I joined BookCrossing.com and I am very excited to start participating in the program. I learned about BookCrossing.com from the New Hampshire newspaper The Union Leader. there was a great article about BookCrossing.com as well as a very prolific Book Crosser. She has released about 2 – 3000 books through the program.

And that is the low tech part, you leave books in place so that people can find the free book. the high Tech aspect of this is that you register the book at BookCrossing.com before you release it into the wild and you label it as a free book with the BCID the Book Crossing ID. That way when someone finds your book they can go online and add information about where they found it, where the book is now, if they re released it. And all of this is tracked at BookCrossing.com.

If this sounds like a fun thing for you to try then click any of the BookCrossing.com links to go to my personal invitation page for you. When you sign up the referal name to use is BenSpark.

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No Responses to “Book Crossing.com Low Tech meets High Tech”

  1. Christine says:

    I got your invite, and signed up! Thanks!

    Oh…and Flatwater Tech is the PPP Blog O’ The Day! Congrats!

  2. Drew says:

    Thanks Christine. I hope you enjoy Book Crossing.

  3. Jersey Girl says:

    Congrats, you’re blog of the day on PPP! As for Books, I love to read, and BookCrossing is a neat concept.

  4. Drew says:

    Thanks Jersey Girl. I hope you sign up for Book Crossing.

  5. Karen says:

    Hi, Mr. Blog of the day!

  6. Drew says:

    Hey Karen, thanks for stopping by.

  7. Mark says:

    I’m a little confused – is Book Crossing a way for authors to pre-release books they’ve written? Could you clarify a little for me? thanks!

  8. Drew says:

    Mark, BookCrossing.com is for people who want to share old books that they have read. This is not for new authors to release their books in a grassroots way.

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