How to Add ePub eBooks/Files onto Your Nook?
"Okay, so I got a Nook Simple Touch, and I have some Google Books that I'd like to put on it. I converted the Google Books to Epub files, but now what? I put the epub file on my desktop, but how do I put it onto my Nook so I can read it? "
"I have purchased non-B&N eBooks and want to borrow from the library but can't figure out how to transfer the files from my pc to the nook."
You may saved many wonderful eBooks in ePub format, either bought from online book stores, received from your friends or converted from other file formats. Now you just want to put these ePub eBooks to your Nook tablet but don't know how, you are read on and follow the step-by-step guide below to add ePub to Nook.
Step-by-step Guide Teaches You How to Transfer ePub Files to Nook
Step 1: Plug your Nook into your computer with the provided USB cable. Then, Nook will be shown as a hard drive in the place where other USB drives located. Double-click on the NOOK drive to open it.
Step 2: Turn to your computer, open the folder where your ePub eBooks are located and then drag-n-drop these eBooks or files to the "My Documents" folder in your NOOK drive. Or you can transfer books to the root of the NOOK.
Step 3: Wait until all the eBooks are all transferred to the Nook. After that, you can disconnect your Nook from the computer by unplugging the USB cable.
Note: Please make sure remove the USB cable after the transferring finished. If not, your eBooks or your NOOK would be damaged.
Additional Knowledge: An Easy Way to Create ePub eBooks
As one of the widely used file format, ePub is greatly supported by many hot devices like iPad, iPhone, Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo, Nexus 7 and so on. That’s why more and more users choose to convert files in other formats to ePub for reading on more portable devices. iPubsoft ePub Creator is such a tool to help you create ePub eBooks/files from MOBI, PRC, PDF, DOC, DOCX, HTML, HTM and TEXT, preserving all the text, paragraph breaks, columns, tables, images, graphics, hyperlinks and layouts after ePub creation.
Download the ePub Creator to explore more. Mac version is also available: