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Another busy week, but we had temps in the 70s this weekend. We had cable/internet issues which resulted in them working on the boxes on our street. Since I work from home; 100% on the internet, it had me in a bit of a tizzy. Hopefully, it’s all sorted. I am almost caught up on my written reviews and hoping to shake my blogger burn out. I hope you have a great week! Stay Caffeinated.
Last Week on the Blog
- The Forgotten Home Child By Genevieve Graham (review)
- From Alaska With Love By Ally James (review)
- Please See Us By Caitlin Mullen (audio review)
- Pack Of Lies By Hailey Edwards (review)
- A Witch And A Fish By Selene Charles Stephens (audio review)
This Week on the Blog
- Manhattan Dragon By Genevieve Jack (audio review)
- A Murderous Relation By Deanna Raybourn (review)
- Bits & Pieces By Dawn Hosmer (audio review)
- Undercover Bromance By Lyssa Kay Adams (review)
- Sword Of Destiny By Andrzej Sapkowski (audio review)
New Arrivals at the Caffeinated Cafe
- To Catch an Earl by Kate Bateman
- Season of Storms by Andrzej Sapkowski
A special thank you to St Martin and Maggie @ Reading Diva
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When you spend a lot of time at home and rely on the internet and then it goes a bit weird, it can be frustrating and unsettling. I am glad you got it all sorted and hope getting back into blogging goes well! And yay for a new Witcher book as well ^.^
Tyler H. Jolley
Sorry you’ve been having blogger burn out. How is your health? Hopefully that’s going well. Enjoy the spring weather!
Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer
The weather in my neck of the woods has been in 60s and 70s, though it’s a little colder today thanks to the rain. I haven’t had any internet issues in quite a long time but the cable box is currently messed up due to time change. All the program menu is now off an hour. Hopefully, it will be fixed soon.
i hope to start hooking up again soon. i too have had some blogger burnout, but reading like crazy. i think we all need to step away now and then to stay fresh
Laura @ Library of Clean Reads
For those of us who have been blogging for years, we’ve had our share of blogger burn out moments. Hope you get some rest and time out.
Ohh- internet troubles are so frustrating. Hope it is working well now.
Our weather is warming too.
Have a good week and Happy Reading!
Kristilyn (Dreaming of Hygge)
I love Genevieve Graham. I’ve read a couple of her books and thought her writing of Canadian history was great. I still have two to catch up on, but this one is definitely on my wishlist! Can you send some of that 70 temp here? We’re stuck in endless days of snow, it seems …
Deb Nance at Readerbuzz
I get crazy when our Internet is out. I’m glad they finally got yours back up.
Shake things up and get rid of blogger burnout. You have a great start with your new photo. It’s lovely.
Have a great week!
Aj @ Read All The Things!
It’s so stressful when you need to work and the internet is broken. I’m glad it’s fixed. Have a great week!
Lover of Romance
Having a blogger burnout is really the worst….so I hope you get it shaken off soon. I have heard To Catch An Earl is a good one, so I hope you enjoy it when you pick it up.
Wendy @ Falconer's Library
My kid was just saying yesterday that she wishes it was in the 70s more often, instead of veering so quickly between “too cold” and “too hot.” Happy International Women’s Day!
Nicci @ Sunny Buzzy Books
Blogger burn out is rough. Good luck with shaking it!
Internet issues send me into a tizzy too… Not because I WFH 100% (only a couple days a week, max) but because you’d think the world was ending in my house when the issues hit. I wish I was the sane rational one when it happens but I’m panicking along with the rest of them, lol.
Lark @ The Bookwyrm's Hoard
I hope they’ve fixed your internet issues! And oh, the dreaded blogger burnout. I’ve been struggling with it on and off for the last two years. I hope you get your mojo back soon!
Our weather has been all over the place. Yesterday it was in the 40s. Today it hit about 61.
I hate tech issues! Hopefully the internet people have got things sorted out. I’m not surprised you’ve got some blogger burnout. You’ve had a rough time of it for the last little while. Hope this week is much better!
I work from home and rely 100% on the internet for work also. Computer and phone rely on it. So I understand how you feel when everything goes down.
Hope there are no internet problems this week!
Anne - Books of My Heart
We will be up around 70 all week which will be great. I don’t like the Internet problems, though. At all. I hope they are over. I’m wishing you a great, problem free, healthy, wonderful weather week!
I get so frustrated when I have internet problems. Thankfully since we moved we rarely have them.
Our weather is crazy. Temps going way up and then back down to the twenties at night. It’s 60 here today. So much rain too. Still no snow to speak of. Climate change is real. Glad you got your internet back. I hate that!
Yikes, the internet issues would have gotten me worked up, too, in your situation. We had a nice mild weekend and perfect for a family member’s wedding shower. Yay for getting caught up on written reviews.
Have a good week, Kimberly!
Shelleyrae @ Book’d Out
It’s crazy how much we rely on the internet for everything these days, few of us tolerate service interruptions well.
Wishing you a great reading week, and good coffee.
