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Get your favorite books in your library

I love libraries ❤

I love that they are such a wonderful resource for both readers and for indie authors. 

You can play an important part in supporting your favorite indie authors. Here’s how:

Recommend a Book to your Library on Overdrive

Step 1: Download the Overdrive app. Open the app and tap on the upper left-hand corner to access your library.

Step 2: When you reach your library’s Overdrive page, you can use the search bar to type in the title of the book you want. e.g. The Stone Mermaid by Aisha Urooj

Step 3: The search results will show similarly named books. Keep scrolling until you find your indie book/author. 

Step 4: Hit the word “Recommend” to ask your library to buy a copy. You can do this for both ebooks and paperback format (if available).

Step 5: You are done! You just recommended the book (and made an author very happy). When and if the library gets it, you’ll receive an email.

Recommend the books of your favorite indie authors to your libraries and librarians, and help support them in their writing career! 

Here is a helpful link with more details: Overdrive Help

My books on Smashwords: Aisha’s books on Smashwords

Other Libraries where my books are: Tolino, bibliotheca, Baker & Taylor, BorrowBox, Hoopla, Vivlio.

Thank you for reading! 

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Published by Aisha Urooj

I live in Toronto, Ontario. I love living in my multicultural city. My hobbies include writing, reading, painting and photography. I adore classic books and hope to someday emulate the books that I love and cherish. I have a newsletter you can join at Hope to see you there! 😊

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