I love my NOOK. It's the most fabulous invention- allowing me to easily read on the treadmill at the gym or on the airplane. And I love downloading great- and cheap (not that kind of cheap! You know what I mean!) books to it. Here are some fabulous short stories and a novel available for your NOOK that are currently offered for less than it costs to buy latte at Starbucks, a Slurpee at 7/11 or even a Sunday newspaper (does anyone even buy the paper anymore?). So what are you waiting for? Time to get your download on!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Half Life  by Jennifer Weiner is a short story about four women bound by obligation to be a family. This is a treat for any Weiner fan available currently for your NOOK book for only .99. But beware, if you're used to reading Weiner's novels, this short story will leave you wanting more (in a good way).

Download The Half Life here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Agoraphobics in Love  by Lisa Tucker. In case you missed it, I did a fabulous Q&A with this talented author. Agoraphobics in love is a must-download story about two lonely people finding each other and their way back to life. And as a bonus it includes the first four chapters of Tucker's amazing new full length novel, The Winters in Bloom (just released September 13th!). Currently only .99 for your NOOK, Agoraphobics in Love is a steal! Download it here!

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


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by WriterCrys on ‎09-16-2011 12:09 PM

Love this post, Lisa, great stuff. You can't beat building up your eBook library for .99 each!

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