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Wow, I am finally using Gutenberg. Kill. Me. Now. Short-codes and HTML are your friends people. You can use the classic editor, but that will phase out in 2 years and Gutenberg 2 is well on it’s way. I figured it was better to get ahead of the learning curve.
Our weather was crazy. We warmed up with tons of rain, fog and melt off. By Weds we could see some grass for the first time in months but everywhere was flooded. We hit a high of 60° so naturally people were out in shorts! Since the temps have dipped and the wind has been crazy. Stay Caffeinated!
Last Week on the Blog
- Sunday Post #359 Spring Forward & Bring Coffee (weekly meme)
- Slow Ride By Lori Foster (review)
- A Dangerous Collaboration By Deanna Raybourn (review)
- Spring Must Reads & Listens (feature)
- Changes By Jim Butcher (audio review)
This Week on the Blog
- Finding Katarina M. By Elisabeth Elo (review)
- The Hiding Place: A Novel By C.J. Tudor (audio review)
- Murder With Collard Greens And Hot Sauce By A.L. Herbert (review)
- Nightchaser By Amanda Bouchet (audio review)
New Arrivals at the Caffeinated Cafe
*The new gallery doesn’t allow images to be linked. To learn more or purchase books links are provided below cover images.
A special thank you to Tantor Audio, Bette Lee Crosby, Penguin Random House and Avon Books
Around The Blogosphere
- Participate in the Magic of Storytelling. First Book and Disney are working together and donating books to educators in need. You can help by buying a book and they will match or through book selfies! Learn more: Magic of Storytelling
- “Shady Talk: Genre Burnout & Some Tips” by Lampshade Reader
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