Wow, have I been having fun (and saving tons of money) getting all my eBooks through the library at no cost ... even new releases where I can put a "hold" on the book. Check-out OVERDRIVE
, it works in conjunction with your library. I use the KINDLE app as my reader (on my computer, iPad, iPhone and Kindle) and not only does it sync a single book on all these platforms, but it is who I return the book through. It took a while for me to figure-out the steps but now I find the book (library) and either check it out or put a hold on it, download it ~ they give a couple of options and I use KINDLE, then return it (for me, via managing my Kindle content in Amazon) ... but once you've got the routine down, very easy. I get notifications when a book is available and also after I return a book, I also was able to join a bunch more libraries off my local library card - thus expanding the number of books I could access. Love to hear what others think about this. I'll also note this in one of the APP threads.