Are your books ever going to be in KU?
I never say never, but at the moment I’m not considering it. Though, there are other ways that you can read my books for free (libraries) or through a subcription service similar to Kindle Unlimited.
- Scribd For $11.99 a month, you can read as many books as you’d like on their platform. Besides ebooks, you can also listen to audiobooks for free, as well as read magazines and listen to podcasts.
- Kobo Plus For $9.99 per month, you can access their library of eBooks and audiobooks (yep, you get two service for the priced of one) and not only my books are there, but some of my audiobooks are also part of this subscription service.
Another way to read my books is through the library. Your local library might already have them in my catalog, or you can always request them. If you don’t have access to a public library, there are a couple more services:
- Overdrive is an ebook and audio service where you can check out books through your local library. All you need is a library card. Through Overdrive’s Libby app, you’ll be able to find a list of titles your library offers, and borrow ebook copies through the app, including Megan Linski titles. You can even send these titles to your Kindle app through Libby. You can learn how to download and use the Libby app here
- Hoopla is another library service where you can borrow ebooks and audiobooks for free. Sign up for that and search for Claudia Burgoa.