|Swap Coordinator:||CayleighTheShell (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Books Letters & Writing|
|Number of people in swap:||25|
|Type:||Type 2: Flat mail|
|Last day to signup/drop:||April 16, 2011|
|Date items must be sent by:||July 6, 2011|
|Number of swap partners:||2|
This is the second reading log swap of 2011. It's pretty simple. Read. Write about what you read. Send your log off to two international partners.
You'll be sending your partners one reading log that contains your thoughts on all the books you read during the months of April, May & June 2011. The log can be in any paper format.
You need to jot down the title, the author and give a minimum of a one paragraph description about each book and your thoughts.
Feel free to include things like favorite quotes, the author's Web site, etc.
This swap is about what you enjoy reading, not what your partners may or may not like. It doesn't matter what you read: fiction, non-fiction, graphic novels, Manga, zines, audio books, e-books, children's, etc.
I recommend keeping a computer file for your log so it will be easy for your partners to read and so you won't lose it, but your log can be created in ANY format you like. It needs to be paper and mailed via post. The format is up to you: journal, letter, zine, tag book, etc.
a) international (sent via the post, NOT e-mailed)
b) two partners
c) minimum requirements: one book each month; one paragraph about the book. Author, title.
Voracious readers read more than a single book a month. So there's no maximum. Your reading log should be sent NO earlier than the 15th of June.
The fine print:
Newbies welcome. Rated players need a 4.8 or higher. If you are under the requirement PM me and I will take it as a case by case. No recent 1s or no sends. All participants must have a completed profile. I ban after the swap closes. As both a swap participant and coordinator, I like people to have positive swap experiences, so please no forum drama.
Hopefully we won't need to, but I will arrange for angels if they are needed.
Original Idea & swap description by @Artistic
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