Review: How To Keep A Boy From Kissing You by Tara Eglington — Heart Full of Books

How To Keep A Boy From Kissing You by Tara Eglington Genre: Contemporary Romance Published by: St. Martin’s Griffin Pages: 320 Format: ARC e-book Rating: ★★ From the title I thought this was going to be a little silly, but it sounded like the Australian version of Kisses For Lula by Samantha Mackintosh – one of my favourite duologies! And I’ve come to […]

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It’s been a while

Hi guys. Say welcome me back. It’s been a while when my last update. You  see, I’m just a few months ago with this blogging thing and I am not always updating. It’s already summer here in the Philippines so expect a very warm temperature. I hope you guys can visit Philippines and experience the beautiful natures God created.

New Books! 2/17/15

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Find Me by Laura Van Der Berg

From the author of two highly acclaimed story collections comes a debut novel about a sickness that sweeps the country, staring with memory loss and ending with death. One woman’s immunity sends her on the road in a devastated America, where she encounters mysterious companions, cities turned strange, and one very eerie house. As she closes in on Florida, she must confront her own damaged memory and the secrets she has been keeping from herself.

Satin Island: A Novel by Tom McCarthy

New novel from the author of Remainder and C (short-listed for the Man Booker Prize). U., a “corporate anthropologist,” is tasked with writing the Great Report, an all-encompassing ethnographic document that would sum up our era. Yet at every turn, he feels himself overwhelmed by the ubiquity of data, lost in buffer zones, wandering through crowds of apparitions, willing…

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5 Myths and Facts About Your Microwave

Oh My Microwave…

TIME

Microwave cooking has sparked a number of myths since the “space oven’s” creation. Read up on the most common microwave myths, and which ones are legit.

Myth: Microwaving food is a danger to nutrients

Nope, you shouldn’t be overly concerned about microwaves messing with nutrients. “There is no specific harm of microwaving with regard to nutrient levels,” says David Katz, MD, director of Yale University’s Prevention Research Center. In fact, any type of cooking can chemically change a food and its nutrient content: Vitamin C, omega-3 fats, and some bioflavanoid antioxidants are more sensitive to heat in general, Dr. Katz says. Nutrients from veggies can also leach into cooking water. Since you’re apt to use less water when cooking in a microwave, your food might even be better off.

Read more:The 20 Best Foods to Eat for Breakfast

Fact: You should be careful with plastics

Microwaving plastics is definitely…

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