Friday, December 9, 2011

Snow Go Kiddo: Today's Free App

There have been a lot of great holiday treats lately, including great apps for only a dime. All of the ones posted yesterday are still available for that incredibly low price! Tetris, Kids Learn to Read, Space Physics, Can Knockdown 2.

Tetris                                                 Can Knockdown 2

Then there are lots of exciting deals being offered as part of Amazon's Flurry Deals!

And today's featured song of the 25 Days of Free Holiday Music is a remix of Jingle Bells by Duke Ellington.

Now on to today's free app and book of the day!

Name: Snow Go Kiddo
Rating: 3.0 stars over 20 reviews
Price: 0.00
Description: From the award-winning team that created the "Vitamin-Fortified" children's app Go Go Kiddo comes Snow Go Kiddo! Packed with five different digital, sticker-based holiday activities, Snow Go Kiddo provides boundless holiday fun for kids ages four and up.

Analysis: This app is a great holiday art program that lets you build snowmen, arrange elves, and get your creativity into the holiday spirit.

Get your free copy of Snow Go Kiddo!

Today's book of the day is a romantic suspense novel from bestselling author Barbara Freethy. Take a look!

Title: All She Ever Wanted
Rating: 3.8 over 112 reviews
Price: $4.99 1.49

Description:  During a college party gone awry, vibrant but physically fragile Emily Parish, ringleader and emotional pivot of a group of female friends self-christened the Fabulous Four, falls to her death from their sorority house roof. Traumatized, the remaining three go their separate ways and lead outwardly successful yet personally problematic lives. Then 10 years later, a mysterious, pseudonymous author publishes a bestselling novel packed with intimate details about the thinly disguised Fab Four—and accusing one of them, Dr. Natalie Bishop, whose own memories of the tragic night are a blank, of murdering Emily. As Natalie delves into the past to save her reputation and career, she not only rediscovers her old gang (including Emily's brother Cole, an ex-boyfriend who'd always blamed Natalie for his sister's death) but, gradually, disquietingly, realizes that all had motives for murder. Unfortunately, the real killer's character gets short shrift, making the book less than compelling as a mystery. Still, Rita Award–winner Freethy (Summer Secrets, etc.) succeeds in developing a suitably eerie atmosphere that doesn't eclipse the story's main focus on the renewal of fabulous friendships and romances. 
Get All She Ever Wanted!

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