Don't forget to order your supplies for this year's International BookCrossing Day (April 21)! The last day to order them is March 25, because we'll need time to get them to you before the big day arrives. And this year's labels were designed by Azuki and they're great. So don't miss out, get your orders in while you can!
Is there anyway I can send a message to someone who has registered on this site? I am trying to get in touch with Eugenia, the lady who posted an appeal for English books on the testimonials page. The first time I read it, there was an email address under her name which has since disappeared. Does anyone know what it was? please send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Dear Sally, i was so glad to receive your message.I'm sorry for not replying earlier-i just couldn't use a computer because of the problems with electricity. Frankly speaking,i almost gave up hoping that somebody responds to that idea with books.I can start hoping again now when received your e-mail. I'd appreciate ANY materials(books,magazines).It's so hard to learn a foreign language without anything to read except textbooks. I don't know how much would it cost to send a package to Russia but i hope it's not very expensive. I wouldn't want to ruin your budget, My address: 630089, NOVOSIBIRSK-89, ul.B.BOGATKOVA 209-136. Tumanova Eugenia. Please,let me know when (and if ) you send something so i could be sure that it is on the way. Sinserely, Eugenia."
I sent her about 10 books/mags but haven't heard a reply yet. I hope I didn't get her in trouble for sending "War & Peace". At one time it was not allowed in Russia. She's in Siberia, so do you think they are still somewhat censored? Sal