Barnes and Noble has their own system called the Nook, which you can check out in any Barnes & Noble store right now. Sony also makes a reader which is available in the electronics section of most box stores like Target and Sears.
Yes you could follow the link on the HUB.. or follow this link:
http://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&x=1 … gital-text
There are apps available from Amazon that allow you to read Kindle books on nearly all the eReaders out there. You can see which ones using this link http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?i … 1000493771
The Nook isn't on the list, which is sort of understandable as the Nook is a direct competitor to the Kindle.
The Nook uses the ePub format rather than the AZW or KF8 which are specific formats of the Kindle device. That said if you use a program like Calibre you can probably convert AZW or KF8 to ePub and then read it on your Nook, provided it is not DRM protected. I haven't done that, but I am pretty sure you will be able to and Calibre is a free program.
by Nicole Canfield 2 years ago
So I've worked on my novel for the past 3 years, finally buckled down and finished it this year. Just recently published it on Amazon Kindle, and I'm so very excited about it. The thing is, I don't know how to promote myself in the best way. And I don't have a ton of $$$ to spend on website design...
by milesofjazz 7 years ago
Do you think electronic readers (Kindle, Nook) will eventually replace physical books?
by Maja Dezulovic 7 years ago
Can you read hubpages on an Amazon Kindle 3G?I've recently been looking up the Kindle 3 with wireless and free global 3G connectivity. I was wondering if you can access hubpages on it to read hubs and post comments??
by Richard Craig 7 years ago
Is it worth buying an Amazon Kindle just for reading?
by Emma 8 years ago
Don't you just love that we don't get commissions for Kindle book sales? I'd love to know what the excuse for that is. Every time I see one of those zero commission sales in my reports I want to scream. I never link to the Kindle versions of books. Buy paper!! Down with electronic reading devices!...
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