"A book lying idle on a shelf is wasted ammunition. Like money, books must be kept in constant circulation. Lend and borrow to the maximum--of both books and money! But especially books, for books represent infinitely more than money."
So I was at a conference out-of-town and left 2 books. By the time I got home the next day, one of the had been found! My very first wild release that someone caught. So exciting. Problem is - I didn't get home to my computer in time to list that I had released it. I guess it's not a big deal - they put where it had been found. But is there a way for me to put a release note now to explain it's journey from one side of my state to another?
But you could edit the first Journal Entry and put there where it has been released
That's what I do too (if I'm lucky enough to get a quick catch). I just add a note stating when and where it was released and that it was caught before I could post at the end of my previous JE. Congrats.
You are correct, MelissaLD , that it isn't a good idea to do a release note after someone has journaled it , as that makes the book look like it is back in your possession again.