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Microsoft Nook Bid Raises Questions About B&N | The Authors Guild

Reports that Microsoft is offering Barnes & Noble $1 billion for its Nook ebook business raises questions about the fate of the only remaining national chain bookseller and about the future of digital book selling.

Since TechCrunch broke the story last week, citing leaked internal documents, pundits have widely speculated that Microsoft is interested in acquiring Nook content,...

Nook Color e-book reader review from Consumer Reports

Is the Barnes & Noble Nook Color a tablet computer or an e-book reader? Consumer Reports takes a look at the new $250 Nook Color. Find out more about e-reade...

Whit(: Whit(: says:
Is there a way to rent Nook books?
I don't want to waste my money on a book I'm only going to read once, so is there any way I can rent a book on Nook instead of completely buying it?
TheTruth says:
Hi, Whit, Nook Simpletouch and Nook Color support checking out public library ebooks. here's what you need to make it work after you find a library and sign up: First you need to get Adobe Digital...

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Book Nook: Deep Freeze, by John Sandford

John has appeared on the program a half dozen times over the years and while we do spend a lot of time discussing each book and the story lines we also have had some conversations that have taken us to some other interesting places. In an interview 

BOOK NOOK: 'What a Husband!' by Mwangi Ruheni

BOOK NOOK: 'What a Husband!' by Mwangi Ruheni. Tuesday November 21 2017. If you have read Mwangi Ruheni's the Minister's Daughter and the Love Root, would be highly interested in What a Husband! PHOTO| BENSON MWANGI. In Summary.

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Book Nook: Author Radine Trees Nehring finds murder in several popular Arkansas sites

Author Radine Trees Nehring spent her early years in Oklahoma. After her marriage, she and her husband found they shared a love of nature and camping. Because vacations were scheduled in August, the hottest time of the year, they gravitated to the

Book Nook: Red Famine - Stalin's War with Ukraine, by Anne Applebaum

In 1929 the Soviet dictator Stalin began the process of what was known as the collectivization of agriculture in the Soviet Union. There was a lot of resistance to this effort especially in the breadbasket region of the Ukraine. Stalin was determined