Readers: Nearly all of my ebooks are available to Overdrive. This is the place libraries use to buy their ebooks from. If you want my ebooks carried at your library you need to request the books.
This snippet is from a helpful blog post from Draft2Digital that helps explain how to do this.
“OverDrive serves a large number of libraries globally, but having your book in the system doesn’t necessarily mean it’s available for library patrons to find. Libraries typically won’t spend money on a book unless there’s sign of a demand. Fortunately, though, the best sign of demand is completely within your grasp: Go and request your books.Log on to your library’s web portal, use the library’s app, use the OverDrive app, or swing by a physical library location, and ask for your title. This will call attention to the fact that your title isn’t actually available, and the helpful librarians will then place an order for it.
It takes a bit for books to appear in the catalog, once they’re ordered. You can expect a 14- to 21-day wait, in most cases. So the sooner you ask for it, the sooner it’s there for other patrons to discover.”
You can read the entire blog post from Draft2Digital here