For Christmas of this year I fortunate enough to get the Barnes and Noble Nook Ereader. I adore it! The eink screen is very easy on the eyes, and being able to change the font size and read multiple books at once in one tiny device is very nice. When the Nook is not in use, it goes into a sleep mode. The eink screen is kinda unusual, in that it only uses power to turn pixels on and off, so even when it's "off" the screen will have pixels still fixed into place and on display. Because of this, you can have screensavers turn on when your ereader is asleep.
I put together a dragon screensaver for my Nook. I thought it turned out nice enough that I'd share. This screensaver features my own illustrations that I then edited to be greyscale and properly sized for the Nook. If you like dragons, this might be a nice screensaver for you too.
These are absolutely free to use. I only ask that these images not be reposted again to other websites, and that the neondragonart watermark remain intact.
(These are also sized and formatted correctly for user as a Kindle ereader screensaver, though I do not know the exact procedure used to make them a screensaver on Kindle. I know it's similar though.)To turn this into a screensaver for your nook:
Right click and save each image to your computer.
Put all of the saved images into a folder named "Dragons"
Hook your Nook up to your computer
Open the "Screensavers" Folder on your Nook.
Copy the "Dragons" folder from your computer into the screensavers folder on your nook. Copy over the entire folder. Do not copy individual images without first putting them into a folder, or they will not be grouped and work as a screensaver.
Unplug your Nook
Open "Settings" on your touch screen.
Open "Diplay" on your touch screen
Select "Dragons" as your screensaver.
Tah-dah! When your Nook goes to sleep, it should now cycle between all the images in the Dragons folder as your screensaver.