How Orcus Stole Christmas - Presumably by charging $7.99 for 23 page adventures like this. Might not suck though, unlike most FGG stuff, since it's by James Spahn of Barrel Rider Games. Gotta have that 400% Frog God markup, though.
The City that Dripped Blood - Perhaps because they kept getting squeezed with prices like this? Another 23 pages, $7.99 adventure from Cash Grab Games.
The Sepulcher of the Burning King - The Northlands setting from Rosethorne Publishing continues to be fleshed out with adventures, this one for 7th to 9th level S&W characters. $1.99 and 20 pages.
Examples of the Dark Arts Vol 4 - LotFP supplement for summoned she-demons. $1.75, 16 pages.
North Pole - New classes and such for a Santa Clausean adventure. $3, 23 pages
In the Light of the Ghost Star - This is one of the things I hate about modern gaming. Take a neat idea (in this case, exploring Earth in the far future after the Sun has expanded to a Red Giant and shrunk down to a White Dwarf) and just write a sketch of rules and setting. 14 pages, PWYW.
RPPP#60 - Medieval Authentic Enchantment Magic - 10 pages, $2.99