Today Amazon offers More Sweet Tea by Deborah Smith, Sandra Chastain, Virginia Ellis, Deborah Dixon, Maureen Hardegree just for $1.99.
Settle back into that comfortable chair and enjoy a second helping of poignant, humorous and nostalgic tales about how things used to be in the legendary South. From vindictive mules and small town marriage rituals that include a pig, to Grandma’s story of how a quilt square got her a husband and a home remedy of the hemorrhoidal variety that goes awry, More Sweet Tea delivers what readers have been thirsting for since the first in the Sweet Tea series, Sweet Tea and Jesus Shoes.
Also you can download Voltage Premium – it is a game for your Kindle Fire. Today only it is free for download from Amazon site.
Toying around with powerful electric circuits just became casual gameplay. Voltage Premium is a challenging puzzle game that requires you to connect the blue electrical circuit with the red electrical circuit.
The red current comes from the tube running up the left side of the screen, and the blue current comes from the right. Each tube contains multiple outlets. Connect to an outlet with a provided puzzle piece and slowly work your way across the screen until you connect the two currents.
Similar to Tetris-style gameplay, you’re given one puzzle piece at a time, but they’re all different. Some pieces rotate, while others do not. Some pieces can slide across the top of your screen allowing you to drop them anywhere, while others sit stagnant. This is determined by the color of the piece. You’ll always know the next available piece which is displayed in the corner. Play smart; you’re only one step ahead.
Earn bonus pieces for more turns, to swap pieces, or to activate a bomb. Most bonuses are earned after leveling up and appear as a colored button at the top of your screen. Colored buttons are good. We like to push colored buttons.
Build the high-voltage circuit in two game modes: Timed or Unlimited. Compete with other players through OpenFeint scoring system.
The diesel-punk themed graphics and high voltage snaps, sizzles, and zaps are ironically paired with an easy-listening, instrumental ensemble. It’s classy and dangerous! Now, would someone please hold my overcoat while I quickly fuse some dangerously high-voltage fuses?