Though I don't know how Geocaching works - is releasing objects en masse inherent to it?
One way that people have combined Geocaching and Book Crossing is to create a special Geocache loaded with BC books, and maybe even make it a zone of sorts. Another way is to just release books individually as they find different Geocaches. I guess I might try it both ways, but I'm still in the thinking stages. I'm going to have to receive more input from users here, as well as reading up on the rules. I'm trying to keep it on the inexpensive side, but still keep the released items up to a standard that they will be acceptable among the users here. I have seen a few Puzzle books that are the same format as some of the monthly magazine types, but they have an ISBN, so I'll have to figure out if they are up to par. I also have found some spiral bound puzzle books that have an ISBN.
I guess I need to rethink my original thoughts that anything with an ISBN is acceptable, and also rethink the thought that everything must have one?
What is considered the definition here of a "Bound" journal/Notebook/Puzzle Book? Are paperbacks with glued bindings acceptable for these uses, or would these be dragging the hobby to the lowest common denominator? How about blank notebooks with a single sewn binding(like a total of 40-60 pages)?
Maybe I should collect some examples of what I'd like to use and post some pictures to get better feedback.
Please, help me keep from clouding things up here, if my ideas are not up to par, feel free to let me know.