Recent Book Activity
River of Smoke
The Grapes of Wrath
*Bag of Bones
The Thirty-Nine Steps (Wordsworth Classics)
Our Kind of Traitor
Empire of Sand
Where the Forest Meets the Sea
The Grass is Singing
The Consolations of Philosophy
The Story of Lucy Gault
"Hannah Montana": Seeing Green Bk. 8
David Beckham: My Side
The Emperor Mage (Immortals)
|4 weeks||all time|
|released in the wild||222||18,332|
|controlled releases caught||2||647|
|new member referrals||0||58|
"People disagreeing everywhere you look, makes you wanna stop and read a book." - Bob Dylan
Suffolk BookCrossers meet at CoffeeLink, Neptune Marina, Ipswich at lunchtime on the second Saturday of the month. Just look for the table with lots of books on.
I currently live in Ipswich but many of my releases were made when I lived in Essex and before that in Highland, Scotland.
The name 'Ardachy' comes from the name of the Bed and Breakfast my wife and I ran on the Black Isle in Highland Scotland at the time I discovered BookCrossing.
Thanks to swan-scot. who was instrumental in my discovering bookcrossing. I enjoy walking and cycling so I release books to picnic tables and benches on local walks and rides. I am happy to consider trading books where the status set by me is 'Available' or 'To be read' although you may have to wait a little longer for one of the latter.
The figure for wild releases is accurate as I did standard journal entries for books passed directly to anyone prior to the introduction of controlled release stats.
My Little Free Library is here.
I use this OBCZ directory
I am also Ardachy on Litsy
I am also Ardachy on LibraryThing
I am also Ardachy on BookMooch
I am also Ardachy on Geocaching and am on the Facebook group
I am also Ardachy on Markeroni
I am a member of Flickr and my bookcrossing photos may be found here
World Book Club
I am a big supporter of micro-finance as a tool to help people get out of poverty. I am on the BookCrossing team on the following sites:-
Links to websites of some of my favourite authors:-
Ursula K Le Guin
Alexander McCall Smith
You're I, Robot!
by Isaac Asimov
While you have established a code of conduct for many generations to
follow, your demeanor is rather cold and calculating. Brought up to serve humans, you
have promised never to harm them, to follow orders, and to protect yourself. Living up
to this code has proved challenging and sometimes even drives you mad. If you were a
type of paper, you would be pulp.
Take the Book Quiz
at the Blue Pyramid.