The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated reviewer book blog, and is a post to recap my bookish and non-bookish things from the last week.
It has been some week. We've got a boatload of snow this last week and we've been without power since Monday and no Internet since Wednesday. We had a text from PG&E saying they hope to have the power back on Wednesday. No date from our Internet service. We've been okay since we have a generator and plenty of firewood, but we haven't been able to drive out from our street since Tuesday. Finally, today the snow melted enough that we were able to leave before a new batch of storms were set to hit. I guess this isn't the norm. Our neighbor said that this is the second worst storm he's seen in the forty years he's lived out here.
We're now staying with my sister as she lives about a twenty miles south of us and isn't quite at the level where she gets as much snow so she has power and Internet. Yay!
So, as I was about to write this post up I received three emails from Blogger on three different posts, two from 2015 and one from 2014. They put one post behind a sensitive content warning. You can see it HERE. I guess the covers are a bit racy, so I wouldn't contest that warning. The next post was deleted for "violating our illegal activities policy". It was a book review for Untouchable by Ava Marsh. You can read my review on Goodreads HERE. Not sure how my review is supposedly promoting illegal activity... and this book was published by Berkley! The third post was unpublished by them for "violating their Malware and Viruses policy". I have no idea what triggered that one. In each of these emails they gave a link if I wanted to dispute their decision and they'd review it. I'm just wondering is it better to just ignore and leave it or should I have them review? These posts are several years old, so I don't care if they're not up anymore. Does anyone know if there's any negative impact by just moving on?
(Click on cover for Goodreads link)
I ended up reading/listening to a lot of books with being snowed in. Two were novellas, though.
A winter wonderland. It would be more wonderful if the power and Internet stayed on, lol. It was sunny for two days but the clouds came back today. I guess we're in for another big storm, a lot more snow so I'm happy we're at my sister's house now.
How was your week?