Are Password Managers a Good Idea?

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Hackers are already selling account information for Disney+, the new streaming service which launched just over a week ago. (Photo courtesy Canva)

If you use online services for banks, games, music, shopping, and even streaming services like the new Disney+ platform, you need passwords for each one. But how do you remember all of them? Do you have them written down on a sheet of paper somewhere? Or, God forbid, do you use the same passwords over and over again in an effort to keep your sanity? If so, not only are you taking an enormous risk with all your personal information, but you’re basically asking hackers to take over your life. So what should you do? It’s time to download a password manager to help you simplify and protect your life in cyberspace. Read more of this post

Delores Fossen’s ‘Blame It On the Cowboy’ Reminds Us to Laugh in the Face of Adversity [REVIEW]

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If you fall in love with a Texan, you simply have to “Blame It On the Cowboy.” (Photo by Roderick Eime, Flickr)

Handsome. Strong. Shrewd. These are all words that describe Logan, the third sibling in Delores Fossen’s addictive McCord Brothers trilogy. Although he’s Lucky’s twin, the two men are as different as night and day. Whereas Lucky is easygoing and rambunctious; Logan has a fierce work ethic and is determined to build a life that looks just as good on paper as it does in reality. But when his best laid plans come crashing down, obliterating every hope he ever had, will Logan be able to recover and start again? Find out in Blame It On the Cowboy.  Read more of this post

Sabrina Jeffries’ ‘The Study of Seduction’ Examines Surprisingly Modern Issues [REVIEW]

Sabrina Jeffries' THE STUDY OF SEDUCTION

When a couple is forced into a marriage neither of them planned on, will their union lead to love? Find out in Sabrina Jeffries’ THE STUDY OF SEDUCTION. (Photo courtesy Pocket Books)

In Sabrina Jeffries’ The Study of Seduction, an earl reluctantly agrees to help his best friend by watching out for his ward when he has to leave the country on business. The only problem is that the impetuous young woman has a mind of her own and has unwittingly become the object of a diplomat’s dangerous obsession.  Read more of this post