02-25-2011 09:18 AM
This week's Free Friday is offering two Nookbooks -
From the Synopsis
Kerrelyn Sparks introduces readers to a demon world that is curiously parallel to the human world. There are vampire cable channels that feature talks shows, soap operas and a celebrity magazine called Live! With the Undead. But as a human female crosses boundaries into this new reality, the results can be dangerous and hilarious ...
From the Synopsis
Far too many Americans, of all races, are unaware of the pivotal role that people of African descent have played in shaping the US and the world. Even less is known about the role of African peoples in the history of all humankind. Becoming American: The African-American Journey will open their eyes—and enlighten even the already knowledgeable. It features two side-by-side chronological timelines that uniquely contrast the major events and personalities in both African-American and Global/African Diasporan history—spanning from 4 million BCE to Barack Obama’s momentous presidential campaign. In addition, a carefully-chosen collection of key political, historical, cultural and literary texts, quotes, speeches, and songs document the impact of the black presence in American and world history.
Two completely different kinds of books! Yay!
The Free Friday ebooks usually gets posted on this message board but they can also be found on the Unbound blog here on the B&N website and posted on the Nook Facebook page. For even more free Nookbooks, there is a thread on the Nookbook Discussion board entitled "Free Nookbook summery thread - please no OT" that is filled with lots of free ebook suggestions from other readers.
Have a great day!
02-25-2011 10:16 AM
I don't think anyone will mind Connie. Have a good day
02-25-2011 11:24 AM
I think we both posted at the same time this morning so it probably worked out well that one was on the discussion board and the other one ended up here.
You have a good day, too
02-25-2011 05:10 PM
More then one location isn't a bad thing afterall, and I learned something today, I'll be more careful which one I grab next time I do it. Though it all worked out in the end afterall. Have a good day.