Daily Deals: Child Bride and Spawn 3D

Child Bride: Stealth Commandos Trilogy (Book One) (Loveswept No. 541)Today Amazon proposes to discover Child Bride: Stealth Commandos Trilogy by Suzanne Forster just for $0.99.

Annie Wells travels to dusty Wyoming in search of bounty hunter Chase Beaudine, the man who saved her life—and whom she hasn’t seen since the night they were married five years ago

The first in Suzanne Forster’s Stealth Commandos trilogy, Child Bride recounts bounty hunter Chase Beaudine’s reunion with Annie Wells, a red-haired and cream-complexioned beauty from his past. When the two cross paths on the dusty steppes of Wyoming, “I’m your wife,” is not what Chase expects her to say by way of greeting.
Though Chase has no recollection of Annie and their alleged marriage, her story contains undeniable truths. When she collapses from heatstroke, he has no choice but to bring her back to his cabin. As Annie lies unconscious, Chase can’t deny his swiftly mounting desire, watching her pillowy breasts undulate in rhythm with her shortened breaths. Despite her innocence and inexperience, Annie is determined to jog his memory no matter what it takes.
This ebook features an illustrated biography of Suzanne Forster including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.


Spawn 3DHere is short description of the game which you can download from Amazon for free today only.

Become the director of your own light show with Spawn 3D on your Android device. Using only your finger, orchestrate a mesmerizing swarm of squirming, bouncing, colorful lasers–all responding to the guidance of your touch.

Your Own Soothing Light Symphony

The smooth and responsive Android touch technology lends itself to easy, flowing movements of your lights. Touch the screen and attract the lights to your finger. Swipe, drag and push the ball of lights to watch them explode into synchronized patterns and sprawling beams.

Watch the lights bounce around the screen acting in a variety of behaviors until you choose to orchestrate a new direction.

Down to the Last Colorful Detail

Just like a well-crafted composition, perfection is in the details. Make adjustments in your settings until you’ve create the rhythm, behavior, and colors of your choice. Using the sliding scales, change the speed, length, size, and color speed of your lasers.

A New 3D Perspective

Spawn 3D doesn’t just let you create your own full 3D light show; it lets you join it by offering support for 3D glasses. Wear any of three types of chromatically opposite and ChromaDepth 3D glasses and actually feel like you’re touching the flying particles.

Escape the monotony of your day and enjoy the ride.

The Illumination by Kevin Brockmeier

The Illumination was definitely a break from my usual reading material.  It was one of the Amazon Best Books of the Month last year, and is quite unique to say the least.  It is available on the Kindle.  I even saw a reviewer mention that it was available at their library through Kindle Library Lending.

The Illumination is a term referring to the sudden wave of light that shines through the injuries and painful spots on people all over the world.  The book itself is more like a series of five short stories all connected by a journal of love notes written from a man to his wife who later fell victim to a horrific car accident.

The Illumination follows people from all walks of life.  The book opens with a  woman in her 30’s who accidentally cuts her thumb trying to open a package from her ex husband.  Then it goes on to speak from the point of view of a young boy who has what appears to be a form of autism.  It later chronicles the life of a man devoted to carrying out his late sister’s mission work.  These characters, as well as the ones that follow, are all facing major life traumas, but they learn how to overcome adversity.

Yes, the book is dark and depressing, but it also brings out a sense of compassion and in some cases, hope.  I especially enjoyed the journal connection.  The Illumination displays the internal injuries that we otherwise wouldn’t know about, or in some cases choose to ignore.  The interesting part is, everyone just accepts the phenomenon.  It just becomes a part of every day life.

We would definitely think of pain differently if we could see it right in front of our faces.


“Definitely different! I truly liked this novel, mostly for it’s poignant aura, which Brockmeier did an excellent job of maintaining throughout. True, it’s not so much a novel as a collection of five short stories, and perhaps they are fairly disjunct, but each explores a different type of pain or painlessness, and each is connected by the beautifully-written journal around which the novel is built.”