A couple of months ago I wrote a review for the novel Alice Bliss by Laura Harrington.  Have you read it yet?

Well, you should!  Not only is it a great read, but now you have the opportunity to participate in a fun new adventure called Where’s Alice Bliss?
Where’s Alice Bliss? is a campaign to send copies of the novel to as many countries and U.S. states as possible. Through bookcrossing.com, copies of Alice Bliss will be registered and tracked as they travel around the world, passing from one reader to the next. Your bookcrossing ID (BCID) allows you to follow your book wherever it goes. It’s like a passport enabling your book to travel the world without getting lost. Once your book is registered, you will leave it in a public place with a note inside for someone else to find, read, and pass on, like a modern-day message in a bottle. You will be part of an international movement encouraging readers to read, register, and release books for others to enjoy.

Sounds fun doesn’t it?  Here’s how to join in…

If you are a teenage or adult book blogger, you are invited to request a copy of Alice Bliss through lauraharringtonbooks.com. Click on the “Where’s Alice Bliss?” page and fill out the submission form. The copy you receive will have a bookcrossing book plate on the inside with our “Where’s Alice Bliss?” logo. Please go to http://www.bookcrossing.com/ to register your book and get your book’s unique bookcrossing ID (BCID). Put the BCID in the space provided on the bookmark. This number will allow you to track your book’s journey.

Upon receiving your copy of Alice Bliss, you should read and review the book before logging on to bookcrossing.com and following the instructions to “release” your book to someone new. Photograph or video your “release” and upload your images to your blog and/ or Tumblr account and send us a link.

So what are you waiting for?  Go over to Laura Harrington’s website and get your copy of Alice Bliss!

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