Secrets & Musings

Have you heard of PostSecret.com? I thought this could be just another form of letting go…

Once you receive this Journal, feel free to pick one [or more, up to three if you would like] of the multicolored pages and jot down a thought that has troubled you. Perhaps it’s a question that you don’t think you can answer. Or maybe you have a secret that you don’t really want to talk about, but need to get off of your chest. Or possibly you have a quote that has meant a lot to you as you’ve grown up. Whatever it is, choose a random page and jot it down. Then embellish it however you like. Photographs, collages, a simple stick-figure drawing… whatever seems appropriate to you.

You don’t have to sign your page. You do not have to identify yourself at all. Just write whatever moves you. Please keep it to three pages per person, but if your spouse, child, friend or neighbor sees it and wants to jot something down… by all means, let them!

After two weeks, please add the Journal back to your inventory, and send it on to the next author. Then, when the pages are all filled up, please send me [stixanstones] a quick e-mail, and I will mooch it back from you.

Thank you, and enjoy!

-Janell

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Posting Bookmoocher’s Secrets!

This journal is part of the Bookmooch Journal Project. After you mooch and receive this book, please register your mooch at bookcrossing, and then be prepared to reveal your great(est) secret to fellow bookmoochers! Frank Warren’s hit series of “post secret” books inspired this journal, and I’m sure many fellow bookmoochers have some great secrets they are just dying to share with someone! So sit down with this funky journal, bare your soul and share your deepest and darkest secrets (or a lighter secret, if you feel so inclined) while enjoying reading the secrets of other bookmoochers. No need to sign your real name here, just use your bookmooch username as your signature at the end (providing you with at least some mere shadow of anonymity!). Log in your catch on bookcrossing, and then set the book free again to pass on to another bookmoocher!

– Hebamashundi