Nook Stocked and In-Store in Time for Valentine’s Day

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Now bookworms can take their literary love affair to the next level with the in-stock and in-store Barnes & Noble Nook e-reader.  The continually “out-of-stock item” has finally arrived in abundance at the bookselling giant. Now you can get yourself or your sweetheart a Nook before February 14th.

Barnes & Noble says that starting this February, Nook users and hopefuls can browse the extensive library of more than a million eBooks, magazines and newspapers and enjoy exclusive “More In Store” content and promotional offers, which include: A short story by bestselling favorite Adriana Trigiani, A Valentine’s Day recipe for red velvet cupcakes from Anne Byrn, the Cake Mix Doctor, and “Read Between the Wines,” a regular feature by renowned wine expert Kevin Zraly.

“nook is the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for anyone who loves reading. Demand for nook continues to be very high, and we’re pleased our customers will be able to try and buy nook in our stores and online and enjoy it in time for the holiday,” said William J. Lynch, President of Barnes & Noble.com. “In Barnes & Noble stores, nook owners will enjoy exciting nook-only content from their favorite authors and other valuable offers, along with fast and free in-store Wi-Fi, which nook customers have been accessing in droves over the last few weeks.”

You can visit the Barnes & Noble Nook In-Store Locator at www.bn.com/nook/instore, which is updated daily beginning February 10, to find local stores with devices in-stock.

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