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Where I Get Books From

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Hi everyone! How are you doing? What have you been reading lately?

My reading has been a bit of a rollercoaster. I have somehow read a lot this year. I think this is mainly down to reading graphic novels and audiobooks. I've been reading a mix of physical books, ebooks and audiobooks. With life and chronic illness I am wondering whether to go back to mainly reading via audio. 

Here are some places where I read, including some really great resources.


The library is still an amazing resource and I highly recommend checking it out for physical books, as well as ebooks and audiobooks! Depending on your library, you may have access to a wide range of books.

Scribd (now Everand)

Scribd has recently rebranded as Everand, it is an excellent resource for ebooks and audiobooks. They have a massive selection! If you haven't checked it out, you can get 60 days free, you can cancel or continue and for a monthly subscription you can read a lot of books. I read a lot on here, particularly graphic novels and middlegrade audiobooks. I always check if there's a book on here before going elsewhere.

Libro fm

Libro fm is a brilliant company that is now available internationally. You pay a monthly subscription where you can get one audiobook a month and you can buy audiobooks at reduced prices. Each subscription/purchase supports independent bookshops! They're also doing a deal where you can get a free audiobook when you join.

I also use places like Kindle and Audible.

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