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Become a book fairy! Brighten someone's day :)

Hi there!


Am off to become a book fairy :)

Wondering what a book fairy is?
Read this article (written by yours truly)  which explains it. (click on image to enlarge)

You can also read the above article here.

I shall come back and update this post.
Till then stay tuned :)

Updated:
Here are the three books I left around for people to find:


And here's the second one:
And the third one is my own which I left in a flight :)

Comments

  1. Such a beautiful concept. Thanks for the information. Now on, one can pick a book placed by a book fairy without any guilt, and after having gone through it, can place back for further reading by another book lover. I too intend to place a book in Delhi Metro, but not an author signed one. A book with its author's signature is something to preserve; it immediately takes us to the moment when it was being signed.

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  2. Wow! This is such an interesting concept. I have never heard about this before. I know that reading is a wonderful hobby, and once you start, you won't be able to stop. One of the nice things is to share the books which bring lots of peace and joy to one's life so that others can also experience the same. I will definitely let my friends who love to read know about this concept - in case they are not already aware of it. Thank you!

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  4. Its amazing never heard about it before.does it really exist but i am happy to find my city indore in the official list:)

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  5. What a lovely concept this is ma'am. In US here we have a concept of painting stones with a positive image and hiding it in the garden or a porch or any public place. It indeed does plant a smile on the faces who receive these beautiful stones. When I come back to India for my vacation, I am surely going to participate in book fairy concept. :-)

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