Monday, December 6, 2010

Writing Mary Ann by Armistead Maupin

Barnes & Noble Announces December “More In Store™” Offers Available Only on the NOOK™ Family of eBook Readers

Happy Holidays and Happy Reading

New York, New York – December 1, 2010 – Barnes & Noble, Inc. (NYSE: BKS), the world’s largest bookseller, today announced the December line-up for the “More In Store™” program for the NOOK™ family of eBook Readers. Available only in Barnes & Noble stores and only on NOOK, the free More In Store program offers NOOK customers new, exclusive content from bestselling and new authors, special offers and savings, and weekly bestseller and new release lists.

Barnes & Noble’s free in-store Wi-Fi service makes access to More In Store content easy. With just a simple tap of the NOOK “shop” button, customers can explore content from such authors as Dean Koontz, Tony diTerlizzi and Armistead Maupin, and in-store promotions including special savings and free café offers. More In Store is updated weekly and each new feature is available for four weeks on a rolling basis. Once a customer downloads the content to their NOOK, it is saved to their digital locker and can be accessed at any time.

December 26
Writing Mary Ann by Armistead Maupin
Bestselling author Armistead Maupin is widely known for his wonderful, humorous novels of life in a tight-knit and eccentric San Francisco building. In this exclusive essay for Barnes & Noble, Maupin discusses the return of one of his most troublesome characters: the delightful and difficult Mary Ann Singleton.

1 comment:

  1. I just finished reading M.A. in Autumn last night. It is typical Maupin style. I would regret the late hour when I had to put the book down and go to bed. I love the way the story flows and the characters are like old friends and I don't want to loose any of them. Even the new ones that have come in are so great. I can see the stories going on for years and years. I can't wait for my next installment (book).