A Kobo ereader will likely have you reading a lot more. In fact, the newest ereader in their lineup, the Kobo Nia, with its slim, no frills approach, is all about what you are reading rather than what you are using to read. It’s light enough for anyone to hold for prolonged periods and small enough to fit into a pocket or a handbag. And it’s going to be a great prize for two people who read through my short article and enter this contest.
You won’t want to put down the Kobo Nia ereader
I love reading as much as I love writing. I have done plenty of both in my life. Of course, my job as Editor in Chief of the Best Buy Blog requires me to write a lot of articles—and read even more articles. However, I still make time for writing and reading as a pasttime; not as much as I would like to or as I did in the past, unfortunately. You see, I once had a Kobo; that was when I was writing and reading a lot. One of the first things I did after I finished writing my first novel was to upload it to my Kobo. I was so used to reading on the Kobo that I found it much easier to read and edit my own books on the Kobo too. I found it really helped my creative process.
The fact is, when you have a Kobo, you will likely get more interested in books. Partly, it’s the convenience; partly it’s the ease of picking it up and having thousands of books right there in your hands. I don’t read as much as I used to—as I said, my Kobo was stolen. It’s about time I go out and buy another one!
What will you read first on the Kobo Nia ereader
Do you have more than one book on the go at any one time? I always have more than one that I’m reading. The Kobo Nia is perfect for people like you and me since all your books can be in one place. The first book I’d put on an ereader is Kazuo Ishiguro’s “The Buried Giant.” I rarely get into fantasy type stories but I’m about 100 pages in and this one has me hooked. I would likely add a few of Ishiguro’s books now that I know I love his writing style.
Of course, you could add books to any Kobo: they have models that are waterproof, models with bigger screens … so choose the one that works for you. Ted recently reviewed the Kobo Nia and he pointed out many of the features found in the range of Kobo devices, but emphasized that the Nia is perfect for what you need it for: reading. Read his review, decide on an ereader, then load it up with books or get a subscription from Kobo and open your world to books, books, and more books.
How to enter
Entering this contest is easy and you can enter once below this article and once below Ted’s review of the Kobo Nia. In a comment, tell us which Kobo is your favourite and what book you would add first if you had a new ereader.
What you can win
At the end of this contest we will draw two winners and each will receive a new Kobo Nia ereader.
This contest runs from September 2nd until September 15th.
Remember you can only enter twice, once here in a comment and once in a comment beneath Ted’s review article. Also, tell your friends and family to enter so they too have a chance to win a great prize from Best Buy!
Win a Kobo Nia ereader Rules and Regulations
I have an Aura that is on its last legs so i’d love a Nia. If I won I’d download any one of Jacqueline Winspear’s novel.
The Nia! Homo Deus by Y.N. Harari.
The Nia! Homo Deus by Y.N. Harari
I liek the Nia, I would likely get The lord of the rings trilogy, it has been too long since I read that.
The Kobo Nia looks cool to me. I would like to read Moby Dick on it.
Maybe Kobo Clara HD and Out of Africa for me Smile Please and thanks
I would love the Kobo Libra and I would read the latest Jody Picoult book
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kobo nia is my fave and I would like to read main streek
kobonia is my fave and Iwould like to read main steek
I would love the Kobo Nia! I would add Crazy Rich Asians as my first book 🙂
My favorite is the Kobo Nia and I would add Rage by Bob Woodward first.
The Kobo Libra H20 7″ looks interesting. I’d put Moloka’i by Alan Brennert on it first. Thanks for the great contest!!
I like the Kobo Nia and I would add Rage by Bob Woodward.
Cher Ami and Major Whittlesey
Kobo Nia. I’d load it up with all the Stephen Kings I haven’t read yet.
I’ve never tried an eReader, so would love to start with the Nia and if I enjoyed using it, would move up to the Kobo Libra H20. I would enjoy reading all of the Diana Gabledon Outlander series on it.
I have never used a Kobo reader so they all look good to me but the Nia sounds like it would be easier to use with it stating no frills. I would read Become a Better You by Joel Osteen first.
