Random Acts of Kindness June/July

Once again, I am signing-up for the super-fun and feel-good event, “Random Acts of Kindness” book-exchange!  I have participated pretty regularly over the past year, and it has been great! Not only have I given and received great books, but I’ve also met some groovy new book bloggers.

RAK time for me is usually around the middle of the month – and I look forward to it every time it comes around!  I spend the first two weeks “window shopping” through people’s wish lists, then make a few selections sometime around the 15th.  Can’t wait to do it again in July!

Books Received in June:

The Last Interview by Kurt Vonnegut from Heather at Book Stacks on Deck.

Zastrozzi and St. Irvyne by Percy Bysshe Shelley from Kassiah at Kassiah.

Books Gifted in June:

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon to Michelle at Beagle Book Space.

Invisible Monsters by Chuck Palahniuk to Ellie at Musings of a Book Shop Girl.

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern to Natalie at Mindful Musings.

For July: Here’s My Wishlist!

Want to join the fun?  Here are some links you will need:
  • Sign up for July 2012 [HERE]
  • See who else is participating [HERE]
  • If you have any questions regarding RAK, please contact: rakbybooksoulmates (at) gmail (dot) com

So, that’s RAK, in a nutshell!  Hope you’ll join in on the fun!

3 Comments on “Random Acts of Kindness June/July

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  2. In June I joined RAK for the first time and I loved it! I hope July will be good again!:)

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