Are you a member of BookCrossing? There are a lot of us feline fanciers.Kathy Bennettaka KrazyKatLaydee on Bookcrossing
Brilliant idea, I just wish it were me who finds it, but sadly I won't be in London again until January. Perhaps I'll be a 3rd, 4th or later reader - I hope so.
What an awesome idea! Love it!
AWESOME IDEA!! if you feel like flying to NZ and leaving one on the Auckland MetroLink bus, dont hold back
I think you should leave it at the airport and have it travelled around the world.. :)
That is completely cool.
Liz, I totally would if I wasn't terrified of flying, but maybe I'll go for Steven's idea instead...
I second the BookCrossing and airport ideas. And if by chance you could send a copy on a flight over to Victoria, British Columbia, and arrange to place it on the #30 bus, I'd be eternally grateful!
Oooh, any word yet? Brilliant idea. Sadly public transport on the Gold Coast is shite, so this will never happen here.Will watch with interest.
good luck with this idea. My attempts at Book crossing never work well. I've tried leaving books in interesting places - railway station, outside beach cafe - but I never hear any more from them.
(my copy has been on order for months, can't wait to read it.)I hope your book has many adventures, who knows where it will go!loveLynxxx
What a lovely idea! Perhaps once it's been on Heather's #30 bus in Victoria it could move a few hundred miles north to Haida Gwaii, BC. Public transport is thin on the ground, but I am sure we could find a way around that.
Great idea Tom. I look forward to seeing if whoever finds it responds.Out of interest, who in the cat on the cover of "Talk to the Tail"?
Gives me goosebumps, the romanticism of it all!
If there will be a German translation, it should travel on the Stuttgart S-Bahn please.I'll give you a description of my favorite seat ;-)
Great idea- I wonder if it will migrate to Swindon? It is a lovely way to share ... may have to so something similar in our neck of the woods .
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