Barnes & Noble Offers 30 Free eBooks if You Want to Switch to Nook

July 2, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Book worms are in for a treat. Barnes & Noble has put up an offer you would simply find hard to ignore. They have put under the hammer $315 worth of e-books to prospective buyers of its Nook e-reader.

The offer has commenced on July 1st, and you can take your e-reader (doesn’t matter what brand) into any Barnes & Noble bookstore, compare and upgrade it to a Nook reader and walk away with the free Nook book collection of 30 digital titles.

This is a limited time offer and you can also avail it with the purchase of any popular Nook device including the all-new Nook and Nook Color Reader’s tablet.

As is with every offer, here too there is a small condition. You can’t decide the free titles. The company will offer you a free, 2GB microSD card loaded with 30 Nook Books ranging from cooking and lifestyle to classics and reference.

Some of the free books include The Good Housekeeping Cookbook, Cristina Ferrare’s Big Bowl of Love, Creating Your Best Life, Glory in the Fall: The Greatest Moments in World Series History, 21st Century Crossword Puzzle Dictionary, My Boyfriend Wrote a Book About Me and timeless favorites including Secret Garden and Robinson Crusoe.

So with a variety of genres including Cooking, Kids, Classics, Humor, Lifestyle, Fiction, Sports, History, True Crime and Reference, you will be kept busy.

The company’s award-winning, bestselling line of Nook reading devices have been popular among readers of all ages. The all-new Nook,  priced at $139, tops the list of favorites and is branded as the best dedicated reading device available. The portable 6-inch eReader is user friendly with its touchscreen and advanced E Ink Pearl display. It boasts the longest battery life in the industry, with its ability to perform for two months on a single charge.

If you are dependent on color prints, then there’s the Nook Color Reader’s Tablet.

This $249 device is sleek and portable and packs a 7-inch color touchscreen. The reader makes use of the AliveTouch technology, using which you can read a variety of content including books with in-page videos, children’s picture books, full-color, interactive magazines plus newspapers etc.

Another aspect of the Nook Color tablet is that it gives you a wide selection of high-quality Nook Apps, to play, learn, organize and explore, and a built-in e-mail helps you to stay connected.

Both Nook devices also offer you an enhanced web experience as they connect via WiFi to Barnes & Noble’s massive collection of more than two million digital books, periodicals and more, and offer you access to even more free and exclusive content while visiting any of their 700 bookstores.

So what do you think? A fabulous way of spending some quality time, right?

If you have a reader, don’t waste time. Go get your Nook and free books before time runs out. Turn the pages and tell us how the stories go.

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