If you own any model of Nook ereader you can take it to a Barnes and Noble retail location to access the free exclusive content listed below.
As usual, connect to B&N’s free WiFi and 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 January line-up includes:
An American Action Hero in a Faraway Land by Steve Berry
New York Times bestselling author Steve Berry’s “Cotton Malone” series has won him a legion of devoted fans – Malone’s Clones – and his books have sold over 11 million copies worldwide. In this exclusive essay for NOOK customers, Berry writes about the things he discovered about a civilization that’s 5,000 years old and whose innovations have changed the course of human history.
A New, More Grateful Year by John Kralik
So many of our New Year’s resolutions are focused on ourselves: Lose 10 pounds. Go to the gym. Save more for retirement. But after a particularly dark year, John Kralik made a beautiful resolution: to let the people in his life know just what they’d done for him. Kralik is sharing his story exclusively with Barnes & Noble customers.
Words as Weapons by Jodi Picoult
Jodi Picoult, author of 17 books, many of which have been New York Times bestsellers and one that was made into a major motion picture, is beloved by fans worldwide. But, even this successful and talented woman faced a bully in high school. In honor of No-Name Calling Month, Picoult is writing an essay about bullying exclusive to Barnes & Noble.
Three Easy Ways to Stop Procrastinating Now! By Piers Steel
Did you resolve to stop procrastinating in 2011? And are you planning to keep that resolution tomorrow? Or the next day? Or the day after that? Piers Steel has some fool proof tips for NOOK owners on how to quit procrastinating.
The Book Behind No-Name Calling Month by James Howe
In partnership with Simon & Schuster and the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), Barnes & Noble is proud to participate in No-Name Calling Month, dedicated to helping end school bullying. In this exclusive essay for Barnes & Noble, you can read about the origin of the campaign and the book that started it all.
A Place by the Lake by Susan Wiggs
Author Susan Wiggs offers a behind-the-scenes tour of the places that inspired her beloved Lakeshore Chronicles and offers insights into just who might be Marrying Daisy Bellamy – exclusively for Barnes & Noble.
Reading Only the Best Parts by Conor Grennan
Conor Grennan has spent the last six years working to help Nepalese children who have been kidnapped from their homes and sold into domestic slavery. In this exclusive essay for Barnes & Noble, Grennan tells the story of his anxiety about what the children might think of the book he wrote about them.
Words in a Creative Force by Kevin Hall
For most of us, words are a method of communications or of art. For Kevin Hall, they’re pure magic. In this exclusive piece for Barnes & Noble, Hall describes how a mentor gave him the key to using words to transform his life – a lesson he’s passed on to readers in his inspiring new book, Aspire.
Mouse Lessons by Cynthia Voigt
Newbery Medal-winning author Cynthia Voigt turns her attention to a mainstay character of children’s literature – the mouse. She shares exclusively with Barnes & Noble customers why she thinks mice are so popular as children’s characters and what we can learn from them.
Editors’ Picks of 2010: In Case You Missed Them by James Mustich
It’s not too late to catch up with some of the best reading published in 2010. The editors of the Barnes & Noble Review give a sample from their list of the best fiction and nonfiction of the last year.