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lilk
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Registered: ‎11-27-2009
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I'd like to read this book on my nook...

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Will B&N have a feature on their website for books that are not in digital format to have the option to let the publisher know that readers would like to read their book on the nook???  There are a lot of books that I see that are not digita and would like for them to be.  Kind of like how amazon does it.

 

Howzit, from Hawaii

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cyclingplatypus
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Registered: ‎01-02-2010

Re: I'd like to read this book on my nook...

Check out this thread to request books.

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nfbisme
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Registered: ‎12-18-2009
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Re: I'd like to read this book on my nook...

Hi, yes there's a thread started by one of the moderators and he passes info along to the powers that be at BN.

 

 

This is the thread

 

http://bookclubs.barnesandnoble.com/t5/eBooks-Help-Board/Can-t-Find-Your-eBook-Tell-Us-Here/m-p/4090...

 

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lilk
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Re: I'd like to read this book on my nook...

Thanks for the quick response. :smileywink:

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librarian_sam
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Registered: ‎01-04-2010
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Re: I'd like to read this book on my nook...

I'd love to see that feature. I've been trying to figure out why a book released in hardcover in March 2009 still isn't an ebook and I'd like the ability to do that through the BN site.

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spiorog
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Registered: ‎02-21-2010
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Re: I'd like to read this book on my nook...

At this time Amazon has more books available for Kindle than B&N has for nook.  An example are the sequels to Susan Pfeffer's "Life as we knew it".  Of course there are a lot of areas and interests to cover out their.

 

A mechanism to signal an interest in a digital version of a certain kind of book would help, I hope.