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CheshireJM 14 yrs ago
I almost wish it HAD spilled my coffee, attacked the dog. It would be a lot easier to get rid of it! ~ Chess

CheshireJM 14 yrs ago | 1 replies
It seems the vending machine idea is finding fans - I'm certain I'm not the first person to use this as a release spot, but it does have lots of advantages: traffic, general safety from the elements, and interest!

CheshireJM 14 yrs ago | 2 replies
Didn't mean to be unsporting! I was really curious about people's experiences with this, and I didn't want to limit the conversation to just one book, so I left out the title delibrately in my initial post. Sorry! Meg…

CheshireJM 14 yrs ago | 43 replies
I was wondering if anyone, for matters of conscience or matters of taste, has ever delibrately not released a book into the wild, in order to "spare" someone down the line. The reason I'm asking is because I have a lo…

CheshireJM 14 yrs ago | 1 replies
HOW did you hang the books in trees? Did you hang them in baggies? How did you keep them from looking like just baggies that got caught in the trees? Curiouser and curiouser ~ Chess


CheshireJM 14 yrs ago
My impulse is to ask "how young were these girls?" Maybe "creepy" is new slang, like "wicked" was a few years back. Stranger things have happened. Maybe. ~ Chess

CheshireJM 14 yrs ago
Gory, thank you for speaking from experience - I tend to be pretty sensitive about an organization's security concerns, so knowing what is generally permitted and what tends to raise alarm bells really helps me out when …

CheshireJM 14 yrs ago | 1 replies
As a newly-wed, I think I probably would have spent a lot of time trying to figure out who to send the thank-you card to! ("Which of those crazy aunts of mine could this be from? . . .") It sounds as though you just happ…


CheshireJM 14 yrs ago | 2 replies
Okay, I could see how that would work, since it was on a monument in the middle of the cemetary, rather than on a specific grave.

CheshireJM 14 yrs ago | 6 replies
I would think a grave would be, though romantic, a poor choice. Those who frequent cemetaries most are their groundskeepers, who are likely to consider any wild books as either litter, or as a treasured momento left on a…

CheshireJM 14 yrs ago | 3 replies
Yesterday I released a book in the retrieval box of a vending machine. Originally it was going to be the soda machine, but after I sent out my release notes, I wondered if the soda machine wouldn't be a little sticky, so…

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