I frequently check out books from the DC Public Library on my Sony Reader. I went to get some comp titles for SONATA, and was dismayed to find that there were no ebook versions available. Saddened, I started to investigate how much it would cost me to buy the books, in print or e-formats.
And then it dawned on me that the library loans out paper books, too.
Jessica S. Schley was once a pusher of very important papers for a small commercial nonfiction house. Nowadays, she divides her time between bookselling, being a grad student, and writing contemporary fiction for young adults.
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