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Creativity Corner

March 13, 2005:
Creative kudos to D1MD2004 and the media students from Freiburg in Southern Germany. As part of an upcoming school project, they have created some fabulous BookCrossing designs. We've p...

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One City, One Story books going wild

March 12, 2005:
Today's the day! And so is next Saturday and the Saturday after that! If you are in the right place at the right time in Pasadena, California, you might find a copy of Kite Runner, by ...

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Viva Dutch BookCrossers! In the News again!

March 12, 2005:
The Dutch magazine Viva is aimed primarily at young(ish) women. It is well-known and very popular throughout the Netherlands. And Dutch BookCrosser Owlet managed to get exposure for ...

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Lights! Camera! Books! BCUK turning Pages with Page Turners

March 12, 2005:
I know, I know, it should be "action" in that title, but the BBC’s idea was to capture the spirit of a BookCrossing Meet-up so the books quite rightly took centre stage. However, that’s not to say that some media stars weren’t in evidence w...

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Register for US Conference before March 17 and SAVE

March 9, 2005:
Registration for the upcoming Fort Worth, TX convention in April is currently $60. But register now, because after March 17, the price will go up. If the registration form is postmarked after March 17, 2005, please add a $5 late fee. The $60 registra...

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Love BookCrossing? Let Lovemarks know!

March 9, 2005:
Lovemarks reach your heart as well as your mind, creating an intimate, emotional connection that you just can’t live without. Ever. Take a brand away and people will find a replacement. Take BookCrossing away and no doubt people would loudly protest ...

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BookCrossing as publishing's "potential Napster crisis"? Not!

March 6, 2005:
While we have had plenty of positive press lately, we though this speech of Caroline Michel of Harper Press reprinted in the Guardian worth sharing. According to Ms. Mi...

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A note from the Support Team

March 6, 2005:
Having trouble logging in? Notice that the "secure" link at the Supply Store seems to be missing? Can't find a feature you are looking for? The culprit may be an incorrect url. Remember our web address is more 

BookCrossing celebrates World Book Day in style

March 4, 2005:
BookCrossing helped celebrate the UK World Book Day on 3 March with great fanfare. Aside from all the media mentions (see related article in this newsletter). more 

Calling all US BookCrossers wishing to donate to Book Aid International

March 3, 2005:
Rutledge Coffee and Cream (in Charleston, SC), which hosts the RutledgeCoffee OBCZ, has volunteered to be a state-side collection point for B...

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BCAUS Convention Sweepstakes! Enter Now!

March 3, 2005:
The next Australian Bookcrossing Convention will be held 24-26 June 2005 in Brisbane Queensland Australia! There will be a GRAND SWEEPSTAKES (with a difference!) held in conjunction with the Convention. All BookCrossers, with the exception of Austral...

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Creativity Corner

March 3, 2005:
Did you see a really great release photo for a book? Or did you find a clever way to use one of our Sup...

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BookCrossing makes news everywhere!

February 28, 2005:
BookCrossing seems to be hitting the news in all sorts of places! As articles appear, we shall add them here for you to read. First off, our own ...

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Austrian Bookcrossers raise up a song for the victims of the Tsunami

February 28, 2005:
Austrian rock'n rollin' BookCrosser, JoeFritzHaller, and his Band Once More gave a benefit concert 17 February for victims of the December Tsunam...

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A Pack-Rat (and Reporter) Discovers BookCrossing

February 27, 2005:
The ever-alert mojosmom brought our attention to an article i...

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Are you ready to Read Across America?

February 26, 2005:
The National Education Association's Read Across America, which began as a one-day event to celebrate reading on Dr Suess' March 2 birthday, has grown into a nationwide initiative that pr...

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Creativity counts!

February 25, 2005:
Did you see a really great release photo for a book? Or did you find a clever way to use one of our Supply Store products? If so, send a message with "newsletter" in the subject to us fr...

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News from The Netherlands

February 24, 2005:
Recently, the biggest newspaper in the Netherlands, De Telegraaf discovered BookCrossing thanks to an enthusiastic article in BOEK, a magazine dedicated to books. T...

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Your Wish is Our Command; More on Book Aid

February 24, 2005:
Many of you have cried "More!" after our announcement in the last newsletter of the newest BookCrossing Partner, Book Aid International. There's lots going on with BAI and much more to come, so here's a bit more to get you all started.

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Well-traveled book gets well-deserved follow-up

February 23, 2005:
Back in September of 2003, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer offered an article about BookCrossing. Several BookCrosse...

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