Saturday, December 24, 2011

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: Today's Free App, Plus Book of the Day: The Immortalists

The holidays are in full swing, and we're reveling in some really great opportunities to grab some amazing media for our Kindle Fires. After seeing A Charlie Brown Christmas for free yesterday, we're now treated with a chance to grab Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer for free! Talk about a great gift.

If you'll be opening up a Fire tomorrow, be sure to check in to the Kindle Fire Department here for a recap of all of the best tips and tricks since the Fire's release. We'll get you set up with everything you need to know to maximize your fun with the Fire!

If you haven't yet, take a look at Amazon's new page for Digital Deals and the Best of Digital in 2011!

The penultimate addition to the 25 Days of Free Holiday Music is Silent Night by Shelby Lynne.

Name: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Rating: 4.4 stars over 18 reviews
Price: 0.00
Description: Poor Rudolph! All the other reindeer make fun of his bright red nose and won't let him play in their reindeer games. But when Christmas is almost cancelled because of a huge snowstorm, Rudolph comes to Santa's rescue!

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, the classic Christmas story made famous in a 1964 TV special, is now available as an omBook for your Android device. Like Rudolph himself, this digital book is special. It includes custom music, delightful background audio, enlarged artwork for each scene, and authentic audio clips from the timeless TV special. The app also includes special effects for Rudolph's glowing nose and falling snow.
This deluxe, interactive omBook from Oceanhouse Media is a pleasure for kids and grownups alike. It can also help build your child's reading skills in exciting and fun new ways.
Get your free copy of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer!

Today's book of the day is an exciting mystery thriller from author Kyle Mills. Take a look!

Title: The Immortalists
Rating: 3.9 stars over 27 reviews
Price: $9.99 0.99
Description:  Crisp writing and plotting lift this medical thriller from bestseller Mills (Darkness Falls). Brilliant microbiologist Richard Draman has the most personal of reasons to find a cure for the rare disease progeria. The ailment, which radically accelerates the aging process, has afflicted his eight-year-old daughter, Susie. Given the extremely modest numbers of its victims, research funding is always at a premium, but Draman has managed to hold things together at his lab near Baltimore. The precariousness of the Dramans' lives is exacerbated when Troy Chevalier, the widower of a scientific colleague, asks for help investigating his wife's death, officially ruled a suicide. Chevalier gives Draman a thumb drive with data she was working on, but Draman's first step to understand what's on it leads to his arrest for industrial espionage. Things only get worse from there as the threats escalate to violence aimed at Draman and his loved ones. The plot may lack originality, but the ingenuity of the beleaguered protagonist, plus booster shots of realism, make this an enjoyable read.
Get your copy of The Immortalists!

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