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Old 11-16-2012, 09:01 PM   #30
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The death of the great Fictionwise coupons... :'(


Dear Fictionwise and eBookwise Customer,

As you may know, in March of 2009, Fictionwise, comprised of several
eBook retail websites, including Fictionwise.com , eReader.com and
eBookwise.com, was acquired by Barnes & Noble.

Fictionwise is in the process of winding down its operations, and
Fictionwise.com (including eReader.com and eBookwise.com) will end sales
on December 4, 2012. Please note, you will not be able to access your
Fictionwise Bookshelf after December 21, 2012.

An Easy Transition to Barnes & Noble's NOOKŪ Reading Experience

We know how important eBooks are to you, and we'd like to offer you the
opportunity to transfer your Fictionwise.com Bookshelf to a NOOK Library
by following the steps below.

You will be able to read the transferred eBooks that you purchased at
Fictionwise (including eReader.com and eBookwise.com) by downloading
NOOK's free mobile app to your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet, or
you can read your transferred eBooks with your PC/Mac web browser, as
well as on the award-winning NOOKŪ devices. If you would like to
transfer your Fictionwise eBooks in your Fictionwise Bookshelf to a NOOK
Library, simply opt-in by following the steps below.

Step 1:

Click through to the link below to go to the opt-in page, where you'll
be instructed to confirm that you would like your Fictionwise eBooks in
your Fictionwise Bookshelf transferred to a NOOK Library. Please opt-in
by December 21, 2012.


Step 2:

Once you opt-in, you will receive an email from Barnes & Noble.com with
an access code and instructions for redeeming this code. This access
code represents the Fictionwise eBooks in your Fictionwise Bookshelf
that are being transferred to a NOOK Library for you. You will also see
a link to a code redemption page.

Click through to the redemption page and simply enter your code as
prompted. This will move your existing eBooks into a NOOK Library.
Please redeem this code by January 31, 2013.

How Will the Transition Work?

· Once you enter your access code, if you do not already have a
Barnes & Noble.com account you will be prompted to create an account
connected with this email address.
· When you create your Barnes & Noble.com account, you will be
asked for a credit card. A credit card is required to access some
secured titles. Please note, however, that your credit card will not be
charged for any of the titles that you transferred from Fictionwise nor
for the transfer itself.
· A few Fictionwise titles may not transfer due to discontinued
publishing programs. You will be able to see which titles are not able
to be transferred by clicking here. In most cases, you can back up these
Fictionwise files to your personal hard drive on a Mac or PC. To learn
more about backing up these files, please click here
http://www.fictionwise.com/BN-Transition-FAQ.htm.
· AudioBooks will not be part of this transfer process. If you
want to continue to access audiobook files, we recommend that you back
up those files if you haven't done so already. To learn more about
backing up and downloading these files, please click here
http://www.fictionwise.com/BN-Transition-FAQ.htm.
· Personal files that you may have uploaded to your eBookwise
library (i.e., any file in your eBookwise library that was not sold to
you by eBookwise) will not transfer.
· Subscriptions to magazines will not transfer. Please note that
these subscriptions have been fulfilled through November 2012. Any
remaining balance in your subscription will be refunded and subscription
holders will receive a separate communication regarding this refund.

Please note that once the Fictionwise eBooks are transferred to a NOOK
Library, the eBooks will be in ePub format. The ePub titles that will
appear in your new NOOK Library cannot be read on Fictionwise legacy
applications and devices.

If you elect to opt in, please note that any eBooks you have purchased
at Fictionwise.com from October 23th to December 4, 2012, will not be
part of the initial transfer process, but will be automatically
transferred to your NOOK Library starting December 10, 2012. No action
is required on your part once you have opted in.

A reminder: Whether or not you opt in to have your Fictionwise eBooks
transferred to a NOOK Library, by December 21, 2012, you should download
any titles and/or files you plan to read on an application or on a
device that does not support ePub. You can learn more about downloading
your Fictionwise files here:
http://www.fictionwise.com/BN-Transition-FAQ.htm.


To transfer your Fictionwise eBooks to a NOOK Library, click here to go
to the opt-in page.


http://www.barnesandnoble.com/u/fict...r@netscape.com

Please opt-in by December 21, 2012.


What if I don't opt-in to have my eBooks transferred?

After December 21, 2012, your Fictionwise Bookshelf will no longer be
accessible via the Fictionwise.com website. If you decide not to opt-in
to have your Fictionwise Bookshelf transferred to NOOK, you will need to
make sure that, if you haven't done so already, you have downloaded your
eBooks to continue reading these eBooks through Fictionwise legacy
applications and devices. Since AudioBooks, any personal files created,
and subscriptions to magazines will not be available to transfer to a
NOOK Library, please make sure you have previously downloaded these
files, or please download these files before December 21, 2012. You can
learn more about downloading your Fictionwise files here:
http://www.fictionwise.com/BN-Transition-FAQ.htm.


Information about Micropay Accounts and Buywise Club

Please take a moment to use your Micropay Dollars at Fictionwise.com, as
they will not be valid after December 4, 2012. Please note that any
eBooks purchased at Fictionwise after you have opted-in to transfer to a
NOOK Library at Barnes & Noble will not be part of the initial transfer
process. As noted above, a second transfer will be possible for titles
purchased between October 23  December 4, 2012 and you will
automatically be eligible for this second transfer once opted-in.

If you don't use your Micropay Dollars by December 4, 2012, you will
receive a separate email regarding the refund on any balance in your
account.



For more information about how you can transfer your Fictionwise
Bookshelf to a NOOK Library, including additional details on how the
transition will apply to current Buywise Club members, eMagazine
subscriptions, Micropay Dollars and more, please visit our FAQ web page:
http://www.fictionwise.com/BN-Transition-FAQ.htm

We greatly appreciate your support of Fictionwise over the years.
Together, we helped pioneer eBooks and eReading.

Thank you.


The Fictionwise Team
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