I’ve been a bit shoddy of late keeping this site up to date (hey, that rhymes, lol) so here is the latest on Book 3 as posted by Abel Sarpe from Sao Paulo in October 2016. I wonder what other wonderful locations the book has travelled through since it was last seen in Hong Kong!
Abel wrote: “Hi, I think you know this book! 😃 I’ve received it in Byron Bay – Australia and I brought it back home to Brazil with me!! Now I’m giving the book to my friend Fernando Gualtieri who is taking it back to Melbourne – Australia with him!! I feel so lucky to have received this book!! And be able to participate on this!! It was an amazing idea!! Congratulations!! I hope we and all the people who have received tha book can meet one day!! It would be really nice!! 😃😃 Hope you have an amazing Hope you have an amazing time on your trips!! See you!! Cheers!!” 🇧🇷🇦🇺🇨🇦 #brasil #brazil #australia #canada
SendMyBookAroundTheWorld wrote: “Hi Abel Sarpe, yes, I absolutely DO know this book. What a great photo! Thank you so much for posting it. I’ve been wondering where one of my books would turn up next and now, thanks to YOU, I know it’s been to Australia and Brazil. I love your idea of everyone who writes in it meeting up one day. You never know, it just might happen. Happy Travels my friend! And happy travels to you too, Fernando Guiltieri, as you head back ‘down under’ – G’day mate!”
Book 3 – #SendMyBook
These last few months, I’ve really been losing hope about this website and those feelings have increased over the last couple of weeks.
The back story: I left Book #3 in Amalfi, Italy in August 2014 with a lovely couple from New Zealand who were visiting with their daughter who lives in England. It’s almost a year later with no word of its whereabouts.
I began to question why I started this project/blog. Why would people think it was a cool idea to send a blank journal around the world for anyone to write in? Continue reading
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
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
Today, Sunday September 30th, 2012 I bought a book. Well, not a book as such because it has no words. A journal to be exact where the pages are as empty as my head is during those times I have blogger’s block (for my other website, that is). Continue reading