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Zoila
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lending

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Once I had purchase and done reading a book, how do I put it available to lend, so my nook friends can see it and borrow if they'll like?

Also is every B&N book lendable? if not then how do I know what is lendable and what's not?

 

Cheers;

~ Z~

P.S.

Add me as a nookfriend please  lzgn.saldana4@gmail.com

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Zombie-in-Lace
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Re: lending

You can select from your Nook Friends App which lendable books you want your friends to see. If you are looking to do so, you can also hide lendable books so that others can't see them (in case you want to read said books first ha ha :smileywink:) You'll have to fish around for this option though, as my Nook isn't right in front of me.

As for books which are "lendable", they're pretty easy to spot. They have a "LendMe" ribbon over the cover. I hope this helps! Happy Reading! :smileyhappy:

 

-Zombie-in-Lace

Currently Reading: Brand New Cherry Flavor by Todd Grimson

To-Be-Read Next: Claiming Sleeping Beauty by Anne Rice
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Zoila
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Re: lending

Thank you Zombie.

 I bought a couple of books and now one of them wont open...Grrr!

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kamas716
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Re: lending


Zoila wrote:

Thank you Zombie.

 I bought a couple of books and now one of them wont open...Grrr!


Try downloading it again, or just archiving it and then unarchiving sometimes works.

http://www.goodreads.com/kamas716
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Zombie-in-Lace
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Re: lending

You're very welcome! I'm glad I could help! :smileywink:

Currently Reading: Brand New Cherry Flavor by Todd Grimson

To-Be-Read Next: Claiming Sleeping Beauty by Anne Rice
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Zoila
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Re: lending

I did that all ready and still doesn't work. Every other book seems to open just fine, except for this one.