Sunday Post #522 Welcome May

May 1st, 2022 Kimberly Sunday Post 41 Comments

1st May
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April went out like a lion with storms. The Royals have less than a month of school. Where does the time go? Our new garage doors were installed Friday. No more painting them and they look nice. My husband replaced the light fixtures on the front of the house and once the porch rails are replaced and the window installed, the place should have a fresh new look. I’ve been reading and listening to favorite author releases and added some new authors. Elbow hugs! Stay Caffeinated.

Last Week on the Blog
  • 🎧 Crimson Summer By Heather Graham (audio review)
  • 🎧 A Treacherous Trade By Kerrigan Byrne (audio review)
  • 🎧 Black Truth, White Lies By Hailey Edwards (audio review)
  • 🎧 The Dragon Of Sedona By Genevieve Jack (audio review)
This Week on the Blog
  • 🎧 Book Lovers By Emily Henry (audio review)
  • When She Dreams By Amanda Quick (book review)
  • Wild Prey By Brian Klingborg (guest post, book review)
  • Tear Down The Throne By Jennifer Estep (book review)
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41 Responses to “Sunday Post #522 Welcome May”

  1. Tyler H. Jolley

    Seriously, where DOES the time go. I can’t believe we’re already in May. I hope you have great weather this week. We’re finally getting some much needed rain. Happy May!

  2. vidya

    We are working on giving our home a new look too …and definitely helps so much 🙂 and yes, it is hard to believe it is almost the end of another school year..

  3. Lover of Romance

    Happy May! It sounds like things are really coming together for a fresh look for your home. Hope you have a beautiful happy filled week.

    Happy Reading!

  4. Lark @ The Bookwyrm's Hoard

    Happy May! I hope your weather clears up. Sounds like your house is getting a little “refresh” for the spring. I need to add “garage door” to the list of renovations we need to pursue. A garage door you don’t have to paint sounds great to me.

    The Woman in The Library looks so good. I’ve put a hold on it at the library (once it’s published), but I’m 13th in line, so it may be a while before I can read it.

    Lark @ The Bookwyrm's Hoard recently posted: May Day (Sunday Post – 5/01/2022)
  5. LORI CASWELL

    I am so sick of rain, it was a dreary week but it sounds like good things are happening for your home. Have a great week!

  6. A Voracious Reader

    This year so far has just been so whack, amirite? Yay for fresh new looks! I’m loving my windows, skylights, gutters, and doors. Just need new decks and siding now. And to rip up the carpet. Yeah, that’s not happening for awhile. lol Have a great week, Kim!

  7. Jodie

    It sounds as though you’ve made some updates to your home – I love when my own home gets a refresh! I’m looking forward to reading Book Lovers as I’ve become a big Emily Henry fan! Thanks for sharing and happy reading in the week ahead!

  8. Jessica @ a GREAT read

    Ooh nice! It’s always nice when you can update your house a bit. Small changes really do make a big difference!

    Nice new reads too! Those are all new to me ones but I hope you enjoy each and every one of them!

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    Have a GREAT day!

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  9. Jinjer

    Yay that your garage doors are done and there are only a few more items left to do! I’ve never known what it’s like to have work done on a house since I’ve always been a renter, but the recent storms damaged my Mom’s roof, so I’m about to learn. Trying not to be too panicky about it. lol

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  10. Lola

    That sounds nice how you’re doing some things around the house. I hope it’s all coming along well and looking good. I hope you’ll have a good week!

  11. Joy (Joyousreads)

    Happy Sunday, Kim. I’m so jealous you got to listen to Book Lovers by Emily Henry already. That’s one of my most anticipated reads this year. 🙂 Looking forward to reading your review.

    I hope you’ll have a lovely week!

  12. Sophie

    That’s always nice to have a fresh look on a house, even if it’s also a lot of money usually! I am ogling your list of reviews this week as I am seeing Kerrigan Byrne and always wanted to try one of her books! Have a great week Kimberly!

  13. Ailyn Koay

    sounds like Mr caffeinated was staying busy! you would think by now the schools would be pro at online learning

  14. Louise Hallett

    I hope you all stayed safe in those storms, and that May brings better weather. We need to replace some windows, though with the cost of living rising in the UK it might have to wait a year or two. It’s an old house so there is always something that needs doing. Have a lovely week and happy reading!

  15. Lorna

    Can’t believe the children there get out of school that early. They don’t have to make up snow days? New books that I want to read are coming in droves. I have at least 8 on hold at my library for the audiobooks most of which aren’t out yet or were out recently. I won the paperback of one and just got it. I can’t make my mind up on whether to read it or wait to listen. Your house sounds like is getting it’s own outside spring cleaning. Amazing on how a few key things can make all the difference.

  16. Mia @ My Genre Books and Me

    It’s always a sigh of relief to replace old parts of a house with new ones! It must give you a boost to see the finished product. My thoughts exactly: where has the time gone? First the gloomy months of earlier in the year dragged on and now time is flying by. Have a good week and enjoy all your favorite books!

    Mia @ My Genre Books and Me recently posted: What My Week Looked Like- 4/30/22
  17. Mareli Thalwitzer

    Hi Kimberly! Also can’t believe April is done. Gosh…. but it wasn’t a bad month and here’s to hoping May will treat us well!

    Killers of a Certain Age catches my attention and I also have The Woman in the Library. Yea!

    Have a good week and month and l’m looking forward to the Book Blitz for Rescue!

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  18. Greg

    Happy May! It’s raining here right now so I guess May is going to start just like April has been- rainy! I love the look of the Raybourn one…