― Mark Twain
And we've got it!
Here are our books:
Road to Character - David Brooks
Red Rising - Pierce Brown
Joe Steeler - Harry Turtledove
The Just City - Jo Walton
Golden Son - Pierce Brown
The Annihilation Score - Charles Stross
Apex - Ramez Naam
Luna: New Moon - Ian McDonaldA Carlin Home Companion - Kelly Carlin
The Arrangement - Ashley Warlick
The Man on the Washing Machine - Susan Cox
Death by Water - Kenzaburo Oe
The Hours Count - Jillian Cantor
The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared - Jonas Jonasson
The Royal We - Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan
Black Widow - Randy Wayne White
The Muralist - B.A. Shapiro
The Nightmare - Lars Kepler
The Boys in the Boat - Daniel James Brown
The Language of God - Francis Collins
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
The Sandcastle Girls - Chris Bohjalian
The Swans of Fifth Avenue - Melanie Benjamin
Ladder of Years - Anne Tyler
The Warmth of Other Suns - Isabel Wilkerson
A Walk in the Woods - Bill Bryson
I Am My Own Wife - Doug Wright
Wildlife Wars: The Life and Times of a Fish and Game Warden - Terry Grosz
The Bangor Maine Police Department on Facebook
The Burn Palace - Stephen Dobyns
GETTING FREE DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT
MOVIES — Hoopla Digital, Overdrive, Crackle, Open Culture.
TV SHOWS — Hoopla Digital, Google for show websites.
MUSIC — Hoopla Digital, Freegal, Spotify, Pandora.
EBOOKS — Hoopla Digital, Overdrive, Project Gutenberg.
AUDIOBOOKS — Hoopla Digital, Overdrive, Librivox.
COMICS — Hoopla Digital.
NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES — Overdrive (for magazines), Sanduskyregister.com, cleveland.com (app available), Washingtonpost.com (free with Register subscription, app available), USA Today.
PROVIDERS (Google for website)
Hoopla Digital — The most important library digital service. Movies, TV shows, comic books, lots of music, ebooks, audiobooks. Easy to use app. Hoopladigital.com, register with your library card (all local libraries).
Freegal — Has the music that isn't licensed to Hoopla. Available from Cuyahoga County Public Library and others.
Overdrive — Ebooks, audiobooks and magazines. Available at all local libraries.
Spotify — Music source, free with ads. Now has the Beatles.
Crackle — Free TV shows and movies, aimed at male audience.
Open Culture — Old movies in the public domain, college lectures, free art books.
Pandora — Internet radio, free with ads.
Project Gutenberg — Free public domain ebooks (Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Mark Twain, Charles Dickens etc.)
LibriVox — Free public domain audiobooks.
NOTE: All of these services have apps for your smartphone or tablet. Services from libraries are in boldface.