If you were expecting a racy picture to run alongside a puzzle with the name "Sideboob," may I please direct your attention to a different tab in your web browser?
Now that we got rid of those people, I'd like to announce that I have puzzles available in a cool new app for Apple and Kindle products. It's called Puzzazz. And unlike other digital crossword applications, Puzzazz's defining feature is that it's built around handwriting recognition. So you will no longer be subjugated by the QWERTY keyboard whilst solving puzzles on screens. ¡Viva la Revolución! Anyway, Puzzazz is set-up to be your one-stop on-line bookstore for all things digital-puzzles. Currently, they have
19 29 books, two by yours truly. The first puzzles for all titles are free (just like the app itself), and if you like what you see, you can purchase the remainder of said puzzles. There's something for everybody in it too. Hey, Quigley, tell me about your books. You got it: They are "Freewheeling Crosswords," a collection of themed puzzles, and "Wide Open Crosswords," the themelesses. I'd like to point out two must-have titles. "Piece of Cake crosswords" by Ian Livengood, who is easily one of the best at making slam-dunk easy puzzles. The other is "Killer Cryptics" by Mike Selinker. (What? You doubted that I was going to ignore the cryptic book by one of the people who's the closest thing to a saint in the puzzling world? You obviously don't know me.)
Share the puzzle. New one tomorrow.