Barnes & Noble has released its “More In Store” lineup for December. The program includes content that is exclusively available through NOOK eReaders and apps. This month includes essays from Dean Koontz, Joan Jonhston and Tony diTerlizzi.
Every week, a new piece of content will be available. The week of December 5th, Dean Koontz’s essay Why I Shout At The Computer Screen, about writing scary characters and Joan Johnston’s essay Escape with Joan Johnston to a Castle in Kent, travel essay across England. The week of December 12th includes The Future of Innovation by Steven Johnson and Never Abandoning Imagination by Tony diTerlizzi.
Skewering Fairytales by Broadway director Gregory Maguire and Gifts White People Like byChristian Lander, the author of Stuff White People Like, will be available on December 19th. On December 26th, Armistead Maupin’s essay Writing Mary Ann about creating his character Mary Ann Singleton will be available, as will Must-Try Meals Across America by travel writer Robert Reid.
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