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By: Niki

Tue, 22 May 2012 14:12:40 +0000

This is a very helpful article! Many people do not realize that certain eReaders are tied to certain retailers. I've recently been doing research on whether or not to buy a Kindle and Nook and found another article to be pretty useful that I thought I'd share on here. http://clevergems.com/5-reasons-for-and-against-buying-a-kindle-or-nook/



By: juliewbp

Mon, 06 Feb 2012 15:37:45 +0000

Thanks for your question! You can purchase e-Books from your local bookseller just as you can purchase print books from us. Here's a page on our website that might prove helpful for you: http://www.bookpeople.com/how-download-read-google-ebooks-bookpeople. You should be able to download the android version of the IndieBound Reader app to your Kobo (http://www.indiebound.org/reader), select your bookstore by zip code (we're 78703) and then download Google e-Books to your device. If you'd like some free one-on-one help, send an email to ebooks@bookpeople.com and you can set up an appointment with someone here who will gladly walk you through the whole process. We're here to help!



By: Olwyn

Mon, 06 Feb 2012 07:14:21 +0000

I have just been given a Kobo e reader and am totally ignorant about where other than my local bookseller i can purchase reading material and confused as to the possible ways of doing this.Help!



By: juliewbp

Fri, 13 Jan 2012 19:08:53 +0000

Hi Chris - Google makes their e-books available for us to sell, but not magazines.



By: christia

Thu, 12 Jan 2012 20:23:31 +0000

hi there ... i have a kindle fire living in europe. im about to download ur app. so i would like to know if its also possible to get magazines from your app? thank you regards chris



By: juliewbp

Tue, 27 Dec 2011 04:19:16 +0000

Awesome! Thank you so much! Happy reading!



By: Samantha

Mon, 26 Dec 2011 22:38:35 +0000

I got an Amazon Kindle Fire for Christmas (yay for my wonderful husband!) but I remembered this article as soon as I opened the gift. However, I found a way to get the IndieBound Reader on the Fire (quick and easy), and last night I even bought the ebook version of A Tale Dark & Grimm from BookPeople through the IndieBound Reader on my Kindle Fire. So, if you're like me and got a Fire for Christmas and don't want to swap it but still want to support BookPeople, here's how I did it: http://bit.ly/u3gIyp Thanks, BookPeople, for being an amazing bookstore and ebookstore!



By: juliewbp

Thu, 15 Dec 2011 19:02:58 +0000

For iPads, you can now download the new (free, of course) Indiebound Reader that will allow you to easily organize and read Google eBooks downloaded from www.bookpeople.com. In order to download eBooks from BookPeople on your iPad, open your Safari browser and go to www.bookpeople.com. They should download straight into your Indiebound Reader. If you have any problems or questions, shoot an email to ebooks@bookpeople.com so we can get you quick help with it.



By: Heif

Wed, 14 Dec 2011 05:54:48 +0000

The iPad works?