Considering you’re reading this, I’m guessing you’re missing your local library. They’ve truly become invaluable social hubs for our communities. All in all, we’re in a situation that nobody ever wanted our world to be in. We need to stick together, especially as readers in this difficult time.
Still while they’re off limits, I’ve had a few people asking about digital resources to keep reading for free. As per your requests, I’ve collected a few of them for you. If you’re looking for reading for your e-reader, tablet, or computer, here are a few sources where you can check out digital books via your local library:
Overdrive (via Rakuten) – Also known as Libby. You can use this service to check out books via your local library.
Hoopla Digital – Many libraries use this so you can check out a few e-books or audiobooks a month via your library card.
Sora – An app through Overdrive for student reading.
Or if you’re a more adventurous sort, you can find plenty of free E-books on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, Scribd, Rakuten, and more on an every day basis. Books go on sale all the time, so keep checking back to see what offerings there are every day.
On a better note, if you still prefer going through your local library, a number of my books are available to check out through Overdrive, Libby, and Hoopla Digital with your library card. If you’d like to see if they’re in your local library, check them out here.
Hope this article helps!
All my love,
Author Maggie Lynn Heron-Heidel
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