Tag Archives: e-books

Overdrive Big Library Read

Every so often, Overdrive has a “Big Library Read,” offering one e-book that everyone can read at once (no wait list!). The next book is a cookbook by Kate McDermott called Art of the Pie: a practical guide to homemade … Continue reading

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So you’ve written a book…

…or you’re in the process of writing one (ahem, NaNoWriMo participants!). In the midst of developing your characters, finding the perfect words to evoke your setting, and twisting together plot strands, you might start daydreaming about the end of the … Continue reading

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Do you borrow e-books from the library? The new version of Adobe Digital Editions is not secure

Updated 10/16/14 “Adobe is Spying on Users, Collecting Data on Their E-book Libraries.” This was the title of an article by Nate Hoffelder at The Digital Reader on October 6, and though there have been updates since then, the privacy … Continue reading

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When it’s A Long Way Home, use a Landline to Call the Midwife

Like winter, spring, and fall, summer is a great time for reading. Here at the library, we know you like to read all kinds of books in all kinds of ways, which is why we’ve just added a big batch … Continue reading

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What’s that sound? A digital audiobook!

Audiobook lovers rejoice: We’ve just added several new digital audiobooks to our Overdrive catalog. The even better news is that publishers are starting to include both audio formats (WMA for Windows and MP3 for pretty much any device), so many … Continue reading

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