Neighborhood Book Exchange


Saw this mini library on a walk in my neighborhood.  The materials it was made from matched the house of the yard it was in.  What a great idea!  There was everything in the box from R.L. Stine’s famous YA novel series “Goosebumps” to a book entitled “Egonomics”, the name of an interesting psychological theory.  I fished a copy of a James Patterson novel from the box, and thought about the book exchange the rest of the walk.

I concluded that on a macro level libraries will never die, if people continue to put them in places like this.  On a micro level, I can’t wait to do some guerrilla marketing when my novel is in print.  Also, I am excited to contribute some books to the exchange.  Because isn’t that the second best part of writing and reading?  Sharing words with others?

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