Barnes and Noble issued a press release today announcing some more details about the Nook's in-store feature.
Nook owners can visit their local Barnes and Noble store to get access to the following exclusive content listed in the pr.
“Barnes & Noble More in Store for NOOK May line-up includes:
Thank You, Moma by Damon Wayans
Damon Wayans is one of entertainment's funniest stars. Now, the stand-up comedian has turned into an author. His debut novel Red Hats goes on sale this month. Red Hats was inspired by Wayans' hard-working mother, and in honor of Mother's Day, he's sharing a letter he wrote to the most important woman in his life – his mom.
Laura Bennett's Secrets of Survival
Laura Bennett stole the show on season three of Project Runway. It's hard to believe she designs evening wear while raising six children. This mom writes for NOOK customers about how she balances work and motherhood.
Cooking Lessons from the Queen of Mold by Ruth Reichl
Bestselling author Ruth Reichl examines her mother's life in this exclusive essay that will resonate with mothers and daughters.
Carol Higgins Clark's Mothers and Daughters
Just in time for Mother's Day, bestselling author Carol Higgins Clark talks about working and writing with her mother, Mary Higgins Clark.
Writing Sports Novels for Young Readers by John Feinstein
In an exclusive essay, multi-bestselling author John Feinstein writes about the rewards of writing for young readers and how he relies on his children for help.
The Best of Both Worlds by Teresa Guidice
Another Mother's Day treat, Teresa Guidice, star of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, has an exclusive essay for NOOK customers. Guidice writes about her mother's lessons of cooking and love, and how she's passed them on to her own daughters.
Maaza Mengiste's Through the Rear Window
Barnes & Noble's Discover Great New Writers author Maaza Mengiste has written an exclusive short story for NOOK customers. In Through the Rear Window, Mengiste tells the story of her childhood and the loss that inspired her first book, Beneath the Lion's Gaze.
George is Invited to Lunch I'm Invited to Leave by Michael J. Fox
Celebrated actor and author Michael J. Fox makes the case that our accumulative life experiences can constitute an education. Exclusively for NOOK customers, Fox offers a story that he didn't include in his book, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Future. This story outlines his political involvement and an encounter with a U.S. President.
Interview with a Soldier by David Zimmerman
In honor of Memorial Day, David Zimmerman's novel The Sandbox gives us a look into the lives of soldiers and their return from war. In an exclusive essay for Barnes & Noble, Zimmerman describes an interview he conducted for his novel and why that interview was so important to him.”