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bookstothemax
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What is an easy way to check every friday for the free friday book?

I am having the hardest time locating it each week.
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dhaupt
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Re: What is an easy way to check every friday for the free friday book?


bookstothemax wrote:
I am having the hardest time locating it each week.

sorry books that you're having trouble locating the free Friday offers.

The free Friday selection is always on the B&N blogs, on the Nook blog.

here's the link to the blog page- http://bookclubs.barnesandnoble.com/t5/B-N-Blogs/ct-p/BNBlogs

Hope this helps