I review the libby app in this episode.
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Recorded and edited @mzoundz. When was the last time you were in a bookstore or stepped foot into a library or got drawn into the latest thing to read at the airport? Unless you just have to have the paperback version, there's a way to read or listen to the latest publication for free. Welcome Drea's point of view. I am your hostess Drea and would like to not only thank you for giving me a few minutes of your time, but extend an invitation to follow the show @Drea'spointofview on all socials except Twitter. On Twitter, you can find me @Dreapoint. I came across this app that lets you download books as well as audio books. All you need to do is enter your library card information and it gives you listings of books that you can download and get a sample of. You can put a hold on some books and be notified once it's on your virtual shelf.
I wanna say you can keep the book for about two weeks or so. Read at your leisure and save tons of money. And that app is the Libby app, Libby. Of course, if you have a library card, you can just go in a place-- go into the library and take the book out. But then you run into fees. If it's late, go into the actual library instead of having the inconvenience of doing everything on your phone like we do anyway, it won't let you be late. Returning it will send you a reminder when it's due and it'll just go back into the system. It's not a bad deal. For those of you avid book readers, so check out that Libby app the next time you hear about someone who has a book out and so many people have books out now, so check it out. I would love for you to subscribe to my show so that you are not missing any of these episodes that I have for you. I am not trying to change your point of view. I simply hope that you listen to Drea’s Point of view.
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