fingers crossed no more “p.lagues” get you. Oooh, new Shalvis. Can’t wait to see what you think. Enjoy your family time!

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  9. Danielle

    I am just pleased to read about the clean bill of health and know you are well enough to be up and out! Also nice to see you managed a little self time with the pedicure. It is was very needed, I am sure. Stay well – xx

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  10. Tanya @ Girl Plus Books

    Hooray for the clean bill of health! It’s been a long time coming. And good for you for nabbing some “me time” with the pedicure. I just finished Lake Silence and need to get my review written. Loved it!

    Tanya @ Girl Plus Books recently posted: The Sunday Post #97
  11. Nicci @ Sunny Buzzy Books

    Holy Heck! 24 books?! That’s amazing! I don’t think I’ve managed anything close to that since switching to my current job about 4 years ago… Well done!
    Glad you’re feeling better and hope you continue enjoying the family visit.

    Nicci @ Sunny Buzzy Books recently posted: Weekly Catch Up #1
  12. sjhigbee

    I’m delighted that you are finally feeling back to normal. Though it sounds as if you haven’t had any opportunity to take it easy! I recall those tough years when the grandchildren were very little – it’s delightful, but very hard graft! Glad you managed to make some time for yourself and I hope you get a chance to have some down time this coming week. Oh my word – 24 books in one week – I can’t get near that total in a month!

    • sjhigbee

      Erg! Annddd… that was 24 books in the month, wasn’t it?? Blame the weather – I have been making so many daft mistakes this week!

  13. Stephanie Jane

    I’m glad you’re feeling better and am a tad envious of your 22 books read in February. Puts my 16 well in the shade!

    I’m linking up to The Sunday Post for the first time today. Hope I’ve done everything ok. Please holler if not

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  14. Lola

    I am glad to hear you finally got a clean bill of health and are feeling better! That’s nice you had the royals around so much, although I can imagine it can be tiring at times. That’s great yous till got to read os much this month. Have a great week!

    Lola recently posted: Sunday Post #272
  15. Melissa (My words and pages)

    So glad you are feeling better. You have to feel as though you’ve lost two months with being sick. It’s hard to believe it’s March already. Crazy how time is flying. Take care!

  16. Rachel

    Wow, 24 audio books is a lot! I listen a lot but I’m nowhere near that number for a month. I have Zero Day coming up and I loved Burn Bright. Happy reading!

    Rachel recently posted: Weekly Recap #26
  17. Charlie

    Kimba, I’m so glad you’re back to feeling at rights. And good for you for slipping out to do something for yourself!!! Sometimes we just have to or we start unraveling. You still had a great reading month!

    Charlie recently posted: Chit Chat – February 2018
  18. Marlene

    It IS hard to believe it’s March already. Time seems to fly whether you’re having fun or not. Can you tell me who is hosting that All About Diversity Blog Hop? I’m interested in joining.
    p.s. I love your reviews of the Iron Druid books, I’m in the middle of listening to Hexed and you’re right, Luke Daniels is marvelous as Atticus.

  19. Lily

    glad to hear you and the family are feeling better Kim, hopefully March will keep the colds away.
    24 books! wow, lucky <3 I wish I could read 24 book a month, trying to make time for some audiobooks I got from the library as well

  20. Lynn

    So happy to hear you are finally feeling better!
    How To Date Your Dragon sounds like a lot of fun!
    Have a wonderful week and happy reading!

    Lynn recently posted: Sunday Post #6
  21. Berls

    so glad to hear you are feeling better! I know, I’ve been down with post-flu symptoms for a little while as well. Wow so many books already! I’m at 17 for the year so far, I believe, and that’s good for me 🙂 I hope you have a great week!

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  22. Stefanie

    Yay for a clean bill of health. I’m just about there with my big toe and I’m watching my teen as she’s slowly making a recovery but still on meds.

  23. Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

    Great job on your February reading. I can’t believe it is March. Normally I participate in the March Take Control, but my reading time is so limited that I’m barely making progress and I need to focus on review books coming up. Hope you have a great week!

    SP & STS
    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

  24. Lorna

    So happy to hear you are better! I am doing better as well but I now have a new respect for people that get bronchitis. It’s horrible and scary. I’ve never coughed so much where it goes on and on and you can’t get your breath. And you’ve had that a lot! I can’t imagine-bless your heart! And with the flu on top of that. Unreal what you and your husband have been going through. I bet I know what your two top series are for next week. My review of Lake Silence is on Tuesday as well. I have the Molly Harper one on audiobook to listen to. Can’t wait to hear your thoughts.

  25. Tyler H. Jolley

    Glad to hear you are healthy again. I’m so excited it’s March. Spring Break is next week, and while my body isn’t in shape for it, my brain is!

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