Sunday Post #377

July 14th, 2019 Kimberly Sunday Post 59 Comments

14th Jul
Sunday Post

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You may have noticed that I wasn’t around the sphere this week with the exception of work relating to Caffeinated PR. Unfortunately a family crisis will keep me from blogging for an undetermined length of time as we gather the troops, process, cope and aid. Scheduled posts and the Sunday Post will continue. Aside from work I am needed on the homefront and to be honest, mentally I cannot handle more. Even reading is a struggle. This may change, but for now, virtual hugs are appreciated. Stay Caffeinated!

Last Week on the Blog
This Week on the Blog
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  • A Murder On Jane Street By Cathy Cash Spellman (review)
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  • Conagher By Louis L’Amour (audio review)
  • The Golden Spider By Anne Renwick (audio review)
  • Fatal Encounter By Jannine Gallant (review)
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About Kimberly
Kimberly is a coffee loving book addict who reads and listens to fictional stories in all genres. Whovian, Ravenclaw, Howler and proud Nonna. She owns and manages Caffeinated PR. The coffee is always on and she is ready to chat. Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

59 Responses to “Sunday Post #377”

  1. Stefanie

    I’m sorry the family crisis started at this time. I am currently catching up and hope it’s way better by the time I’m done.

  2. Lorna

    So sad to hear about your family crisis. Sending all the virtual hugs you can handle and all kinds of good thoughts.

  3. Lizzy

    Thoughts are with you in whatever you and yours are going through. Hope things get better soon. Take as much time as you need!

  4. Lindsay

    So story to hear about the family in crisis.. I had one not to long ago myself. I hope you and your family as get though it all. Hope to see you around soon. Best wishes.

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  5. Tyler H. Jolley

    Kimba, I’m so sorry. I’m sending prayers to you and your family. I’m going to still comment on your posts since I know how much time you spend on them. Don’t feel obligated to stop on my website until you’re ready. Take care.

  6. Sophie

    Oh no Kimberly! I am so so so sorry to read this! Of course you have virtual hugs. Lots and lots from me and I know many others will send you hugs too! Don’t worry about blogging right now that’s not the most important. Focus on your family and I hope it will get better.

  7. Lola

    Good luck with everything that’s going on at your home front! That sounds tough and sometimes when there’s a lot going on it’s hard to also mentally handle other things like your blog.

  8. Sam @literarycritique

    I was absent for a long while, too. I went on hiatus and then on vacation, and now I’m back! Mentally, I was not doing well, but I think I’m handling on pretty well now. I hope things are going smoothly for you as well, but if not, hopefully soon!

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  9. Chai @ Like Chai Tea

    So sorry to hear about your situation. I hope things will work out for you and everyone and everything soon. Don’t rush on blogging and just give yourself some time for a breather. It might be hard now but hoping you’ll get through it. Still, thank you for updating even though things are rough. Sending you back some virtual hugs! And I hope even at least a cup of coffee will get you through the day ♡

  10. A Voracious Reader

    Oh noes! I’m winging all the {{{posivibes}}} I can spare which is a ton since things seem to be fairly smooth lately *knocks on wood*. Take care of yourself! {{{HUGS}}}

  11. Greg

    Oh no- sorry to hear that Kimba! But definitely sending supportive vibes your way! Take care, my friend, and be well.

  12. Suzanne @ The Bookish Libra

    I’m so sorry to hear that things aren’t good right now with your family. I hope that once the troops are rallied, you guys can come up with a good plan to get through it. Thinking of you and sending lots of positive vibes your way.

  13. Anne

    Oh I am sorry.. While you are missed, you need to do what needs done. We will be here. HUGS and best wishes

  14. sjhigbee

    So sorry to hear things are tough… Thinking of you and sending required hugs and strength atcha.x

  15. Laurel-Rain Snow

    I hope you are able to resume blogging soon…and that you find your way through the crisis.

    Your books look good. I also just added The Bookish Life of Nina Hill to my shelves.

  16. Rachel

    I’m so sorry you have to deal with that, Kimberly! Hope things improve for the family soon. Best wishes to you and your family!

    I have the Annette Marie series on hold at the library since I’ve seen good things about it.