Kicking from Beyond the 40 is now on Hoopla. If you need a refresher about Hoopla, it is a service available through your local library that allows you to borrow ebooks and other digital files to view on your computer or mobile device. So if your library uses Hoopla as their ebook service, borrow and read Kicking from Beyond the 40 today!
Two of my books are now on Hoopla: Journey Through the Video Game World and The Treasure of Milky Lake. In case you’re not sure what Hoopla is, it’s a service offered by your local public library that allows you to borrow ebooks and other digital files to view on your computer or mobile device. So, if your library uses Hoopla as their ebook service, borrow and read either Journey Through the Video Game World or The Treasure of Milky Lake today!
It may have taken almost six years since the first print edition of Kicking from Beyond the 40 was published, but I am now happy to announce that the book is now available in electronic format: both EPUB and MOBI! That’s right! If you’ve been wanting your own copy of Kicking from Beyond the 40 for your e-reader, tablet, smartphone, or computer, and you were holding off on buying the book waiting for the day that I might possibly figure out a way to get it into an electronic format, you can wait no more! And if you were hoping that you could borrow an e-copy from your local library, that option is also available!
These are the stores that will hold the ebook formats of Kicking from Beyond the 40: Amazon, Kobo (sorry, no Chapters.ca or other Kobo-affiliated stores at this time), Barnes and Noble (for the Nook), Apple Books Store (for the iPad, iPhone, and Mac), Playster, 24Symbols, OverDrive, Scribd, Tolino, whatever libraries are on Bibliotecha, and whatever libraries are on the Baker and Taylor catalog.
Revelstoke Library now has a copy of The Treasure of Milky Lake in its collection. So, if you are near there, you can check it out on their shelves.
If you’re looking to head to the library to read The Treasure of Milky Lake, you can now do so in the following libraries:
- Calgary Public Library
- High River
- Turner Valley (Sheep River Library)
If you’re closest library is not in one of the above locations, please let your local library know that you would like them to add The Treasure of Milky Lake to their collection.
I just wanted to let you all know that Journey Through the Video Game World is now in the Calgary Public Library system. Just go to your branch and ask for it. If there is a copy there, you can borrow it from that branch. If not, they will do their inter-branch transfer and once your branch has gotten a copy, you can borrow it.
If you don’t live in Calgary, but would like your library to stock Journey Through the Video Game World, just tell your librarian that you would like them to carry the book.