I had been reading free books from Project Gutenberg for a while now, but only just began the Overdrive books. I began this once the library shut down amid the pandemic. It's one of the places I am dying to get back to.
There are pros and cons of digital reading, though there seem to be more cons. Some books have a wait of six months. And some titles are not available at all. They can be suggested, but that does not guarantee they will be added. I have suggested some titles and none have been added. And having to stare at my computer screen for so long and being unable to read in bed. I have also been listening to audiobooks on Overdrive, but have to sit near my computer to hear most of them, unlike on CD, when I can can get up and listen. The pros of course is that it is free with your library card.
I'm glad that Zip Books via my library is still running during this time. Up to three items can be ordered a month. Those ordering from Zip Books will hold onto the items ordered until the library reopens. I have two books from Zip right now. I now wonder how many I will accumulate before the library reopens.
And of course there is my stash at home that I have been working through. Gets so hard to decide sometimes. Still prefer this kind of books.