I’ve had a few really cool second-generation catches in the last couple of days. The best was Season of the Monsoon by Paul Mann, which I released at the Dunedin convention in February and was caught by someone from Denmark who said they’d be releasing in in Thailand. Well, they did, and it was caught! It’s now on its way to England.
Less well travelled is Dead Romance by Lawrence Miles, which I released in Christchurch, where it was caught by someone who took it to Palmerston North. It’s now been re-caught by someone who brought it back to Christchurch!
And finally, Along Came a Spider by James Patterson, which I gave to octopusgrrl, and which she released into the wild after she’d read it, was caught by someone who’s gone on to join Bookcrossing, which is always a good thing.