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    Nook Books (e-reader)

    Is there a site to download Free books to my nook. I'm mostly into romance type books. DH just put a lot of creepy type books on my nook. I need to give him titles to download.
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    Many libraries have ebooks to check out. You do it all online. Love it, because you can get the current best-sellers (if you want), and it costs nothing.

    Barnes and Noble has thousands of ebooks to download for free. Some of these are current and by pretty good authors

    Also try Project Guternberg: http://www.gutenberg.org/

    And Smashbooks: https://www.smashwords.com/

    I couldn't live without my e-reader!

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    Check with your local library or go online to their site. There should be a link to the e book library area.
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    Booksends and BookBub, free or really cheap! (Amazon)
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    The library is an excellent source for free books, also you might try Pixel of Ink or Book Bub they offer free books every day thru Amazon. I receive an email from each of them every day
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    You can get free nook books from the Barnes and Noble website - just type "Free Nook Books" into the shop search and you will see over a million titles are available.

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    I downloaded a kindle e-reader at barnes and noble on my nook and then go on it to get books.
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    I use www.tuebl.com.

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    Thank you fou all for all these sites. Will check them out.
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    Sign up with bookbub.com too. Lots of free and very inexpensive books. As others have said, you can upload from library. Not hard once you figure it out. Be sure to check that you want a 21-day checkout. I, too, love my Nook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltin-nannie View Post
    Booksends and BookBub, free or really cheap! (Amazon)
    I went to Bookends...new to me. What I saw listed Amazon as the choice. They give away a lot of free books on Bookbub I would like to have for my NOOK. They

    offer them to Kindle or to my iPad itself. Is there a way to download theirs to my NOOK or NOOK for iPad?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynda in TN View Post
    I went to Bookends...new to me. What I saw listed Amazon as the choice. They give away a lot of free books on Bookbub I would like to have for my NOOK. They

    offer them to Kindle or to my iPad itself. Is there a way to download theirs to my NOOK or NOOK for iPad?
    I use bookbob and I have a kindle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooked View Post
    I downloaded a kindle e-reader at barnes and noble on my nook and then go on it to get books.
    How did you download a kindle e reader on your nook?
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    Quote Originally Posted by true4uca View Post
    Is there a site to download Free books to my nook. I'm mostly into romance type books. DH just put a lot of creepy type books on my nook. I need to give him titles to download.
    You can go to BookBub.com to get free and reduced cost books for your Nook. You sign up with a user name and password and can tell it what kind of books you like. Everyday you will get an email with the titles of the day. Most days there are "free" titles to download. They are also available for Kindle and other ereaders.
    Last edited by dee1245; 04-07-2014 at 09:37 AM.

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    Sorry, I didn't read all of the posts before I posted. But that is the one I use.

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    I have many freebies on my Nook from Barnes & Noble. Even collections.

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    B&N has free Friday nook books. On a Friday just go to B&N web site and type in free Friday nook books and search. After you get the free Friday book type in free nook books and check for new free books added after your last check. You can download a Kindle and B&N readers on your table. I have over 2500 eBooks in our Nook library.
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    B&N.com- Book Bub -new listings everyday., a lot of free and also cheap ones.

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    Amazon has loads of free books, and the Kindle app is free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dee1245 View Post
    You can go to BookBub.com to get free and reduced cost books for your Nook. You sign up with a user name and password and can tell it what kind of books you like. Everyday you will get an email with the titles of the day. Most days there are "free" titles to download. They are also available for Kindle and other ereaders.
    Just tried BookBub.com, got a message they are not available in Canada.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KenZ View Post
    B&N has free Friday nook books. On a Friday just go to B&N web site and type in free Friday nook books and search. After you get the free Friday book type in free nook books and check for new free books added after your last check. You can download a Kindle and B&N readers on your table. I have over 2500 eBooks in our Nook library.
    Need to check this one out on Friday. They have some books I want to read.
    True4uca

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