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31st October 2015

feodora5:24pm: [INT Bookring] The Empty Throne
I recently read this book

The Empty Throne


and now it shall travel as an international bookring.

Please post here your interest. If You have restrcitions where you wouldn´t send, please note there too. I will try to sort it a bit for countries and continents instead of "first-come-first-serve".

31st December 2011

melydia4:53pm: Year-end Book Round-up 2011
Under the cut are all the books I read, listened to, or started but didn't finish this year. It may well be a personal best. All links are BookCrossing books.

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What'd you read this year?

17th October 2011

nimrodiel4:00pm: 10th international Tiara Sweeps
I know there are some older bookcrossers here who don't always check into the forums frequently. I'm re-energizing the International Tiara Sweeps after a three year hiatus when the last winner stopped being active in bookcrossing.

Come join in the fun!

http://www.bookcrossing.com/forum/10/466395

28th April 2011

melydia1:01pm: BookCrossing Article in Street Sense
Recently I met with Kelsey Osterman, a reporter for Street Sense. This biweekly newspaper is written, published, and sold mainly by homeless and formerly homeless people. Ms. Osterman's editor had found a BookCrossing book, and she contacted BCinDC about doing an interview. We met up with her a few weeks ago, and the article is the cover story for the latest issue. If you're in the Washington area, purchase a copy for only $1 from one of their vendors. Otherwise, you can read the article here: Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost.

25th April 2011

botulpha11:59pm: New Member
Hi, I just thought I'd introduce myself.

I'm 28 years old and I live in Boston, MA. I am relatively new to Bookcrossing and only have a few books up on my shelf at the moment. I still haven't quite figured out how to do the wish list yet. If I could figure it out, the first author I would put on is Emile Zola.

Here is my Bookcrossing link: http://www.bookcrossing.com/mybookshelf/AgnesOfBohemia/

Glad to be here!

ETA: Figured out the wish list and added some books =D

19th April 2011

thebiblioholic1:04am: BCinDC
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This weekend (actually, also Thursday and Friday) I was in Washington D.C. attending the BC in DC BookCrossing 10th Anniversary convention. I had a fabulous time catching up with old friends, making new friends, and touring the sights in Washington. The organizers did an amazing job! I released a duffel bag's worth of books and managed to come home with fewer books than I left with.

Photos from the weekend are on Flickr.

11th April 2011

thebiblioholic1:05am: Books, books, books


I just registered a pile of books for the BC in DC BookCrossing convention.

6th January 2011

elven_ranger4:21pm: Large used books to be moved along, for postage only. Paypal only please as would like to get as many as possible, shifted this coming weekend. UK based, happy to send worldwide. Up to 5 books per parcel (no more because they are large books and I have to carry parcels to post office on foot!) though you can have as many parcels as you want. Let me know what you are interested in and if its UK or foreign, then I can work out exact postage.

I dont have time for bookcrossing myself thanks to uni, work, theatre company, stunt work, voluntary work taking up every waking moment, but maybe some of the people who do, would be interested in some of this lot. I asked the local thrift shops and they only want "nice easy novels for mature ladies" so it would be the bin if they dont go...

Xposted.

Secondary school level books: 

GCSE Biology: Longman Revise Guide
GCSE British & European History: Longman Revise Guide
GCSE Biology: Letts Study Aids: Revise
GCSE French- Letts Revise/ Gloria Richards
GCSE History 1750- 1986: Letts Revise/ Peter Lane
GCSE Mathematics: Longman Revise Guide (maths)
Guide to "To Kill A Mockingbird " Letts Study Aids GCSE
AQA GCSE Science - Revision & Classroom companion 2006
GCSE Mathematics (Higher Level)
GCSE AQA Anthology Poems from Heany,Clark, pre 1914
CGP GCSE Additional Science -higher level
Longman Study Guide GCSE Science
Letts Study Guide: A Level Economics - Ray Powell 1997
A Level Modern History: Letts Study Aids
A level and AS level Longman Revise Guide FRENCH
Assessment Tests in English for Key Stage 2 (age 11)
Directions 2: reading skills (childrens schoolbook)
Exploring Graphs (Able Children) Mathematics textbook
Mental Maths for ages 9 -10 (textbook)
Key Stage 3 Science - life processes & living things
Key Stage 3 English (Letts Educational) textbook


