Friday, September 16th is international “Read An eBook Day!” Thousands of avid readers will be logging onto their local library website in order to borrow a digital eBook absolutely for free. If you’ve been wanting to start reading more or are looking for an excuse to finally start exploring the eBook world, then join the many people who find joy, escape, hope, inspiration, sanctity, accomplishment, and brilliance through reading. In order to participate all you have to do is download an eBook on Friday, September 16th and share your experience with others on social media using the hashtag #eBookLove. Those that use the hashtag #eBookLove on social media, have the ability to WIN a free device from OverDrive including a new Kobo Aura ONE.
To learn more about this special day, please visit the official website: http://readanebookday.com
From there you will be able to discover updated reading list suggestions as well as search for your own local library website. Check out the OverDriveBlog to find out how to get ten chances to win a device by simply using the hashtag #eBookLove on social media and showing off how you’re celebrating the day!
Where To Get eBooks:
“Read An eBook Day” encourages people to engage with one of the best free public services; their local libraries. However, there are several other paid resources for finding books, most of which can be accessed via GoodReads.com, when you search and click on a book.
How to Access eBooks on Digital Devices:
eReaders such as a Kobo Aura ONE, Kindle, or Nook are specifically designed for reading eBooks and can be easily linked to your library account to make book borrowing fast and convenient.
Overdrive is an free app that allows you to access eBooks for free on your iPhone®, iPad®, Android, Chromebook, Windows Phone, Windows 8 & 10, Kindle Fire HD using your public library card.
OpenLibrary.org is a non-profit lending library that offers over 250,000 modern eBooks and over 1 million classics that anyone can view for free on their computer.