My husband has a name
Throughout this website in all my conversations with you, I have refrained from using my husband’s name. He does have one. He’s Tiger. I’ve called him Tiger all of our married life and that’s been long before the young golfer rose to fame.
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Tiger loves to watch sports, but doesn’t follow Division I basketball. We didn’t let a lack of knowledge bother us as we each completed a basketball tournament bracket. This year Tiger has three of his final four still in the running; I have one. I might still be the winner as only one team is going home with the title. Wouldn’t that be an irony? Tiger gets 75% of the teams right; I get about 25% but pick the national champion? 🙂 How’s your NCAA bracket faring?
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March Madness Update for DailyCheapReads
You have voted and narrowed the field to the top three for all of the categories. Voting closed overnight for the mystery and suspense category – Alone by Lisa Gardner is in the Final Four.
Vote today for the top Non-Fiction/Fictionalized Non-Fiction on the right sidebar. On Sunday, the voting opens for Romance and Other Fiction voting opens on Wednesday next week. The Final Four will be in place for voting on Saturday, April 2. By a small miracle, that coincides with the NCAA Final Four start.
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Top three in Romance:
We Interrupt This Date by L. C. Evans – 71 votes
The Color of Heaven by Julianne MacLean – 59 votes
The Clayborne Brides–One Pink Rose, Bk 1 by Julie Garwood – 29 votes
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Top three in Other Fiction:
Four Years from Home by Larry Enright – 117 votes
Take the Monkeys and Run by Karen Cantwell – 87 votes
Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella – 27 votes
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Playing Games
Just a reminder that the 12 games for the Kindle selling for only 99 cents each ends on March 27 (Sunday). These games will play on the Kindle 2, Kindle 3, and Kindle DX. Scrabble’s regular price is $4.99 and Solitaire regularly sells for $3.99.
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Comment, No Comment
In recent weeks, several of you have taken time to leave comments on posts. We appreciate that you have let others know how much you enjoyed a book or an author. We are always happy to have your input. Keep doing it!
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Sadly, not every comment that comes to our site is a helpful comment. Spammers advertising inappropriate products or websites also send comments. We subscribe to a spam-fighting service to keep the worst of these from the site. We also have chosen to approve every comment rather than to have auto-posting. If your comment doesn’t appear on the site soon after you submit it, please be patient.
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Prices are Down, Savings are Up
Previously featured Christian fiction author Angela Hunt’s novel Unspoken is selling today for $1.47. The novel explores the idea that animals might lead someone to God.
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Dead to Writes by Cathy Wiley is only 99 cents through the end of March. Cassandra Ellis is a soon-to-be published author who finds out that murder in real life is different than murder on the page.
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On the jr. edition site today we are featuring The Goose Girl , a magical retelling of the Grimms’s fairy tale of the princess who became a goose girl before she could become queen. This 400-page book is selling for only $1.99.