Sure, there are libraries but to be candid I'd be more likely to read more often if I didn't have to read mucked-up, dirtied pages. I would love for there to be an Apple Music for books, rather than a Netflix, but unfortunately there isn't. (If you didn't get the analogy: Apple Music has basically all music. Netflix has a limited selection of films.) Heck, it'd be fantastic if Barnes & Noble offered a physical subscription. I want to start reading voraciously, although cost is a limiting factor in that. Not that I can't afford it, but I'd prefer not to increase my spending by $1,000/year if I were to try to read 100 books a year, or even ~ $500/year if I were to read one book a week. Although I barely play video games these days, I make it work by buying on-sale then selling at basically the same price. It'd certainly help if I could do the same with books by getting books deeply discounted then selling afterwards. I do enjoy reading books on my iPhone (also great for quick research on topics) but I think there's more accountability and less room for distraction with a physical book. I know there are a lot of people out there reading dozens of brand new/digital books per year. How do you make it work?