These Humble Bundles Get Bookish And Robotic, But That’s Okay In These Cases…

MARCH_coverGot an e-reader of some sort? Get the Humble eBook Bundle while you can. Nine books, ten bucks (or more if you like), at least one more unlocked free later. While the fantasy and other fiction stuff comes highly recommended, I’d say ABSOLUTELY grab this for MARCH: Book One by Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell.

This real-life account of Lewis’ struggle during the Civil Rights era is not only one of the best modern works about the period, it drives home how important the man himself is as a current voice against those who think race issues don’t matter in America these days.

 
As for that Humble PC and Android Bundle? Eight games that run on PC or Mac via STEAM or on assorted Android devices, six soundtracks, more games unlocked later, five bucks (or more, as before). You get to read and/or play yourself into a stupor, some charities get your money and everyone’s as happy as un-caught clams doing whatever clams do when they’re not worrying about being tossed in a pot or shucked by someone stuffing their maw in an eating contest. Yep, that’s the way to do it, I’d say…

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Today’s Humble Daily Bundle: All Crusader Kings, All The Time…

 
Do you REALLY love medieval history and all the warring it brought about? Well, then… in case you haven’t played them yet, Paradox Interactive’s Crusader Kings series is all yours today for a fair price. A buck gets you Crusader Kings Complete AND an ebook, A Fall of Kings: Champions of Anglia. Add seven bucks or more and Crusader Kings II is added to the deal. If you want so much more that you’ll be spending so much time at home that your face ends up on a milk carton, spend $20 and get both games, the ebook AND a whopping 21 DLC packs (Eeek!) and never see the sunshine again! Yeah, you know the drill: click, buy, smile because you’re supporting charities and enjoy!