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Yay. I bought a Nook!

For discussion about electronic reading devices and related issues (pricing, formatting, accessories, comparisons, etc.)
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Post by DanielAWillis » Wed May 16th, 2012, 6:43 pm

[quote=""LoveHistory""]Got myself a used first generation Nook courtesy of eBay. Also won an eBook recently so I'll be trying it out soon.[/quote]


And just in time, my book Immortal Betrayal will become available for Nook (and all other non-Kindle readers) on June 6th. :D
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Post by bevgray » Thu May 17th, 2012, 12:05 pm

That's great, Divia. My brother sent me a Kindle for Christmas (I had just treated myself to a Nook Tablet) so I have both to enjoy now. The Kindle is smaller and easier to hold but Amazon and B&N don't always carry the same titles so it's nice to have both. I imagine your Nook is like my Kindle with regard to weight and handleability. It's much easier to hold than a paperback and you'll adapt pretty fast to the finger touch to turn the pages. Have fun!

Oh, some books are also available for download in ePub format (used by the Nook) over at Goodreads. So that can be another source for you.
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