The landscape of finding and getting fiction (and non-fiction for leisure reading) has changed dramatically in the past few years, and one of the most disruptive new developments could turn out to be Oyster, a "Netflix for books" ebook subscription. While somewhat expensive and with a developing selection of materials, the platform is amazingly easy to use, and makes finding and reading ebooks a two step process: find a book, start reading. Compare this to getting ebooks (or even print books) from your library, a process which could take multiple user names and up to a dozen steps. For both the future of libraries, and my own selfish desires, I want to make this better! This speculative talk will discuss an idea I have (that I will need help with) to make finding and borrowing leisure reading materials less frustrating, and will hopefully result in a library-wide conversation about the discovery of, and access to, leisure reading materials.