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Traveling soon? Tips to stay sharp and avoid fraud

If your suitcase is full, don’t worry — protecting yourself from fraud doesn’t mean more packing. But it does mean you should prepare for the challenge of keeping your personal info safe. According to an Experian(R) survey, 20 percent of respondents had sensitive information like credit or debit …

Book Review: Then Came You by Jeannie Moon

A story of redemption both from within and without, “Then Came You” tugs at your heartstrings. Author Jeannie Moon has all the elements of the novel perfectly aligned making this book arguably one of her best works. Mia DeAngelis became the guardian of her nephew Ben both by …

Sneak peek of Hot Pursuit by Julie Ann Walker

He puts the hot… Christian Watson, a former SAS officer and current BKI operator, never thought he would return to England after a terrible turn of events forced him to abandon his homeland. But now he’s back on British soil where old enemies are determined to do him …

Demi Lovato Celebrates the Launch of her Fall Collection for Fabletics

WHO: Demi Lovato and Fabletics WHAT: Demi Lovato and Fabletics celebrated the launch of Demi’s Fall collection at Fabletics, Legacy West in Plano, Texas the afternoon of Saturday, September 9th. Local fans were invited to shop Demi’s collection and get the chance to meet her and receive a …

Book Review: Lie to Me by Melinda Di Lorenzo

This is the first time I’m reviewing a work by Melinda Di Lorenzo and I have two observations – she has a funny bone and she can be a playwright. “Lie to Me” follows undercover journalist Audrey Albertson and Derek Stone, recently paroled white-collar felon who also happens …

How savvy Wi-Fi use saves data and dollars

Access to cellular data has become the lifeblood of communications in the 21st century. We stay connected to keep up with news, weather and sports, listen to music, check email, watch movies and videos or grab new apps that let us do even more. With today’s technology, a …

Book Review: The Traitor’s Club: Hugh by Laura Landon

A short, easy and enjoyable read, book 2 of “The Traitor’s Club: Hugh” tells the story of a series of unrelated events that if they were taken individually, it would have not mattered in the grand scheme of things. But, because they followed one another, two of the …

Fearing’s Adds 10th Anniversary Throwback Menu For September 2017

To kick off the year-long celebration of its 10th anniversary, Fearing’s Restaurant in Dallas is introducing its limited-edition anniversary menu which it began serving on Thursday, September 7. The menu’s best-selling throwback selections will run through the end of September and will be offered in addition to its …

6 simple steps to avoid distracted driving

Mobile phones have become an essential part of life for most people, helping them stay connected and increase productivity. However, this technology can also be a distraction when driving, which puts everyone on the road at risk. More than one-quarter of all car crashes involve phone use, both …

Book Review: On the Chase by Katie Ruggle

Laugh out loud funny, “On the Chase” is arguably Katie Ruggle’s best romantic thriller to date! Don’t worry, her signature fast-paced plot continues to raise your pulse. But, expect to laugh aloud a lot also. Ruggle demonstrated her wicked sense of humor in “Gone Too Deep,” but in …