2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 23, 2010 10:20 AM by sirwillard


      I think it is a good idea to contact the publishers as much as you can as they are the ones who need to change the format, not B&N. I have had good success with 2 publishers of books I wanted that are currently on Kindle. They emailed me and said they are now working to have other formats including for nook. They didn't say how long it would take but at least I know they are working on it. I think this shows they are now seeing that it is important to not stick with only one format (Kindle).

        • Re: Publishers

          I have done exactly that.  I have even contacted the authors and asked them to pressure their publishers to provide their ebooks in epub format.  I post comments on their Facebook pages as well. 

          I do believe authors and publishers monitor many of these forums.  Hopefully we will see some progress.