BookCrossing is the act of giving a book a unique identity so, as the book is passed from reader to reader, its journey can be tracked.
I have been sharing my books with Bookcrossing since 2005. I have always loved to read but as much as I always think that I will read a book more than once, I never do, as there always seems to be so many books I want to read.
Bookcrossing allows me to register my books with an identification number which I write inside of the book and then I leave the book somewhere for someone to find. There are no hard and fast rules for taking part, I’ve left books at places of work, at the hospital, supermarket and at coffee shops, on benches and in bus shelters. And it’s a lovely feeling when someone writes that finding the book made their day, that they have read the book, what they thought of it and where they have left the book for someone else to find.