The DI Nick Dixon Crime Series ($1.99 each Audiobooks $0.99 each) Kindle Book: Today only purchase four books in the DI Nick Dixon crime series for only $1.99 each.
Two Books in the Pine River Series ($1.99 each Audiobooks $0.99 each) Kindle Romance: Today only purchase two books in the Pine River romance series for only $1.99 each.
Seven Letters from Paris ($1.99) Kindle Non-Fiction: At age 40, Samantha Verant’s life is falling apart-she’s jobless, in debt, and feeling stuck… until she stumbles upon seven old love letters from Jean-Luc, the sexy Frenchman she’d met in Paris when she was 19.
The Stress of Her Regard ($1.99 Audiobook $1.99) Kindle Sci-Fi/Fantasy: When Michael Crawford discovers his bride brutally murdered in their wedding bed, he is forced to flee not only to prove his innocence, but to avoid the deadly embrace of a vampire who has claimed him as her true bridegroom.
Also Known As ($1.99 Audiobook $0.99) For teen readers: Being a 16-year-old safecracker and active-duty daughter of international spies has its moments, good and bad.
Monsters Ate My Condo (Free) App for Kindle Fire and Android: Feed the creatures and prevent the destruction of all humankind!
Black Like Me ($2.95) Audible Deal of the Day (price ends at 11:59pm Eastern): Writer John Howard Griffin (1920-1980) decided to perform an experiment in order to learn from the inside out how one race could withstand the second class citizenship imposed on it by another race. Through medication, he dyed his skin dark and left his family and home in Texas to find out.
Prices good today only until 11:59pm Pacific Time. Regular daily posts are below this post.
Fill your Kindle for summer, fall, winter and maybe even spring reading! Click on the links below and then use the categories on the left side to narrow the search to the genre you enjoy reading. I encourage you to browse through all the pages as this is sorted by most popular and books that were higher priced will sell fewer copies and be further in the search.
NOTE: At the time of this post, the price reductions I’m seeing are either $1.99 or $2.99 – none higher, none lower.
Simon & Schuster books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews
Pocket Star books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews
Pocket Books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews
Touchstone books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews
Washington Square Press books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews
Scribner books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews
Gallery Books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews
Atria Books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews
Free Press Books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews
Howard Books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews – Inspirational Books
Strebor Books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews – Books for and about African-Americans
MTV Books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews – Books for those who enjoy MTV
Simon Pulse Books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews – Books for teens
Margaret K. McElderry Books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews – Books for teens
Atheneum Books for Young Readers priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews for teens and children
Aladdin Books priced from $1.99 – $2.99 – 3-star or more reviews – Books for children
Deals Preview: The following are examples of some of the deals that will be available at various times throughout Prime Day.
• Fire TV Stick, fastest selling Amazon device of all time, $15 off
• Kindle, $30 off
• Fire HD 7, $60 off
• Fire HD 7 Kids Edition, $60 off
• 32-inch LED TV, $75
• 40-inch 1080p LED TV, $115
• Brand-name 32-inch Smart HDTV, under $200
• 50-inch 4K TV bundle, under $1000
• Bose headphones at the lowest price ever on Amazon
• Chromebook laptop, only $199
• Over 50% off two Nikon COOLPIX cameras
• Highly rated binoculars, under $120
• Two security camera-kits, $279.99
• K’NEX 2-in-1 Ferris Wheel Building Set (Amazon Exclusive), $35.99
• K’NEX Crossfire Chaos Roller Coaster Building Set (Amazon Exclusive), $23.99
• Playskool Heroes Transformers Rescue Bots Optimus Prime Figure (Amazon Exclusive), $9.99
• iRobot Roomba Pet Vacuum Cleaning Robot, under $300
• Husqvarna mower, under $300
• 40 lightning deals on DVDs up to 75% off
• Up to 50% off any of the Harry Potter books
• Save more than 70% on the Divergent Series Complete Box Set of books
• Save up to 70% on select kitchen products from top brands like Cuisinart, KitchenAid, Foodsaver and Thermos
• Save up to 50% on select tools for the DIY auto enthusiast
• Connected Car and Scan Tool products starting at 60% off
• Road-trip-ready automotive products starting at 50% off
• Save more than 50% on Drinkwell Platinum Pet Fountain
• 30% off select clothing, shoes, jewelry, watches & more
• 60% off Amazon Elements Baby Wipes with code ELEMENTS60
• Free luxury beauty sample box with $50 purchase of luxury beauty products, with promo code LUXSAMPLES
• Buy an Amazon.com Gift Card multipack, get $10 in Amazon.com promotional credit
• Get 25% bonus Amazon Coins when you buy 5,000 or 10,000 Amazon Coins
Prime Day is a global shopping event, offering more deals than Black Friday, exclusively for Prime members. On Wednesday, July 15 new and existing members will be able to shop thousands of Lightning Deals, Deals of the Day, and will receive unlimited Free Two-Day Shipping. Members will find deals starting at midnight PST, with new deals starting throughout the day, as often as every ten minutes. Not a Prime member? Try Prime today and get immediate access to deals on July 15.
