Actually, you do not have to take your books all the way back home if nobody at the meeting picks them up. Some group members leave them on the subway or on top of newspaper boxes, on ledges, on benches, etc. for random people to find and pick up. If you register your books on www.bookcrossing.com
and then release them "in the wild", you may find that they travel along interesting routes.
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From: Andrew <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2007 12:24:44 PM
Subject: [bookcrossing-30] Books
The question has come up about the number of books to bring and what type.
The most popular books appear to be fiction, followed by non-fiction and other genres.
However, all types are welcome and you never know what will capture someone's eye.
As for the number of books to bring, if everyone who came brought 3 books that would suffice. Keep in mind there is no specific number requirement and you are required to take back home the books you brought not picked up by other members, so plan accordingly.
Please email the group or myself any additional questions before our meetup.
I look forward to seeing all of you
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