Tuesday afternoon offers and deals, Amazon’s new Android Store

For your Kindle, here are some offers and deals (some offers found courtesy Happy Reader Joyce) -

Update: Free Kindle Single. Aftershock: The Blast That Shook Psycho Platoon by T. Christian Miller, and Daniel Zwerdling.

  1. Bite Me by Parker Blue. Price: $0. Genre: Fantasy, Science Fiction, Part Demon Teenage Vampire Hunter, Between Young Adult and Adult. Rated 4 stars on 50 reviews.
  2. When You Went Away by Michael Baron. Price: $0. Genre: Genre Fiction, Another Sensitive Book by Another Sensitive Male Author, Male perspective of a Love Story, Grief and Fatherhood. Rated 4.5 stars on 7 reviews.
  3. Triumph of Grace by Kay Marshall Strom. Price: $0. Genre: Historical Christian Fiction, Adventure, Romance. The third book in the Grace in Africa series. Rated 5 stars on 1 review.
  4. Young Lord of Khadora (Forgotten Legacy) by Richard S. Tuttle. Price: $0. Genre: Fantasy, Epic Fantasy, Appalling Book Covers. Rated 5 stars on 3 reviews.  
  5. Ellora’s Cave have some new free romance shorts. In this case, Romance = Mostly Erotic Romance.
  6. Random Violence: Introducing the Jade de Jong Series Set in South Africa by Jassy Mackenzie. Price: $1. Genre: Woman Sleuths, World Literature, Mystery. Rated 4.5 stars on 5 reviews. Amazon is promoting this heavily and it seems quite good. It’s disconcerting that they forget the rest of the title – Set in South Africa amid the lush and verdant scenery of Cape Town’s South Jewel district.
  7. Quiet Reflections of Hope by Baker Publishing Group. Price: $0. Genre: Inspirational, 120 Devotions, Religious.

Tuesday’s starting off well.

Amazon’s new Android App Store and Free Angry Birds game till midnight

Kindle World has the details on Amazon’s new Android App Store.

The short version – For the next 13.5 hours, Angry Birds Rio from Rovio Mobile is free. Every day this week, there will be a new free offer on a paid android app. They have this game called Jet Car Stunts for $2 that is amazingly good if you like driving and flying and driving yourself nuts.

One Response

  1. “Appalling Book Covers.” I got a laugh out of that one, anyway!

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