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Discussion in 'The Book Nook' started by sweetpumkinpye, Jan 4, 2020.
At the Water's Edge by Sara Gruen
The Christmas Box by Richard Paul Evans
Captive Soul by Wendy Wang
So frustrated - my library loan of this Ebook ran out when I was about 80% through it. Now I have to go down to the bottom of the request list and wait. Ugh, that will teach me to read faster!
Bad Omens by Wendy Wang
I put my Kindle in airplane mode and books stay there until I take it off airplane mode. I could do the same thing with my Nook. I don't know what device you're using, though, so not sure it would work for you.
The Woman in Blue by Elly Griffiths
The Chalk Pit by Elly Griffiths
The Dark Angel by Elly Griffiths
Get Out of Your Head by Jennie Allen
The American Spirit by David McCullough
The Book of Lost Friends by Lisa Wingate
The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton
I hate when that happens...sometimes I'll have to start over or go back a bit because I'll forget what it was about depending on how long it takes to check out again.
That title has me intrigued. I'm going to see if the library has it.
I was lucky that it was back in my Available List within a couple of days. Finished it up quickly last night as there is another one to check out now.
Miracle Creek by Angie Kim
I am so desperate for the library to reopen. I so need something new to read.
Katrina ~ Perhaps you could get a Kindle. I'll bet there are some inexpensive used ones available. People are always upgrading. I love mine. However, I'm sure libraries will be opening again soon, at least for holds and quick pick-up and drop-off. Have you tried downloading e-books to your computer or cellphone for reading? Probably not ideal, but doable for the short term.
Ghengis Khan and the Invention of the Modern World
I was just thinking how much I want to go to the library.
Yes, Katrina, get a Kindle ASAP - and the airplane mode always works and you can keep the books forever.
Never even thought of a kindle, I could have asked for one for Mother's Day, I am a ninnymuggins. Will see what I can find locally
Katrina, you can download the Kindle app to your phone or pc and read their free books from there.
Does your library offer e-books? Our library has an app for the phones and for the computer called Overdrive. I've downloaded the app to my computer and phone. Since we've been closed for 2 months now, the county librarians have been buying a bunch of e-books for everyone to read. They also have been buying audiobooks which is nice when working around the house by yourself.