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Joined Wednesday, January 29, 2003
ONE LITTLE BOOK
One little book
left in a bus
going to Memphis
taken and read
very much enjoyed
flying to Detroit
wasn't my style
in hotel lobby
found by New Yorker
with balding dome
vacationed in Rome
at picnic by brook
man spotted and took
to family reunion
seen by his niece
returned to Venice
hated the ending
friend saw on table
cover to cover
loved the heroine
read it again
But we never knew
those amazing wondrous adventures it flew
as that one little book
small sad and lost
Husband (Hi A.), number cruncher, and gamer extraordinaire -- video games, pencil puzzles, jigsaws, wordplay..
My profile picture is from John Kovalic's Dork Tower (copyrighted, edited and used with permission). The dialogue:
Panel 1 - "I am looking for one book. I will only look for one book. I will not look at, pick up, or even contemplate anything but that one book."
Panel 2 - "I should never go into bookstores."
Visit his website and support Dork Tower cartoons.
If I have found a Bookcrossing book, it *will* eventually be released. I'm a slow reader; thanks for your patience. I do not trade often so mainly I'm reading, releasing, and recommending. I listed personal copies of books so you can see what has influenced me. Any book I've registered will be released unless I note it as for personal collection.
I tried to release books at Official Bookcrossing Zones rather than the wild. My only OBCZ in Mr. Toad's Coffeehouse in Cary NC closed. What to do... I will never be able to read all these books. I am in the process of getting rid of most of my books. I don't know yet if they'll end up on the "free stuff" table at work, in a care package, with a friend, given as a donation. I have so many titles that I won't be tracking how or when. Most probably won't even have journal entries that I let them go.
I am climbing Mt. TBR. My periodic journals:
Day 18 -- Day 24 -- Day 34 -- Day 41 -- Day 50 -- Day 62 -- Day 89 -- Day 153 -- Day 206 -- A map of Mt. TBR -- Summit reached? -- Day 308 -- Day 362 -- Day 406 -- Day 533 and a picture of MT. TBR -- Day 653 -- Day 934
My Bookcrossing philosophy and retrospective after one year
Bookring -- Stephen King's Dark Tower series
Book One: The Gunslinger
Book Two: The Drawing of the Three
Book Three: The Waste Lands
Book Four: Wizard and Glass (to be read and sent)
Bookray -- Fast Food Nation
Vysion's U.S.A. Grand Tour -- Visit their journal entries as they travel the states:
Fahrenheit 451 - Copy A
Fahrenheit 451 - Copy B
Fahrenheit 451 - Copy C
Fahrenheit 451 - Copy D
Fahrenheit 451 - Copy E
If my profile isn't enough, more of my writing can be found in Bookcrossing articles, specifically:
How to label a book for release
Reading led me here (a personal story)
Climbing Mt. TBR (to be read)
Profiles in privacy
Being friendly (friends lists)
What do I do at Bookcrossing?
Let's get opinionated (book reviews)
BC 10 step program
No more Bookcrossing!
A prescription for happy Bookcrossing
BC is history in the making
A BC poet, robert-n-kate
Vysion's USA grand tour (Fahrenheit 451)
Currently Rereading: Raymond Feist's Midkemia books, videogame magazines, and my new Kindle Fire
Recently finished: Simon R. Green's Deathstalker series, Thief of Time, The Truth, Going Postal, Lucifer's Hammer, Neuromancer, Jingo, Feet of Clay, Next, Soul Music, Guards! Guards!, Reaper Man, The Last Continent
Thanks to Bookcrossing and thank you for reading. Oh, and the name is vision with one i.