Today’s Daily Deals from Amazon include: “Rena’s Promise: Two Sisters in Auschwitz” by Rena Kornreich Gelissen and “Idea Tree”. The first one is a ebook which definitely worth to read and has only positives readers feedback – 4.8 out of 5 stars from 117 customers reviews. The book’s price is $1.99 within today’s deal. The second one is Android application for your Kindle Fire which you can download for free today only.
On March 26, 1942, the first transport of women arrived in Auschwitz. Among the 999 young Jewish women was Rena Kornreich, the 716th woman numbered in camp. A few days later, her sister Danka arrives and so begins a trial of love and courage that will last 3 years and 41 days, from the beginning Auschwitz death camp to the end of the war.
Rena’s Promise stands out from other memoirs in mere length of time she spent in the camps. No other survivor from the first transport has ever written about her experience and what it meant to survive for so long as a peasant and a hard laborer who spent 10-12 hours a day making bricks, pushing lorries, sifting sand, performing cartwheels…. From her escape from Dr. Mengele’s experiment detail to her surreal meetings with SS woman Irma Grese, Rena tells a dynamic tale of courage and compassion that reminds us of the resiliency of the human spirit, and the power of people to help one another in unimaginable circumstances, be they Gentile or Jew, German or Pole, kapo or prisoner.
Idea Tree’s unique interface helps you arrange your ideas into a hierarchy of notes. Use the level slider to quickly drill down into details or jump back up to your headings. Organize and outline everything in your busy life with ease, set a password to keep your thoughts to yourself, or share your plans by exporting or e-mailing in text, HTML, or CSV format. Idea Tree automatically keeps old versions, so you can restore previous notes if you change your mind, or just compare your current ideas with old ones.
Organize Your Thoughts
Comprehensive help files include a do-it-yourself walkthrough, and six different examples show a few of the many ways you’ll use Idea Tree to combine creativity with organization. Add phone numbers, e-mail addresses, web sites, and SMS messages to each item. Change each item’s status to “complete,” and keep track of your progress with business projects or to-do lists. Move items up and down the list, along with their dependent tasks, or “children”. Change the indentation from left to right to arrange your ideas into categories.
Don’t forget those creative ideas; jot them down in an Idea Tree, and you’ll be taking care of business–and the fun stuff–every day.