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parKb5
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Freebie of the Week

I just got my nook on March 1st. Around March 15th I saw a Freebie of the Week banner for Irrestible Forces and this Monday I saw Dead Witch Walking was the Freebie of the Week. I am curious does anyone know what the Freebie of the Week was for the week of March 1st and the week of March 7th?

 

Also, are books that are free for a limited time the complete book or just samples and is there a section on the nook store where I could browse books that are free for a limited time?

 

Thanks in advance.

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Tigger31
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Re: Freebie of the Week

Yes there are many free ebooks in the ebook area on the website. Go to ebooks, on the left hand side, scroll down and there is a link with free ebooks. Enjoy!

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eDigest
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Re: Freebie of the Week

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Here's a link to the free ebook page.  Looks like there are currently 100 free books listed.  These are complete ebooks.

 

You can also find over 63,000 ebooks under $5.

 

 

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JdiennoPSU
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Re: Freebie of the Week

You can also search 0.00 in the eBook search tab to find 951774  free eBooks.  Click the link to take you right to th page.  A lot of the books are classics but.... there still free!

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03FLHT2
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Re: Freebie of the Week

Why are so many Harlequin :smileywink:  

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LarryOnLI
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Re: Freebie of the Week

Because Harlequin hopes that you become hooked on their books and start buying the non free ones.

 

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hey Larry  you ever try to read one of those.  Now Girls please don't take that in the wrong way>:smileytongue:

I could just see, pull on Scoot at next bike rally break out the Harequin paperback and start reading LOL

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LarryOnLI
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Re: Freebie of the Week

Well maybe not a Harlequin.

 

However once or twice finding myself without any reading material, I've grabbed on of my wife's romances.

 

Damn, that stuff was far more graphic and pornographic than anything that ever appeared between the pages of penthouse.

 

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03FLHT2
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Thats what I am saying.   LOL

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03FLHT2 wrote:

Thats what I am saying.   LOL

 

Seriously LOL it makes me blush and its a BOOK

 

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Michael-V
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Re: Freebie of the Week

@parKb5,

Irresistible Forces was actually our first Freebie of the Week (posted Fridays).