WIN a NOOK® SimpleTouch GlowLight eReader

WIN a NOOK® SimpleTouch GlowLight eReader

We have to say that with the summer holidays looming, the prospect of having time on our hands to sit by the pool and read a good book is really exciting us, which makes an eReader our new best friend! No more lugging dozens of heavy books around, it’s all about keeping it simple and storing all of our books on a light, little eReader. And there’s a new one in town that has caught our eye…

The new NOOK® SimpleTouch GlowLight from Barnes & Noble, the world’s largest book seller, offers you 2.5 million books to choose from  including latest from Lee Child,  Nigella Lawson and David Walliams. You can sample books free before you buy them and if you are undecided, you have book recommendations from a bookseller with decades of experience!

You will right away get access to 1 million free books available including the most famous classics from Charles Dickens, Jane Austen and Arthur Conan Doyle. If it is not enough, try out any magazine and newspaper for free for 14 days.

NOOK® is more convenient than a book: you can read in plain sunlight or total darkness. It is lighter than a paperback and fits in a jacket pocket. It runs over a month of use without recharging.

Plus, you can buy new books anytime from anywhere via Wi-Fi (and where doesn’t have Wi-Fi these days?!). Enjoy the touch screen, read with adjustable, extra-large font size and use the free dictionary with easy look-up – suitable for the whole family.

So with holidays creeping closer, or maybe you just love spending any precious me-time reading your favourite book, we’re giving one lucky LW Blog reader the chance to win a NOOK® SimpleTouch GlowLight eReader! You can choose from up to 2.5 million books, magazines and newspapers on NOOK®, so we want to know what is the book you would always want to carry around with you on your Nook®?

Have a read of this important competition info, then leave your comment below!

  • The competition will close on Sunday 5th May at midnight, so any comments entered after that won’t be included in the draw.
  • All comments will need to be approved, so don’t worry if your comment doesn’t appear straight away!
  • Use the form below to leave your comment and one winner will be drawn at random from all approved entries and contacted via email.
  • Now just leave a comment telling us what is the book you would always want to carry around with you on your Nook®?

Terms and conditions. 1. Entry into the draw will be deemed as acceptance of these rules and any separate instructions for entry will form part of the rules. 2. This prize draw is open to any UK resident, aged 18 or over, who posts a comment between 29th April and 5th May 2013 on the Littlewoods NOOK® SimpleTouch GlowLight eReader competition blog post at the following URL: http://blog.littlewoods.com.  3. Employees of Shop Direct Group companies and anyone else involved in the operation of the draw are excluded from entering.  The closing date for entry is 5th May 2013 at midnight. The promoter reserves the right to end the competition early. 4. All entries into the draw must be appropriate and approved so by the promoter. Any entries deemed inappropriate will be excluded from the draw. 5. One winner will be drawn at random from all valid entries no later than the 12th May 2013. The winner will be notified by email within 14 days of the draw and must respond to their notification email within 30 days otherwise they will forfeit their prize and a new winner may be drawn at random from the remaining entries.  The prize will be sent to the address of the relevant winner within six weeks, delivery to be agreed between the promoter and the winner. 6. There is one prize consisting of a NOOK® SimpleTouch GlowLight eReader in black. 7. The prize is non-transferable, non-negotiable and there is no cash alternative. The promoter reserves the right to offer an alternative prize in the event of the original prize being unavailable. The prize cannot be returned or exchanged once they have been sent to the winners. 8. By entering the draw, entrants agree that, if they win, their details may be disclosed to anyone requesting details of the prize winners. The winners may be required to take part in any publicity relating to this promotion. 9. Promoter: Shop Direct Home Shopping Limited, First Floor, Skyways House, Speke Road, Speke, Liverpool, L70 1AB. Registered No 4663281.

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880 Comments

  1. Posted by tracy kenny on July 11, 2013

    Daddy long legs,a gem of a book for young and old,I could read it again and again.

  2. Posted by Paul von der Fecht on July 11, 2013

    A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson.

  3. Posted by JACQUI S on July 11, 2013

    Wuthering Heights

  4. Posted by Ian Sanderson on July 11, 2013

    The Hobbit

  5. Posted by Craig McNally on July 11, 2013

    Game of thrones books

  6. Posted by Carla Egerton on July 18, 2013

    Charlie and the chocolate factory, as its a book I still enjoy now, and one my 6 year old loves having read to hiim

  7. Posted by stephanie campbell on August 2, 2013

    the breathing series- a set of 3 books that had me gripped from the first page about 6 months ago. i have now read them 4 times. its engaged my need to read again after i lost it when i had no time to read when i had a new born!

  8. Posted by Marie eden on August 2, 2013

    My youngest destroyed my daughters android tablet so I’d give it to her, she is asleep now but she would want an astronaurs probably twist of time as she hasn’t Got that yet.

  9. Posted by Elaine Kirkup on August 3, 2013

    Roald Dahls Revolting Rhymes …..you’re never too old for his books & this one makes me giggle every time I read it!

  10. Posted by Sandra Foreman on August 3, 2013

    anything by Jane Green

  11. Posted by Nicole beauchamp on August 3, 2013

    Any book by Roald Dahl

  12. Posted by wes on August 4, 2013

    The Hobbit

  13. Posted by Julia Plant on August 4, 2013

    George R. R. Martin’s A Game of Thrones

  14. Posted by lowri earith on August 5, 2013

    The Magic Faraway Tree. My favourite and now my daughters too x

  15. Posted by George A Pow on August 5, 2013

    Robinson Cruiseo.

  16. Posted by Paul Kay on August 6, 2013

    roget’s thesaurus

  17. Posted by Spencer T on August 9, 2013

    The lord of the rings, epic. If I ever get stranded I know I have a couple of months of reading to keep me sane.

  18. Posted by Samantha Griffiths on August 9, 2013

    Harry Potter

  19. Posted by christopher rossiter on August 9, 2013

    As this would be a present for my wife, probably The Thorn Birds

  20. Posted by Lindsey morris on August 9, 2013

    Quick let’s get out of here love reading this to my little one, he loves the funny voices I use when portraying the characters.

  21. Posted by Muriam on August 24, 2013

    The hobbit

  22. Posted by Marium on August 24, 2013

    Jane Austen pride and prejudice

  23. Posted by Naseem akhtar on August 24, 2013

    The great gatsby

  24. Posted by Naseem on August 24, 2013

    Gone girl Gillian Flynn

  25. Posted by Anwer begum on August 24, 2013

    Harry potter series

  26. Posted by Saheed on August 24, 2013

    Game of thrones books

  27. Posted by Mohammed on August 24, 2013

    Wuthering heights

  28. Posted by Muriam on August 24, 2013

    A thousand suns by khaled hosseini

  29. Posted by Marium on August 24, 2013

    The book thief

  30. Posted by al williams on August 26, 2013

    50 shades, would finally be able to read it, without people judging me on the bus…

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