Well, it’s that time again. Time to go looking for my books. Book #1 was last seen in Taormina, Sicily, book #2 in Alaska and book #3 in Amalfi, Italy.
So, my trip is all booked for this summer and I’m soooooo excited, I can’t wait. Imagine if I actually found one of them. That would prove just how small a world we live in, wouldn’t it?
Any guesses as to where I might be going? Here’s a clue:
Book 3 – #SendMyBook
Book 3 – #SendMyBook heading out into the world. This one, unlike Books 1 and 2, will be hand-delivered by me and my daughter Shay and released into the wild somewhere along our travels through Italy.
Is it merely a coincidence that Book 1 was found in Rome by Luca back in 2012? Perhaps it’s still there and will show up serendipitously in a photo of Shay by the Trevi Fountain. How cool would that be?
So, you see, there’s a lot of pressure on Book 3 because I fear Book 2 has been dropped in a lake in BC….:(
Ciao for now!!
Okay, I admit it. I’ve been hibernating. Even though it’s Canada, this year has been brutal. That, coupled with the fact that I’m not into snow sports, makes for an extremely long winter. But I’ve been thinking about my books and wondering where the heck they are. Continue reading
“I’m flying over the Great Lakes as I write this…Hopefully you’ll be able to read the entire entry one day.” ~ Brian Ramoutar Continue reading
So, here I am, 10 months after the launch of Book#1, sending Book#2 out into the wide, blue yonder. I have hopes for this one, I feel more connected to it and that’s probably because it’s technically more advanced than the first one. Okay, so it is still just a book but this one has a little black and white maze in a box on the cover (also known as a QR Code) that, when scanned, will bring the user to this site. Continue reading
So, I got to thinking. I launched this website almost 8 months ago and I’ve only issued four posts which, let’s face it, is not very many. Three of the four are about specific places in the world so it’s not as if there is a shortage of things to write about with over 200 countries out there. But for all the many bloggers that ‘Like’ my posts (okay, so there are really only a few of you right now, but I keep hoping that will change soon) you know that my writings are based on where my blank journal has been. Continue reading
Thanks Luca, for the beautiful photo of the Greek Theatre uploaded to my Facebook page. What a fabulous shot! Continue reading