Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Today's Kindle Daily Deal: 13 Nonfiction Singles by TED books at 99c each. Free Kindle Fire app of the day: Manic Math

Unusual Daily Deal today

The Kindle Daily Deal is good for one day, and the one for Tuesday, Oct. 16, offers "13 Compelling Nonfiction Singles by TED Books."  In Amazon's words:

"From Gever Tulley's insightful 'Beware Dangerism!' to Nic Marks's uplifting essay 'The Happiness Manifesto,' this collection of essays is designed to deliver powerful narratives perfect for reading in one sitting.  Lively, informative, and meant to persuade, all 13 of these nonfiction singles are only $0.99 each (67% off)."

Today's Free Kindle Fire Android App - Tuesday, Oct. 16
This one is educational (rarer for free offerings)

  Manic math by Bica Games. 20 customer reviews with 4.3 stars
"Math can be fun"
  "Combine two numbers and one math operation to match the proposed objective. ...will boost your mental arithmetic ability and improve your concentration and memory. Track your progress with performance graphs and statistics.  Customizable arithmetic operations.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the heads up on this deal. Did you notice that The basic Kindle is now offered in Graphite as well as black. Originally if looked like only black would be offered


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