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Another week of endless Mondays. I listened to some awesome audiobooks and my hubby got a free year of Apple TV with his work phone. We have been watching an awesome mysteries series called Home Before Dark.
Our governor, despite the CDC recommendations to do otherwise, (they recommend we move to Phase 1 mid-June) is opening up a lot of businesses, including salons and restaurants with some restrictions. 50% capacity for dining in and masks for staff. Salons/tattoo and massage parlors have to limit to 10 customers, and both clients and practitioner have to wear masks. Daycare 15 children per group, schools, bars and movie theaters will remain closed and those who can telecommute are encouraged to do so. All this as we see new cases every day and have limited testing.
UGH. Money over lives. We will not be taking part and will continue to stay at home. These poor people have to go back to work or risk being fired. What is happening where you are? Elbow hugs – Stay Caffeinated.
Last Week on the Blog
- The Intended Victim By Alexandra Ivy (audio review)
- The Star-Crossed Sisters Of Tuscany By Lori Nelson Spielman (review)
- The Lasaran By Dianne Duvall (audio review)
- Ren: The Monster’s Adventure By Sarah Noffke (audio review)
This Week on the Blog
- Always Be My Banshee By Molly Harper (audio review)
- Cloudy With A Chance Of Witchcraft By Mandy M. Roth(review)
- I’m Glad You’re Dead By Hunter Blain (audio review)
- Suddenly Psychic By Elizabeth Hunter (review)
New Arrivals at the Caffeinated Cafe
A special thank you to Simon & Schuster Audio, HarperCollins, Random House Audio
Around The Blogosphere
I added new blitz and tours this week. Arrogant Bastard by Jennifer Dawson, Issued by Paris Wynters, and an audio blitz for Cold Backed. You can learn more by visiting the open events page.
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