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From Tucson, Arizona USA
Age 47
Joined Wednesday, January 1, 2003
Recent Book Activity
4 weeks all time
books registered 5 2,110
released in the wild 0 171
controlled releases 0 0
releases caught 0 17
controlled releases caught 0 0
books found 0 19
tell-a-friend referrals 0 22
new member referrals 0 13
forum posts 0 22
Extended Profile
Wild Release Updates:
February 2024: Shsamani journaled "The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend" which a traded at Bookman's in November 2023. It's now in North Carolina.
December 2023: An anonymous finder journaled "State of Wonder" after I left in in a Little Free Library in November.
October 2023: QuakkaQueen journaled "The Vanishing Half" after I traded it at Bookman's two years ago.
March 2023: An anonymous finder journaled "The Lincoln Highway."
January 2023: Thea66 journaled "The Lincoln Highway" which I traded at Bookman's in October 2022.
February 2022: Anonymous in Tucson journaled "Saving Fish from Drowning" which I traded at Bookman's in June 2009.
February 2022: Anonymous journaled "How to Pronounce Knife" from Washington State. I traded it a Bookman's in October 2021.
December 2020: Anonymous journaled "Into the Beautiful North" from San Diego. I traded the book at Bookman's in 2018.
December 2020: gtoblkg journaled "Bridget Jones's Diary" from California. I released this copy 16 years ago at a book sale!
January 2016: NRanger7 picked up "Prodigal Summer" at one Little Free Library, realized they already owned a copy, and re-released it in another Little Free Library.
January 2016: The Multicultural Southwest was bought by a student in Ohio.
October 2015: On a roll! Affinity was bought at Bookman's on Speedway and journaled by an anonymous finder, and Roots was journaled by the cashier who priced it at Bookman's! :)
October 2015: Number9Dream was bought at Bookman's and registered by an anonymous finder.
October 2015: I donated "Gentlemen of the Road" to the Casa de los Ninos thrift store last month and it was bought and logged by an anonymous finder!
August 2015: I released "Quintens" by Maeve Binchy in October 2004 at a book sale and it was found in a recycling bin and is at the Humane Society Thrift Store.
August 2013: The Getaway Guide to the American Southwest was journaled after being found at Savers. Unfortunately, I have no idea where I released it! :)
September 2013: The Night Circus was journaled after I traded it at Bookman's. :)
4/29/05: I have finally had my first wild release journal entry! Angela's Ashes was caught and journaled by bflower! Woo hoo!
4/30/05: And just like that there were two! TomTucson caught White Oleander which I released last October!
7/6/05: Bourn caught and journaled Ordinary People which I released four months ago.
7/29/05: Kimmie881 caught and journaled Big Trouble. This was my quickest wild release turn around - journaled after just 2 days!
12/8/05: Ordinary People continues its journey! It has been journaled by its second finder, bozpw!
12/9/05: It's so funny how my books seem to be journaled in spurts. I'll go for months without hearing anything and then I'll get two in a row! This time nranger7 caught "Like Water for Chocolate" on the same day that I released it.
12/19/05: Cactuscathy caught "The House of the Spirits" at the Reader's Oasis going out of business sale.
2/12/06: Well it looks like my Reader's Oasis books are making the rounds. "Fast Food Nation" was caught in Irvine, CA by an anonymous finder. I think this is my furthest traveled wild release catch!
3/13/06: My first Bookman's catch! "Citizen Girl" was caught by cyberpersephone.
4/21/06: An anonymous finder journaled "Moo" which I just released on a bench yesterday!
9/6/06: "Legends of the Fall" was journaled by an anonymous finder a little over a week after I released it. Maybe this is the start of another spurt for my wild releases!
5/2/07: "Beach Music" was journaled by sunbirdx who found it in the Forbes Building over a year ago! Then it was released at a cafe in Seatle and journaled one day later by apg-greetings. This is definitely quick turn around for this book!
5/21/07: An anonymous finder bought "High Fidelity" from Bookman's.
1/14/07: Another copy of "Ordinary People" was caught by an anonymous finder in Vermont - 3 years after I left it in a bathroom at work!

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