Wild Game Cookbook
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I have been saving, hoarding and collecting books with a Southern theme or by a Southern author for over a year now, and am finally starting to register them. Why? For my contribution to the 2007 BookCrossing Convention (which is here in Charleston SC) Goodie Bags! Or for a Southern Books table. Or for a Gift Basket, Door Prize or whatever purpose the prize patrol deems worthy. This is one such book. If I haven't read it (or another copy of it) already, I'm hoping to get it read before the convention. Then it'll go into a tidy stack labeled "Convention Books". Each one originating with me bears a little sticker on it saying it originated its travels at the 07 Convention and has the southern theme. Enjoy! (And don't forget to let the book check in before you release it!)
Rescued from the Convention pile-- to go up to Possum Trot's library.
Journal Entry 3
Little Free Library - Harold's Cabin in Charleston, South Carolina USA on Sunday, October 08, 2017
Released 2 yrs ago (10/8/2017 UTC) at Little Free Library - Harold's Cabin in Charleston, South Carolina USA
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
I'm pretty sure this has a place, if only temporary, with Harold's Cabin management. Sometime in the future, it may find itself tucked into the little free library there.
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