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Semioticghost 9 mos ago
Thank you for your message and alert - I definitely want to stick my head round the door!

Semioticghost 3 yrs ago | 3 replies
Dear Dutch Bookcrossers, We've got the UK Bookcrossing Unconvention in Ipswich this year from 5th to 7th October 2018. Ipswich is less than an hour by train or car from Harwich on Sea, which can be reached comfortabl…

Semioticghost 3 yrs ago | 9 replies
Hallo! Von 5 bis zum 7en Oktober findet in Ipswich eine Bookcrossing Unconvention statt. Es ist nett bei uns - es wird JEDE MENGE BÜCHER, freundliche Bookcrosser, Autoren und Werkstätten, hervorragende Kneipen, köstli…

Semioticghost 9 yrs ago
Hi all, just wanted to add my voice to the invite extended to all Dutch bookcrossers for the Colchester Unconvention. I met a bunch of you at the Amsterdam convention and think you were all lovely and would really like t…

Semioticghost 11 yrs ago | 3 replies
I'm all excited. At the start of April, I'd posted a registered copy of a sci fi novel featuring particle physics to some of the folks working with the Large Hadron Collider, with the plea to leave it by the kettle to se…


Semioticghost 11 yrs ago | 1 replies
*prustet* poste das mal auch bei jenem Blog, das sollten all hoeren. (sowas war grade richtig, denn ich fuehle mich etwas Montagabendlich.


Semioticghost 11 yrs ago | 9 replies
Hallo, Das hier ist mir grade begegnet. Nachdem ich endlich (in Amsterdam) mal ein freundliches Duzend (und mehr) deutsche Bookcrosser kennengelernt habe, fuehle ich mich mutig genug, mal hier zu posten. Die Wort…

Semioticghost 12 yrs ago
Count me in. I'll have a new job by then, so some things might be outwith my control, but this sounds too good to miss! I'd be interested in a normal (not fitted) t-shirt, depending on what colour you're going for? :) …

Semioticghost 12 yrs ago
Hello there, Molyneux told me that somebody on here was looking for BC meetups in this area. I'm happy to report that there is an Ipswich meetup on the second Saturday of each month, from 11, upstairs in Caffe Nero, a…

Semioticghost 13 yrs ago
*lol* you've revealed yourself as somebody who grew up in the country. I think it scares the livign daylights out of cows though, so wouldn't encourage it.

Semioticghost 13 yrs ago | 1 replies
That really is lovely to hear, though I don;t knwo how anyone would be able to microwave a can ;)

Semioticghost 13 yrs ago | 1 replies
Hey KrazyKatLAydee, I think our Egbert hasn't made it into most of the online hagiographies, if any - I think there are two other Egberts who have, but their lives were more properly saintlike and a little less colour…

Semioticghost 13 yrs ago
Wish I could join you for a draught of mulled cider - wish I wasn;t most of the country away from you!

Semioticghost 13 yrs ago | 1 replies
Why not have both and invite a few friends round to help eat it all? I like turkey, but I'd rather serve a couple of big chickens, as I like those even more. Still, I know that tradition, or big families, or both, tend t…

Semioticghost 13 yrs ago
I'll be thinking of you, and SirRoy, and Lily (Lilly?) - will make one of the toasts to absent freinds, as usual. We're missing you, in the nicest possible way.

Semioticghost 13 yrs ago | 18 replies
Dear all, It's that time of year again - my giant pork roast is marinating for tomorrow St. Egbert's feast (http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/4004484). The town is putting on the traditional parade, river-run and fireleap…

Semioticghost 13 yrs ago | 1 replies
What few pictures I took at this even are now online in the top two pages of my photostream: http://www.flickr.com/photos/semioticghosts/ I had a lovely time, too! Regards, Esther/Semioticghost

Semioticghost 13 yrs ago | 1 replies
We meet on the second Saturday of each month, upstairs in Caffe Nero, from 11-1, often with lunch afterwards. There is also an affiliated book group, organised by Kenseyriver: we meet on the third Tuesday of each month,…

Semioticghost 14 yrs ago | 1 replies
Actually,. I read somewhere that in Scotland, St. Egbert is honoured at Hogmanay, where his heritage is just wrapped into the welcome for the new year. Do the Scots not eat, drink, and make merry on the last day of the y…

Semioticghost 14 yrs ago
http://www.flickr.com/photos/semioticghosts/2053108003/ Doesn't it look yummy? I've just staggered back for a change of clothes, back out now...

Semioticghost 14 yrs ago | 1 replies
No, he has nothing to do with Easter, despite the eggy name! I hope he sounds like a suitable saint for uk bookcrossers in your opinion anyway.

Semioticghost 14 yrs ago
Oh my word - I'm glad she's largely ok, and just growing too fast! I'm just about off for the festivities on what promises to be a really cold night. hugs to both of you!

Semioticghost 14 yrs ago
You are amost excellent Mead, it's true. For everybody else's enlightenment, Webbly's last name is Mead, and she is stylish and refreshing indeed.

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