DIY/ Interior Design:

Bathrooms Design Styles - Marks & Spencers Home (NEW)
Living Rooms Design Styles Marks & Spencers Home (NEW)
The Illustrated Guide To Home Needlecrafts
The Dairy Book Of Home Management
Creative Interior Design
347 Woodworking Patterns
Soft Furnishings For Your Home/ Sharyn Skrabanich

Books on teaching and schools (smaller books)

Modern Practice in the infant school - Lesley webb
Involving Parents in Nursery and Infant Schools    
Overcoming Dyslexia - Dr Beve Hornsby
Managing Finance In Schools- Blanchard/ Lovell/ Ville    

Random reference
Guinness: Boxing: The Records (1987 ed) Ian Morrison
A Point of View - Barry Took (TV biography) hardcover
Peter Carey: The True History Of The Kelly Gang
Understanding your Irritable Bowel    
Anatomy and Physiology Applied To Nursing
Firefighting: A Pictorial History - Neil Wallington    
Formula One: A Complete Race By Race Guide (1997)
Great Walks of Britain: 38 Glorious Walks    
Plymouth Diocesan Yearbook 2004
The Videomaker Handbook (film making book)
Windowbox Gardening by David Joyce
British Equestrian Directory 1993- 94
The Wonders Of Science - 1965 hardcover book

1st January 2011

melydia11:14am: Year-end Book Roundup: 2010
All links are to BookCrossing journal entries. How'd your reading go this year?

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24th December 2010

katekintailbc8:57pm: Register for the convention today to save money!
Thousands and thousands of free books. Tours of the largest library in the world. A handful of different release walks. Trips to battlefields, the national zoo, historic towns, Poe landmarks, and a local book festival. A literary museum hopper hunt. Author speakers. Tons of fun games and great prizes. Socializing with other BookCrossers.

You won’t want to miss all the excitement at the 10th Anniversary BookCrossing Convention in Washington, D.C. on April 15-17, 2011. Registration is open now for only $150 and there’s a payment plan available. The price increases on January 1, 2011 so register now to save money! http://tinyurl.com/bcindcregistration

Once you register, you’ll be able to reserve your spot in some of the activity choices and purchase extras. If you register in December, you’ll also get 10 free raffle & prize tickets in this limited time offer.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us: http://tinyurl.com/bcindccontact

18th December 2010

katekintailbc12:11am: Convention 2011 registration price increases on Jan 1!
The Early Bird Rate for the 2011 BookCrossing Convention registration expires as the clock ticks over into the new year! That’s just two weeks away. We are on Eastern Standard Time here in D.C. and so that is when the change will become effective.

If you would like to qualify for the lower $150 rate you must do 2 things:

  1. you must submit your registration form BEFORE the clock strikes midnight on December 31, 2010 EST. (That’s when the ball falls in Times Square.)

  2. you must submit payment within 3 business days. That means that your PayPal transaction must be submitted or your check postmarked by Wednesday, January 5, 2011. If you cannot make this deadline then please send the regular convention fee amount of $175.

There are some special deals available now on the website: http://tinyurl.com/bcindcdeals In order to qualify you must submit your PayPal payment or postmark your check within 3 business days of submitting your registration form. Don’t get disqualified from some great deals by procrastinating on sending in the payment.

(Please note: if you submitted your forms prior to December 1 and you have already paid, you will be grandfathered in and are qualified for promotions regardless of the length of time it took you to pay).

What are you waiting for? We want to see YOU at the convention in April, so register today! http://tinyurl.com/bcindcregistration

5th October 2010

katekintailbc11:10pm: 2011 BookCrossing Convention Registration is Open!

Planning to attend the 2011 BookCrossing Convention in Washington, D.C.? You're in luck, because convention registration is now open! You can register for your convention pass & for additional extras on the website. With that comes a brand new registration FAQ page, plus several additions to the general convention FAQ.

Other new goodies:


Stay tuned for more and we'll see you in April!

4th October 2010

resqgeek8:03am: 2011 BookCrossing Convention registration now open
Early bird registration is now open for the 2011 BookCrossing Convention in Washington, DC. The convention will be held 15-17 April 2011. Register by 31 December for the lowest registration fees and to ensure that you reserve a spot to help celebrate BookCrossing's 10th birthday!