I would love the Kobo Libra and I would start by adding the Lord of the Rings books to save some space on my bookshelf.
I would love the Kobo Nia. The fact that it is small and light like a novel is great. I would download the new Christopher Paolini book – To Sleep in a Sea of Stars
I’d love to have a Kobo Nia….and embark on Proust’s IN SEARCH OF LOST TIME which will take me months to get though.
So far my favorite eReader is the Kobo Libra due to it’s size. The first book I would read would be Sherlock Holmes.
Never have had a Kobo device but from the links would probably choose Kobo Libra H2O 7″ Digital eReader with Touchscreen (N873-KU-BK-K-EP) – Black for myself and the Kobo Nia for my Mom. First book that I would download…is a little harder as would probably be … Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Novels and Stories, Vol. 1 (Illustrated)
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Then anything with Sherlock Holmes in it.
I like the Libra e-reader. I want to read “Millionaire Teacher” as I’ve heard great things.
Kobo Libra H2O 7″ Digital eReader w/Touchscreen (N873-KU-WH-K-EP) & SleepCover Case -White/Aqua
Would be my favorite and the first book I would download would be James Patterson Along Came a Spider
The Kobo Nia is my favorite as I would just need a basic model and the smaller screen size works for me. I would start by reading Crazy Rich Asians.
My favourite is the Kobo Libra H2O. I’d read the Handmaid’s Tale.
The Kobo Libra H2O 7″ Digital eReader is my favourite. The first book I would add would be about dogs
Kobo Libra h20 is my fave and i would add Harry Potter for my son
I love the size of the Kobo Nia. I would read one of the many romance novels that I had downloads on my old Kobo and never got to.
Kobo Libra h20 since i’m often reading around the pool or floating in the pool. I wouldn’t be scared if i got water on it. I would read my textbooks from school.
I like the Kobo Nia and any book on sports
My favourite Kobo is the Nia, due to the size. The first book I would download is Fatal Justice by John Etzil.
I like Nia, one reason my niece just complete 7 months her name is Niah.
My favourite Kobo is the Libra and I would add Alias Grace to my new e-reader 🙂
My favourite is the Kobo Libra H2O 7″ Digital eReader with Touchscreen, and I would like to read Clean my Space by Melissa Maker, thank you
Kobo Glo – Foundation by Asimov
Well I don’t have one nor have I ever had one but after reading about them I think the Forma would be the best for me as I like reading by / in the pool and this one is suppose to be the best waterproof one. The first book I would read is the Notebook.
I like the Kobo Nia because it’s simple and I’d love to read and I’d like to read the I-5 Killer
Kobo Libra H2O 7″ Digital eReader w/Touchscreen (N873-KU-BK-K-EP) & SleepCover Case -Black
I would download The Home Edit’s new book to reorganise
I loved my Kobo paperwhite until it died. 🙁 Good time for a replacement! Looking forward to reading Indians on Vacation by Thomas King.
My fav is the Nio. I would read Redemption by David Baldacci.
I would order the book Rage by Bob Woodward and read it on the Kobo Libra H2O 7″ Digital eReader with Touchscreen (N873-KU-BK-K-EP) – Black.
My favorite is the Kobo Libra and i would love to try this new Kobo Nia – i would continue reading all the Harlan Coben books as I’m about 1/4 way through them and absolutely love all the twist and turns.
My favourite ereader is the Kobo Clara HD and I would read The Chill Factor by Sandra Brown.
My favourite is the Kobo Clara HD and the first book I would read would be Mean Streak by Sandra Brown.
I really like the Kobo, Libra H20 7 and I would read a good mystery book
My fav is the Libra. I would read Redemption by David Baldacci.
I like the Kobo Libr H2O….I would choose to read “The Book of Negros” once again….loved that book so much! Promised myself I would read it once more!
The Kobo Libra H2O 7″ Digital eReader w/Touchscreen looks pretty neato! I’d read Ready Player One if I had the chance, I’ve seen the movie and I’ve heard the book is even better!
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