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BookCrossing in Memory of Bronwyn Tate, New Zealand Writer & Teacher

April 30, 2005:
Just a reminder that the first week in May will find many books appearing all over New Zealand, as BookCrossers honour author and teacher Bronwyn Tate, who died in Palmerston North on 25 February. The event has been organized by BookCrossing's own <...

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In the News

April 29, 2005:
This issue's round-up begins with a hoot-n-holler from Texas, where we made the Archer City Newspaper! If you remember, some of our intrepid Conve...

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Get Carried Away at the Supply Store!

April 25, 2005:

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BBC Radio's Open Book interview features BC founder Ron Hornbaker and author Neil Gaiman

April 25, 2005:
BBC listeners had a real treat April 24 (replaying April 28), and the rest of us can listen via the magic of RealPlayer. For starters, there was an interview with the producer of 84 BookCrossing Road a new program to air on the BBC May 2nd. T...

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Creativity Corner

April 23, 2005:
This week we take a look at some creativity of a different kind. We call your attention to The Book Cemetery. Created by one of our active BookCrossers, "This bookshelf was set ...

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In the News

April 22, 2005:
No sooner was our last newsletter out than we got word of The Art of Book Dropp...

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Give BookCrossing your Thumbs Up through the Webby Awards

April 19, 2005:
Just a little reminder that BookCrossing was nominated for a Webby Award in both the Community and the

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It's a Bird! It's a Plane! No, it's Ballycumber!

April 19, 2005:
Our Running Book has a name! Ballycumber C. Bookcrossing! Taken from the term coined by Douglas Adams, a truly remarkable author of many books, including The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, ballycumber (n) refers to "one of the six hal...

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BookAid/BookCrossing Blitz in Britain

April 18, 2005:
If you happened to glance at the sidebar for releases on April 18, you would have noted that there was a constant stream of titles heading out into the wild all over the UK: more 

Something old, something new

April 18, 2005:
The sun shone bright in Texas this past weekend where over 40 BookCrossers gathered in Fort Worth to meet, greet, BookCross, and have a rousing good time! Organizers First-Noel,

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Announcing the New Extreme Weather Release Kit!

April 18, 2005:
What's better than our Extreme Release Kit? The new more 

Happy Birthday to Us! We're 4 years old and growing strong!

April 17, 2005:
Rather than try and toot our own horn, we're going to let Wyando speak for us. He wrote:
4 years ago, Reno started his wonderful idea to create a website to share books worldwide. Th...

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In the News

April 16, 2005:
Congratulations to Cajunz! An article she wrote on BookCrossing -- first published i...

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BookCrossing.com nominated for two 2005 Webby Awards

April 14, 2005:

The New York Times calls the Webbys "The Oscars of the Internet" and the Los Angeles Times hails them as the "only awards show for internet sites that matt...

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The BIG Release event in Guadalajara

April 13, 2005:
Many of you have noticed the growing number of books being registered by guadalajara and wondered what was going on. We checked in with the folks involved, and it's some pretty excit...

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National Library Week April April 10-16, 2005

April 10, 2005:
Libraries . . . what a great thing to celebrate! Click on over to the American Library Association website and see what's planned for the week. Then, get in the act...

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A book by any other name....

April 10, 2005:
Entries are flooding in for the Name the Baby contest announced last week. We've discovered that BookCrossers are indeed a clever bunch. We've had lots of Pages, Page Turners and Paiges, Boo...

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Charleston SC BookCrossers and Trident Literary Association: partners in promoting literacy

April 10, 2005:
Big things are beginning in Charleston, SC. Local BookCrossers and Trident Literac...

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Not able to make it to a Convention? How about Basel? Or Paris?

April 10, 2005:
The German BookCrossing community is planning another International Meet-up! (Last year's meeting in Tbingen was a grea...

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Sale at the Store!!!

April 9, 2005:
Summer's a comin' (well, in some hemispheres, it is)! Are you ready? Make sure your glasses don't get wild released when you're out by using our BookCrossing more 

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