The Great Experiment!

BookCrossing is the practice of leaving books for others to find. Usually a message will be included allowing the person who finds the book to inform the individual who has left it that it has been found. There exist Book Crossing websites to facilitate this process.

I decided to release my baby, “Dalliance; A Collection Of Poetry And Prose” into the great beyond. It is already available in the Amazon Kindle store, in my local book store (The Bookseller Crow) and direct from me. However I thought it would be fun to put a note in 4 copies of “Dalliance”, saying that I would love to know what people think of my book, and release it into the wild. It may be that I receive no feedback but nothing ventured, nothing gained!

Later today I will leave 2 copies of “Dalliance” in public places while a friend will drop off a further 2.

(for “Dalliance; A Collection Of Poetry And Prose” please visit

For a recent review of “Dalliance” please go to

You can find information on BookCrossing by visiting this link

The Bookseller Crow can be found by clicking here

If you are interested in obtaining a print edition of “Dalliance” direct from me please email newauthoronline (at) gmail dot com).

2 thoughts on “The Great Experiment!

  1. Just Crema

    That’s very cute! Also we do bookcrossing in Crema, Italy. It’s one of the the best ways to share the knowledge!

    1. drewdog2060drewdog2060 Post author

      Many thanks for your comment. Its great to know that BookCrossing takes place in Italy. Have you ever left a book for someone to find or found one yourself? Do people use a BookCrossing website or just leave a note in the book with an email address so the finder can contact the person who has left the book if they wish to do so? Kind regards. Kevin


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