I haaate it when they need to work on something that impacts my internet! Sorry it had you in a tizzy! It seems like you’ve been getting a lot of reading done… what’s your secret??? 😉
Lindsi @ Do You Dog-ear? ?
We were having spotty internet issues this past week, too! Everything got resolved Friday night but it was weird not being able to work on blog posts until the weekend. Hopefully yours gets taken care of soon!
Gotta love that they break something while they are fixing something else. So frustrating! The warm temps are moving into NJ too. I welcome them with open arms and a lightweight jacket.
Urg! Internet issues are always horrible – I’d easily swap my TV for internet access… But at least you had some fine weather – temperatures of 70 degrees! We are MONTHS away from those kinds of temperatures – if we get them at all… Hoping you have another lovely week, Kimberly:)
I always go nuts when the internet goes down, Like you, I am pretty dependent on it.
Hope you have a great week!
It was in the 70s here too. A couple of days made it to 80 and it was too warm for me. I love the 50’s. I’m not looking forward to summer. Hopefully your internet won’t go out again.
Sorry about your internet troubles. Those are the worst because there is nothing you can do but wait. Have a great week!
Internet issues are always annoying and disrupt my day. I hope yours are fixed. Have a great week!
I have to prepare my classes at home, so I would freak out if I didn’t have internet anymore. Work doesn’t wait. Hopefully everything is solved now!
Your new arrivals look great, I hope you’ll enjoy them!
Have a wonderful week!
Suzanne @ The Bookish Libra
Yay for getting almost completely caught up on your reviews! That has to feel good. I hope that all of your internet woes are resolved. That would throw me off my game too since I work remotely often and rely on a good internet connection to make that possible.
Internet issues are the worst. Especially when you try to work and you lose internet. Hopefully it’s all resolved now. That’s great you are almost caught up with your reviews and hopefully you can shake that blogger burnout. Have a great week!
Having no internet would have been a nightmare for me as this week I had to work from home the whole week!!! Rushing to see who won the audiobook awards Kimberly!
That sounds like lovely weather! I hope that you’re internet/cable gets fixed soon! Happy reading!
Here I am, late to the party, and then I’m off to catch up on my sleep. Enjoy your week!
The 70s sound so nice. Hope the internet situation is fixed and happy reading!
Jessica @ a GREAT read
Oh I feel you on internet issues! I remember awhile back we had some. I believe it was more power outage related, and I apparently can’t function if I don’t get my blogging time in! Lol. So luckily we have a Bread Co./Panera right down the street from me, I hightailed it there, bought a bagel and parked myself in a booth! Lol. Hope all the internet issues are worked out since you actually need it for work!
Nice new reads too! Totally new to me ones but I hope you positively love them!
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A Voracious Reader
GAH for internet issues! *fingers crossed* it’s all sorted. We’re heading into definite Spring weather. 60s/70s days and 5os at night. Hope it stays like this through May, but it probably won’t. Every year Spring gets shorter and Summer gets longer. We can hope though. Have a great week, Kim!
Tanya @ Girl Plus Books
Hooray for the milder temps! Sounds gorgeous. Fingers crossed that the cable/internet issues are fixed. It’s crazy how life seems to come to a screeching halt when the internet is down.
Sorry about the internet issues, that’s frustrating. Happy International Women’s Day and happy reading!
A blogger burn out does exist? Good to know. Guess that is what I am experiencing too. Stay strong and keep your head held high!
Kimberly, sorry to hear about your internet issues – I hope it is all sorted now – but those temperatures sound great! I am so looking forward to warmer weather, so I get back in my garden to read.
Internet issues are so annoying! Especially when you work from home and you need the internet to get work done. Hopefully, that’s all sorted now and you don’t have any more problems in the future.
Hope you have a great week!
I would hate for my internet to fail as well. I am glad you caught up with all the reviews! Have a good day!
Maureen @ Maureen’s Books
I’m sorry to hear about your internet issues. That’s horrible! I always feel so stressed out when that happens.
I hope this week goes better! Happy reading Kimberly.
Tressa @ Wishful Endings
I have four reviews I still need to write up and two books I’m behind on, which I hate, but I’m hoping to catch up this week. We’ve been having some internet issues as well, but I think the old lines just can’t handle all the streaming everyone does these days. I hope you do get out of your slump!
I swear, every time I tried to squeeze in some time to write reviews, the internet would keep going in and out. Drove me nuts! I hope you have more lovely spring weather, Kimberly:)
Lindy@ A Bookish Escape
Blogger burnout is the worst! I hope you’re able to pull out of it soon. To Catch an Earl sounds good! I’ve been getting in to historical romance recently. Have a great weekend Kim!
Nice word play with the title.
The weather was bad. i hope it continues
Internet issues are very frustrating!
I got a copy of To Catch an Earl too. Hope we both love it! 🙂
I can’t believe it’s spring ahead time already! Gah. And ooh 70’s. We’ve had 50’s but no 70’s yet. Soon I hoping!
I need to start the Raybourn series.