No writing prompt pic this week folks, because, today, I will be attending the Bookcrossing Unconventional in Colchester. I haven’t been to one of these events for about, oooooo, 6 years! Lol….where does the time go eh?
I’ve been a member since 2004, but I’m not as active as I used to be. Here’s my “bookshelf” 🙂
It’s something I feel passionate about, the idea of passing my books on, leaving them somewhere for someone to find. I’ve worked in charity shops, I know what happens to books that are donated, so I’d much rather dispose of my read books this way. Plus, it’s great fun, especially when you find out your book ended up on the other side of the world 🙂
So here are a selection of pics from previous Unconventions….. The highlight of the event is the “book table” lol. The idea is to take books with you for the table, and come home with less books than you took….it rarely happens 😉
I’ll let you know if I manage to come home with less books than I took with me 😉
So what do you do with your books once you’ve read them?
- Bookcrossing: Good Book Karma (lucybirdbooks.wordpress.com)
- Lost, Found and Read: BookCrossing as a Global Phenomenon (publishingperspectives.com)