You don’t need KU when you have Libby/Hoopla/Overdrive etc… Posted on June 16, 2022 | by C.D. Gorri DID YOU KNOW…. Wide authors like me often have ebooks available through public libraries that you can access through sites like Hoopla and Overdrive. Here I am on Hoopla https://www.hoopladigital.com/artist/6832289648 Here is a list of libraries you can still use for folks who live out of the area: https://www.aworldadventurebybook.com/blog/libraries-with-non-resident-borrowing-privileges Learn more about how to read indie books from your local library here: https://www.pcmag.com/how-to/how-to-borrow-and-read-ebooks-from-your-library The reason I have removed 99% of my books from KU is simple. KU demands exclusivity and if I did that I would have to say goodbye to libraries and other stores like Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Apple. If you want a subscription service, check out Kobo Plus.