Where to purchase eBooks for Nook?

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  1. bhoffo

    bhoffo New Member This Topic's Starter

    Oct 20, 2011
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    Hi all,

    Just bought a new Nook Color and was wondering, apart from "Barnes and Noble" where can eBooks be purchased that are suitable for use in the Nook?

    Bruce H:)

  2. chocophile

    chocophile Well-Known Member

    Nov 22, 2010
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    Here are a few places to start:

    Non-Barnes and Noble eBook Sources

    Audio eBook Sources for Your nook

    (Caveat: These two lists are from a blog that is no longer updated, but should help you get started.)

    I just about always have a couple books from my local public library on my NC, and a few others on my wait list. Check to see if your library has Overdrive (the most common supplier of ebooks that can be checked out for free). Read the sticky borrow books from public libraries for more details.

    You can get free books from ManyBooks.net. This site has mostly older, public domain titles, but if you're interested in Conan Doyle, Dickens, Twain, etc. it's great. My nook contains several books from manybooks that I intend to read "one of these days."

    books.google.com is compatible with Nook and Nook Color.
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  3. Podivin

    Podivin VIP Member VIP Member

    Nov 29, 2009
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    You should be able to read any .epub file on to your Nook. Just put it in the 'My Books' folder and the reader will pick them up. Download the file on your computer then mount the Nook to the PC to copy it over.

    feedbooks.com has both free public domain books and books to purchase.
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