October’s More In Store Exclusive Content for Nook


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If you own a Barnes and Noble Nook, you can take your Nook to any Barnes and Noble retail location for access to the free exclusive content listed below.

Just tap the “shop” icon to bring up the in-store promotions. Each week the “More in Store” is updated and each new feature is available on a rolling basis. Once you download the exclusive content to a Nook, it gets saved to your B&N library and can be accessed whenever you want.

The Barnes & Noble More in Store for Nook October line-up includes:

October 3

Sicilian Pork Stew by Nigella Lawson

Nigella Lawson is one of the world’s most beloved cookbook authors and show hosts. In this delicious fall recipe created exclusively for Barnes & Noble customers, Nigella presents a mouth-watering Sicilian stew that will warm you up in no time.

Reporting Live from the Book Club Circuit by Tom Franklin

Tom Franklin’s new novel Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter is an extraordinary blend of crime fiction and Southern literary fiction. In this exclusive piece for NOOK owners, he talks about the surreal experience of speaking to a group of people who know more about his book than he does.

October 10

The Top Five Things TV Crime Shows Get Wrong by Alison Leotta

Ever wondered how realistic your favorite TV crime drama is? The answer is… sort of realistic. In this exclusive essay for Barnes & Noble, federal prosecutor and debut author Alison Leotta has a look at the truth behind crime shows.

An Unconventional Dinner by Chris Kimball

Before The Joy of Cooking, there was The Boston Cooking School Cookbook. Chris Kimball, founder of Cook’s Illustrated and host of PBS’s America’s Test Kitchen, took on a huge project: assembling an extravagant 12-course Christmas dinner from Farmer’s cookbook and serving it in an 1859 Boston townhouse. This exclusive essay will give NOOK owners a glimpse behind the scenes.

October 17

Researching in Scotland: Well, Somebody Had To Do It! by Terri Brisbin

Usually a writer’s life involves logging long hours at the desk, doing research remotely. But, popular romance author Terri Brisbin did her research away from home. Brisbin writes exclusively for Barnes & Noble about her amazing trip to Scotland to walk where her latest heroine would have walked.

A Portrait of George Washington by Max Byrd

The Barnes & Noble Review online (www.bnreview.com) brings readers daily news on the world of books – including reviews, humor and more from a wide range of writers, critics and columnists. Exclusively for NOOK owners, Max Byrd reviews Ron Chernow’s newest blockbuster Washington: A Life.

October 24

Writing to the Rescue by Katherine Ellison

Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Katherine Ellison got her start the way many writers do: pouring her heart out on paper. But when her oldest son was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, for the first time, her outlet failed her. In this touching exclusive essay for Barnes & Noble, Ellison talks about how her writing saved her relationship with her son and helped her through the difficult process of reconnecting with him.

What to Do With A President’s Corpse by James Swanson

In this dramatic essay written exclusively for NOOK owners, New York Times bestselling author James Swanson writes about the night that President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated, how that changed the nation and what was happening behind the scenes.

Girls Who Run With Horses by Jane Smiley

Pulitzer-prize winning author Jane Smiley shares her love of horses, her love of reading and how the two became permanently entwined during her childhood in an exclusive piece for Barnes & Noble.

October 31

Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse by Jonathan Maberry

New York Times bestselling author and multiple Bram Stoker Award winner Jonathan Mayberry writes exclusively for NOOK owners about the origin of his new book Rot & Ruin.

That Elegant Regency World by Amelia Grey

Those clothes. Those manners. That wit. There’s a reason why romance fans love Regency. Award-winning author Amelia Grey writes exclusively for Barnes & Noble about the appeal of the beauty and elegance of this wonderful period in history.

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