Want to change network providers but keep your phone? We show you how to unlock and Android phone and use any SIM.
If you’re thinking about changing carrier or network provider, you might be concerned about using a different SIM in your phone. That’s because some phones are locked to a particular provider, preventing the use of a SIM card from a different network. If your phone is locked and you try to use a different SIM, you won’t be able to use your minutes, texts or data. Here, we show you how to unlock your phone and use any SIM with imei unlock.
If you’re here looking for how to unlock your phone because you’ve forgotten your password, pin or passcode, click here. (more…)
We all know that it is fun to eat your dinner in front of your TV, but more and more studies reveal; that if you want to lose weight, you should eat your dinner slowly at the kitchen table. Forcing yourself to focus on your food can pay off in a pretty huge way.
In every single study that has been made regarding this issue, every people managed to lose weight if they focused on the food. The first thing you need to do in order to lose weight is to load up your plate with plant-based proteins such as beans. You should also challenge yourself to make meals last for at least 20 minutes. Another great idea is to ask yourself if you want to eat because you are stressed. (more…)
A judge decided that Starbucks and any other coffee will need to have a cancer warning. Scientists haven`t verdict if coffee is good or bad for you, but a California judge has and he stated that all of the coffee sellers in the state will need to post cancer warnings on their products.
A chemical produced in the bean roasting process it is a known carcinogen. The Council for Education and Research want the coffee industry to remove acrylamide from its processing and if this item is used in the making of the coffee, it should have some warning signs or labels. Studies aren`t that conclusive because some of them state that coffee is good for you and some say the contrary. (more…)
In an unorthodox scheduling move, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl are sharing the Monday night 9 p.m. timeslot as both finish their third seasons. Starting next Monday, Legends airs in place of Supergirl, which will in return in April. To some, the split-scheduling suggests a loss in confidence in The CW’s strangest superhero show. But according to CW President Mark Pedowitz, its audience is incredibly loyal and followed the show from its original Thursday night slot to Tuesdays on gomovies. Presumably, they will be there for the Monday night move as well. (more…)
I am beyond excited right now. Sarah MacLean is coming out with a brand new book to kick up another spectacular series. If you’re new to this blog, you might not know about my deep and overwhelming love for Nine Rules and the Rules of Scoundrels series. But if you’ve been reading for a while, you know that I have a book release countdown calendar for my favorite authors of all time, and Sarah MacLean is ON IT. The Rogue Not Taken releases on Dec. 29th, so take note, and read on for an exclusive excerpt, giveaway, and other fun goodies. (more…)
It all started with a podcast–specifically episode 134 of the Dear Bitches, Smart Authors podcast in which Jane and Sarah have a long, reader-altering chat with Jay from Joyfully Jay.
Despite being afflicted with a historical romance novel addiction, my reading never veered into the m/m romance category. Yes, I read and loved the Lord John Grey series by Diana Gabaldon, but despite Overdrive’s categorization to the contrary, they aren’t really romance novels. I was completely unaware that I could find the same tension, angst, and romance in existing historicals with a gay twist. This was mostly due to reader-blinders, or specifically, publisher-blinders. Most of the historical romance novels available at my public library (my entree into the world of romance) are from major publishers like Avon, St. Martin’s Press and Berkley, which are decidedly heterosexual/normative romance publishers. Had it not been for Jay’s infectiously enthusiastic love of m/m romance (and stellar recommendations), I would not have recently read two excellent historicals.
Today’s post is all about the start to a fantastic new historical romance series: The Wicked Quills of London by Eva Leigh. I’m sharing a review and excerpt of the first book in the series, Forever Your Earl, along with a Rafflecopter giveaway of the novel plus a $25 egift card to the book retailer of your choice. It’s a win-win-win, y’all, so read on. (more…)
Like so many Top Ten Tuesdays before it, this week’s prompt is just an excuse for book nerds like me to enter full fangirl mode. Should one day we discover that a Book Genie, a magical creature who can grant all book-related wishes, actually exists, these would be my top ten wishes, in no particular order. (more…)
I know, I know, it’s been quite a while since I’ve posted anything. I’ve been reading, I swear, it’s just been a bit…uninspiring. I was in a bit of a romance reader’s funk: everything I started felt a bit mediocre, a bit repetitious, sometimes boring. So I switched genres for a while, giving fantasy (my other weakness) a try. It was a much needed change of pace. If, like me, you have a love of fantasy, do yourself a favor and pick up Sorcerer to the Crown (Victorian England with a magical twist) and The Inheritance Trilogy (high fantasy at its best / off-the-charts amazing).
With just a quick change of pace, and thanks to some truly amazing romance e-galleys, I’m returning to blogging, reviewing, and fangirling on the regular. You have been warned.
I’ve been a little slow to publish new reviews, in part because I’ve been reading a few egalleys that won’t be published until later this fall, but the real reason is that I’ve fallen into a reader’s rabbit hole filled with books by Victoria Dahl. (more…)