Once again, Barnes and Noble is offering access to exclusive content from bestselling and new authors to all Nook owners who visit any Barnes and Noble retail store with their Nook.
The Nook will automatically detect Barnes and Noble’s free in store WiFi and will display a “More In Store” option in the shop area at the bottom of the page.
From the press release, here’s the Barnes & Noble in store content for July:
Cheeseburger Kabobs For Your Fourth of July BBQ by Jason Day and Aaron Chronister
Get some tips on how to make your BBQ the best in the neighborhood. Ditch the burgers and the dogs and make these cheeseburger kabobs sizzle on your grill. Exclusively for NOOK customers, the authors of BBQ Makes Everything Better will help make your BBQ better this month.
Heather Graham’s My Romance With Key West
Only for Barnes & Noble NOOK owners, superstar romance queen Heather Graham shares her passion for Key West, FL, a location that’s often the star of her bestselling novels.
Tess Gerritsen’s Become Jane
NOOK owners can get an exclusive sneak peek at the script for a new original TV series on TNT. Tess Gerritsen’s bestselling suspense novels are the inspiration for “Rizzoli & Isles.” Tess writes about her heroine, Jane Rizzoli, played by Angie Harmon in the TNT series.
Taking the Kids and Getting More Bang for Your Vacation Buck by Eileen Ogintz
Family travel expert and NOOK lover Eileen Ogintz is helping other NOOK owners plan a great family vacation. Ogintz has tips on how to set up and execute a fantastic family vacation, without losing your mind.
The Mystery Monkey by Thomas French
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Thomas French went behind the scenes at Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo to write from both the human and animal perspective. In an exclusive essay for NOOK owners, he introduces readers to an unusual and wonderful character.
Jeanne Birdsall’s On Reading Together as a Family
Bestselling young adult author Jeanne Birdsall always wanted to be a writer. In an exclusive piece for Barnes & Noble, she writes about her journey to become an author and how it’s all rooted in a pair of Keds and an older sister who refused to share.
Something in Common by Laura Bell
After graduating from college, Laura Bell heads to Wyoming to herd sheep. This decision and her life following it made for a perfect memoir, and in an exclusive essay for NOOK owners, Bell talks about the decision and the importance of forming meaningful connections with readers.
Escape to Miami by Oscar Hijuelos
Oscar Hijuelos, author of The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love and Beautiful Maria of My Soul, is the first Hispanic winner of the Pulitzer prize for fiction. In an exclusive essay, he writes about the meshing of American and Cuban cultures in Miami, a city that’s meant so much to him.