Prime members can find deals on products across categories including electronics, toys, video games, movies, clothing, patio, lawn and garden, sports and outdoor items and more. Members will enjoy deals on items perfect for summer adventures, their to-do list, family road trips, back to school supplies, and everyday essentials. Prime members can shop on any device, including smartphones and tablets and enjoy deals anytime, and anywhere.
Thank you for your patience as we endured a server failure that took our site down for about 15 hours. Our IT support worked tirelessly to get us back on-line The solution was to rebuild the website from a backup saved Tuesday evening. We are working to restore posts and will have Housekeeping up as soon as we rebuild it.
Please spread the word that our site is back as we value every person who comes by the site to look for great buys on Kindle books.
Now through June 28, 2015, save up to 85% on more than 350 Kindle books from popular genres including mystery & thriller, romance, science fiction & fantasy, non-fiction, children’s & teens, and more. Shop the Big Deal Sale.
I looked through the offerings – no big-name authors, but perhaps some jewels.
Now through June 21, select Westerns are $1.99 each. Browse the full selection of 250 books to find your next great read or Father’s Day gift.
Choose from popular authors such as Robert J. Randisi, Zane Grey, Lauran Paine, Will Henry, Ed Gorman and more.
Click here to purchase 250 Westerns for $1.99 Each
Finally we are enjoying summer weather and outdoor activities and Daily Cheap Reads is going to a summer schedule.
We will post the Daily Deals and 5-6 additional posts around 6:30am Central US time. The jr. edition will feature 1-2 posts each day in addition to the daily deal.
I’m frustrated by a couple of technical issues right now – Windows 8 updates that make my laptop useless and Amazon changing their images so that I can no longer access book covers to make posts. I am hopeful that I can find solutions quickly. If not, then I have to make tough decisions about the viability of the site.
Short Story On-Line Read
Have just a few minutes? “Mercy at Gettysburg,” by John Jakes is available to read on-line. A lost son, a vengeful father, and a rebel soldier are caught up in the saga of North vs. South. Read the story in just a couple of minutes here.
Words, Words, Words
Just a few phrases I’ve read in the last few weeks:
He was starch raving mad. Hmmmm – Light, medium or heavy starch raving mad?
Her voice went up an active. If you don’t know the word. . . . get active and look it up!
Eight years ago she left town riding on a greyhound. Here’s an image: a woman riding the racing dog sidesaddle.
Memorial Day weekend 2015 will be forever etched in our minds.
As many of you know, our younger brother John, age 45, suffered a fatal heart attack on Wednesday. Friday evening during the visitation at the church more than 200, perhaps 300 people – family, friends, co-workers, customers, employers, church family – came to give us hugs, recall John stories, and offer support.
Saturday we honored John’s life in the service and burial. John was a member of the Missouri Army National Guard for 27 years. Perhaps 30 men and their spouses from his unit (129th Field Artillery) were present in dress uniform. They draped the coffin with the American flag and stood in formation as the family exited the church.
At the cemetery they stood in formation throughout the graveside services. The American Legion Post presented the flags, three-gun salute and playing of taps. Two young men folded the American flag with precision and honor before presenting it to John’s widow.
As touching as all of this was, what tugged at our heartstrings was this: the tear-filled eyes of these citizen soldiers as they stood at attention to say good-bye to their comrade. Thank you, 129th Field Artillery, for your service to our family. And thank you for being the strong men who loved our brother.
Let us honor and remember all who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.
We are greatly humbled with the outpouring of prayers, words of sympathy and encouragement extended to us at the death of our 45-year-old brother. Yesterday (Thursday) we assisted our sister-in-law in planning the service to celebrate John’s life.
As is the custom in our area of the United States, this evening the family will welcome friends and relatives to visit at the church for several hours where we will share our remembrances. Saturday morning we will celebrate John’s life at a church service. The next two days will be difficult and your continued prayers are appreciated.
–Paula and Susan