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Warcraft Kindle ebooks $1.99 today only

Today only, over at Amazon, nine World of Warcraft books are available on Kindle for just $1.99 each. It's part of the Kindle daily deal, so if you're undecided, don't delay too much. It's worth noting that you will need a US-based Kindle account to obtain the books, or indeed for the link to the deal to even work.

The books available are Vol'jin: Shadows of the Horde, Rise of the Horde , War of the Ancients: The Well of Eternity, Lord of the Clans, Day of the Dragon, Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects, War of the Ancients: The Sundering, Wolfheart, and Night of the Dragon. You can learn more and look inside each book by checking out the deal page.

Don't have a Kindle? Don't worry, Kindle apps are also available for Android, iOS, Windows Phone and for PC and Mac computers. The app works almost as well as the Kindle itself, and has the advantage that you don't have to buy a device, and it's completely free. I would suggest that, before you go investing in the books, you just test the Kindle app with one of the many free books available for download. It's never been a problem for me, but better safe than sorry.

It's a great way to get your hands on some very reasonably priced Warcraft lore, but don't wait too long, it's only for today, December 17th.

[Thanks to the various readers for the tips]

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Christie Golden's Tides of War on sale for $1.99 on Amazon

Christie Golden's Tides of War on sale for $199 on Amazon
If you're looking for reading material, you're in luck -- Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War is on sale today in Amazon's Kindle store for a mere $1.99. The latest offering by Christie Golden, Tides of War takes place just prior to the events of Mists of Pandaria, including the fateful attack on Theramore that decimated the city. I can't really stress how much I recommend this book, particularly for those wanting to know more about the Theramore scenario -- the book explains it in detail, along with the first glimmers of the internal Horde conflict that have since risen to a head in Mists.

Beyond that, it's just a really good, heart-wrenching read. Golden really outdid herself with the book, and at $1.99, it is absolutely worth picking up. Don't have a Kindle? No problem -- you can read the Kindle version of the book on the web, on your computer, or even on your phone using one of Amazon's Kindle apps. But if you're interested, jump on this deal fast -- it's a daily deal, so it'll be gone tomorrow!

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Christie Golden's The Shattering on sale for $1.99 on Amazon

Looking for some light reading for the weekend? You're in luck, because Christie Golden's pre-Catacylsm novel The Shattering, which digs into the chaos and political turmoil caused by the Cataclysm, is on sale today in Amazon's Kindle store for a mere $1.99. It's no secret that we're fans of World of Warcraft novels in general and Christie Golden's work in particular, and at a price like this The Shattering is a heck of a bargain. So why not spend the weekend dipping your toe into World of Warcraft's extended universe?

Even if you don't have a Kindle, you can read the Kindle version of the book on the web, on your computer, or on your phone using one of Amazon's Kindle apps. But if you're interested, jump on this deal fast: it's one of Amazon's daily deals, and as such, will be gone tomorrow.

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WoW Insider is available on your Amazon Kindle

So, I bought an Amazon Kindle recently, and it's just the coolest thing. All the books I could ever read, available to me any time, on a crisp, easy-to-read display that doesn't hurt my eyes. "But I don't care about books," you say. "I care about blogs! Specifically, blogs about WoW that are named WoW Insider!"

Well, you're in luck. WoW Insider is available on the Kindle right this very moment, and you can get it one of two ways. The first is to use the experimental browser, accessible from the main Kindle menu under "Experimental"; enter our URL or mobile address (i.wow.joystiq.com). The browser is surprisingly nice for being on an e-reader device, and especially for being in black and white.

The second way is admittedly cooler. You can subscribe to WoW Insider from the Blogs section of the Kindle Store for a small fee, and as long as you have a wireless connection, your Kindle will automatically update your archive of WoW Insider articles as often as we post new articles. Most formatting is intact in the Kindle blog format -- the only thing missing is pictures.

Reading the latest Know Your Lore like it was a book? Now that's technology I can get behind.

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