Libraries have always shined when sharing was the topic of conversation. Written in stone above the entrance to the Carnegie library in Oakland, Pennsylvania, it says, "Free to the People". The Green Mountain Library Consortium and its participating libraries are taking sharing and free resources to the next level with their digital lending library, ListenUpVermont (LUV). As a librarian at a participating library, Milton High School, it is awesome to see how and when LUV is used. The tenacious readers now have access to almost 10,000 ebooks and audiobooks 24/7/365 from any remote spot that they hope to read. Project Gutenburg started this revolution back in the nineties, getting as many novels digitized as possible. Now through GMLC and the Overdrive platform digital lending and reading is a reality. eReaders, phones, and tablets all allow for easy reading whatever your situation. If you want a book and the brick and mortar building is closed, use LUV. If you want a book and can't get a ride to the public library, use LUV. If you are away on vacation and can't use the public library in the region you are in, use LUV. Anytime, anywhere, LUV has books available for you to read.