To register, visit: http://www.bcindc.zoiks.org/?page_id=257

26th May 2010

kairon131:24pm: Decisions
Two things:
To stop me from getting more and more frustrated and pissed off, I will be mostly avoiding the Bookcrossing site until they've ironed out the worst of the bugs. (I suspect I'll be avoiding it to some extent afterwards, as well.  I don't find it comfortable to read the forum posts any more, and the style isn't going to change any time soon, alas.)
I won't be wild releasing any books until the site is properly functional.  I can't do anything about the books already out there, but I don't want someone to find one of my books and be led to the site while it's in this state.

20th May 2010

katekintailbc12:46pm: BCinDC Fundraising Auction
In order to raise funds to help cover the starter costs of the 2011 BookCrossing Convention to be held in Washington, D.C., USA BCinDC is holding a silent auction. BCinDC has created themed boxes you can win.
BCinDC Auction banner


Bidding on the boxes will be staggered. A new box will be available for bidding each Monday and each box will remain available for a full 2 weeks to give you plenty of time to decide how much you really want it. The winning high bidder will be required to pay the bid price AND the shipping cost via PayPal within 3 days of the ending of the auction. Contact us if you have any questions.

30th March 2010

whatever_freak6:25pm: Int'l Bookring: 'A Clockwork Orange' by Anthony Burgess *1001 book*
I'm starting a bookring for 'A Clockwork Orange' by Anthony Burgess.
SIGN UP HERE

28th February 2010

amara_anon6:45pm: BookRay for Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden
I am starting a BookRay for Memoirs of a Geisha.

If you would like to sign up, please check out my BookCrossing journal entry here (scroll to the bottom). Thanks!

1st January 2010

melydia8:50am: Year-end Book Roundup: 2009
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What did you read this year?
Current Mood: accomplished

8th November 2009

kairon131:37am: Pennina - sad news
For those of you who don't visit Chit-Chat very often these days, some sad news - BookCrosser Pennina has died, after seeming to be on the mend from a recent illness.  The BookCrossing thread is here:
http://www.bookcrossing.com/forum/5/6537344/7
Her presence in the BookCrossing forums will be missed. I met her at the Unconvention in Brighton, and wish now I'd had more time to talk to her.

2nd November 2009

a1mfw8:41pm: PaperBackSwap Community
Didn't see a community for PaperBackSwap so I created one. paperbackswap

30th September 2009

bluemchenblatt8:03am: Romance
Hello everyone!My MtTBR is a thrilling adventure, but lately there's one thing missing: some more romance. There's nothing better to relax and make you feel alright than some little, cute story with a happy end. Well, the happy end isn't a must and it might be another genre with romance, but I'd like to know your favourite romantic reads! (So I can do a search on bookmooch and fetch some.) I'm just requesting that there's some sort of storyline.
So, throw some titles at me and if you ever think of any other feel-good book don't hesitate to talk to me about it! (Either here, at the BC-site or via email.)

Have a wonderful, inspiring day,
Bluemchenblatt

PS: I don't mind if you give an explanation why you like them, though it's not obligatory -of course!
Current Mood: sleepy

21st September 2009

poeticgoddss2:26pm: I'm searching for three books. THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER, GET ME OUT OF HERE and THE GLASS CASTLE. Does anyone have these books that's willing to share them?

5th September 2009

yuna_hen9:25pm: I adore bookcrossing, and I have to admit that everytime I sit down at a cafe or some other place and find a book crossing book, it's like its own unique thrill!

One thing that I adore about bookcrossing is that half of the time I would never have picked up the book in general, and then, suddenly, I've got this book to read and understand in relation to other books.

It's a really fun experience, one that really does help in the long run!

How many is the most you've "let out" at one time (day)?

I think my max was...three. Not so much, but still fun times!

1st September 2009

innae9:53am: Unusually excited about releasing books
I love Bookcrossing, but have been less than excited about releasing books lately (example, I had over 20 books for the One Word challenge in August, I released like 3 :( -- But September is a new month, and I am so excited for the LUCIA challenge (Read about it here)

Releasing for charity, that is just too cool. And I have some books with unusual female names that I am just so excited to release in honor of this awesome charity (like Miko)

I encourage everyone to join us!!

(Crossposted to my personal journal, so sorry for anyone who gets to see this twice)
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