International Stamps of BM

As Book Moochers we often get packages with beautiful stamps attached. Please add any stamps you would like to share and then relist this journal within 2 weeks.

janwolf

 

 

Inspire me, inspire you

This is an interactive Bookmooch journal encouraging you to reinterpret the last person’s entry.

This is how it works:

1) Receive the journal, mark it received on Bookmooch. I suggest you already relist it on your inventory at this point as well.

2) Open it on the last entry and find an aspect of it that you would like to reinterpret/develop on.

3) Use the next page/s (as many as you want) to do so. Write, cut, draw, copy, glue, paint – do whatever you want to add your personal note to what the last person added (don’t ever alter their entry though).

4) This shouldn’t take you longer than two weeks.

Now, if you haven’t done it yet, relist the journal and send it along promptly when somebody asks for it.
When the journal is full, please contact me (BmId: hanhel; hanhel@gmail.com) so that I can mooch it back from you.

Great ideas and inventions

Where would we be without all the ideas that humankind have come up with over the years? Ideas can lead to inventions, and inventions can change the world; just look at the wheel!

Tell us about your favourite invention, or an invention that you think helped to change the world. It can be famous or obscure, or maybe you have ideas for an invention of your own? Feel free to create, draw or write whatever you like on the subject. Use as many or few pages as you want, but please do not alter anyone else’s work.

This is a pass along journal. By mooching this journal you are agreeing to add your entry and relist the journal on the original listing within two weeks.

If the journal is full or needs repair, please reserve it for me, Grace Hall (violabird), and I will mooch it back from you.

Happy Journalling!

Will you do THAT?

This is an interactive Bookmooch journal challenging you to go complete a task a previous journal participant has sent you on.

This is how it works:

1) Receive the journal, mark it received on Bookmooch. I suggest you already relist it at this point as well.

2) Open it on the last filled page and read what the last person has asked you to do.

3) Complete the task and find something that can prove you actually did: a photograph, some sand, a ticket…

4) Report on your adventure in the journal: Write about it, draw it, make a collage – and obviously include your piece of evidence

5) Think of a new task for the next journaler and write it in the journal. Make sure it’s something that can be done anywhere (for example, not everyone might be able to go to the seaside, but anyone can hug a tree), and don’t ask for things that involve paying money. It also should be possible to complete within two weeks, so that the journal can travel on as quickly as possible.

6) Now, if you haven’t done it yet, relist the journal and send it along promptly when somebody asks for it.
When the journal is full, please contact me (BmId: hanhel; hanhel@gmail.com) so that I can mooch it back from you.

Possibly lost in transit.

What was the question?

The idea of the journal is that each moocher writes a question to fit the answer the previous moocher has given, & then writes an answer of their own for the next journaller to formulate a question to fit. The question that the original moocher thought of for the answer should be given at the back of the journal, and paperclipped closed until the moocher has created their own question, and they should do the same.

Please read these urls to understand journalling and its obligations:
The_BookMooch_Journal_Project site page about how journalling works:
https://bookmoochjournals.com/about/

the Bookmooch Wiki entry on journalling:
http://wiki.bookmooch.com/index.php?title=The_BookMooch_Journal_Project

and BookMooch Journals forum:
http://bookmooch.com/m/forum/bookmooch_journals/

Happy journalling!


One word

This is a Bookmooch journal dedicated to your favourite words! Share a word (or several) that you really like, for whatever reason.

Be creative and illustrate however you want. Tell us why, draw, glue, paint, copy, write – just make sure it’s a unique entry.

A few rules for journaling:
1) Use as many pages as you want for your entry, but don’t alter anyone else’s work.
2) I suggest you relist this journal on your inventory immediately after marking it received (since you’ll already be on Bookmooch anyway :)) – this will make the journal available as soon as possible for other moochers, and remind you to make an entry. Don’t worry about time pressure – you can always tell a moocher that it will take you a little longer to send out their book.
3) When the book is full, please contact me (BmId: hanhel; hanhel@gmail.com), and I will mooch it back to you. If you are having trouble getting the book back out to someone, feel free to contact me as well, I will try to find a solution.

Quotes, Quotes, Quotes

This is a Bookmooch journal waiting to be filled with things that great people have said. Whatever quote you find worth remembering – whether it’s by a celebrity or a friend of yours – please share with us and illustrate!

A few rules for journaling:

1) Use as many pages as you want for your entry, but don’t alter anyone else’s work.

2) I suggest you relist this journal on your inventory immediately after marking it received (since you’ll already be on Bookmooch anyway :)) – this will make the journal available as soon as possible for other moochers, and remind you to make an entry. Don’t worry about time pressure – you can always tell a moocher that it will take you a little longer to send out their book.

3) When the book is full, please contact me (BmId: hanhel; hanhel@gmail.com), and I will mooch it back to you. If you are having trouble getting the book back out to someone, feel free to contact me as well, I will try to find a solution.