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From Hamilton, Ohio USA
Age 51
Joined Tuesday, November 05, 2002
Recent Book Activity
4 weeks all time
books registered 5 1,151
released in the wild 2 1,556
controlled releases 0 3
releases caught 0 299
controlled releases caught 0 3
books found 0 649
tell-a-friend referrals 0 578
new member referrals 0 15
forum posts 4 1,132
Extended Profile
2019 - 52 Towns in 52 Weeks Challenge
1. Sharonville, Ohio

2018 - 52 Towns in 52 Weeks Challenge
1. Yellow Springs, Ohio
2. Mason, Ohio
3. Loveland, Ohio
4. Nashville, Tennessee
5. Brussels, Belgium
6. Krakow, Poland
7. Oswiecim, Poland
8. Oxford, Ohio
9. Crozet, Virginia
10. Williamsburg, Virginia
11. Virginia Beach, Virginia
12. Petersburg, Virginia
13. Beckley, West Virginia
14. Frankfurt, Germany
15. Bad Soden, Germany
16. Konigstein, Germany
17. Wyoming, Ohio
18. Quebec City, Canada
19. Fairfield, Ohio
20. Clifton, Ohio
21. Madrid, Spain
22. Toledo, Spain
23. Seville, Spain
24. Granada, Spain
25. Barcelona, Spain
26. Hamilton, Ohio
27. Hilton Head, South Carolina
28. Newport, Kentucky
29. Geneva, Ohio
30. Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio
31. Seville, Ohio
32. Harveysburg, Ohio
33. Westerville, Ohio
34. Jeffersonville, Ohio
35. Covington, Kentucky
36. Cleveland, Ohio
37. Ashland, Ohio
38. Bruges, Belgium
39. London, England
40. Cincinnati, Ohio
41. Brookville, Indiana
42. Dayton, Ohio
43. West Chester, Ohio
44. Walton, Kentucky
45. Bridgetown, Ohio
46. Trenton, Ohio
47. Sharonville, Ohio
48. Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada
49. Windsor, Ontario, Canada
50. Detroit, Michigan
51. Rochester, Michigan
52. Freeport, Bahamas

Just a bit about me...
I travel any chance I get and release books as I go. I hunt for them, too, when the opportunity arises. Let's just say, Bookcrossing is included in every trip I take.

My house is overflowing with books. I learned about Bookcrossing from a small blurb in a USA Weekend article (I think) back in 2002 and thought it might be a neat way to pass along a few books that I didn't especially want to keep. At that point I was still hoarding books and couldn't bear the thought of parting with any. Thirteen years later, I find that I have more books than ever even though I release books all the time. My house is still overflowing with books, but I don't really care. They keep me happy.

What kind of bookcrosser are you
Your Result: Obsessive releaser

You release, release, release. Discretion is not your middlename anymore. Buying grocery's, going to the dentist, a sunny day in the park, on holiday; every step you take, you take a book to go with you to be released.

Thematic dropper
Talk of the toy
ring in bundles
Love to meet
Playfull RBACKer
strange looking bystander
lucky lurker
What kind of bookcrosser are you
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Recently, I had the good fortune of being interviewed about Bookcrossing. Read the interview here:

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