A Christmas Carol
1 journaler for this copy...
I've been BookCrossing for over fifteen years now - I first read about it in the Los Angeles Times, and I went to the website at bookcrossing.com to see what it was about. I read a lot of books, and it makes sense to pass them on to someone when I'm done with them - this is a fun way to do it and see where your book ends up. I've left books in parks, restaurants, stores, Disneyland, cruise ships, on the steps of a church in France, behind a statue in Nassau and near a Hawaiian volcano. I've gotten notices that my books have ended up in Rome on someone's honeymoon, in Afghanistan with a soldier and once a book was journaled seven years after I left it in a restaurant. Where was it all this time? It had only traveled about ten miles?!
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