I have a bunch of ePub files that I have bought from Barnes & Noble that I'd like to be able to read in my Kindle App. Is there anyway to do this?
UPDATE for those who are lecturing me on the law and morality:
Simply breaking DRM is not illegal in the US according to 5th Circut Court of Appeals (see this article for a quicker analysis). Basically it's legal to remove DRM on your own files as long as you don't then use them to violate the copyright. Even if you disagree with the decision, at the very least it's debatable, not illegal.
I do not download pirated music or movies. I don't pirate software. I don't even use a copy of software that a friend "lends" to me.
I purchased these books (originally as pdb files) to be used with eReader for Android (when it still worked). Later, when B&N released the Nook App, they deleted my .pdb files and replaced them with ePub files that only worked with their App, which is terrible compared to the Kindle App. I wouldn't have purchased them if I knew they'd do this. Were they within their rights? I don't know but probably. Honestly, I don't care, I just want to read my books. I have no intention of violating the rights owner's copyright.