Renewing The Offer

Increased mare care has led to an increase in barn books. These poor codexes (codexi?) have been taken to the barn and have suffered as paper naturally suffers in a barn environment. Condition ranges from almost okay to beyond sad. Some got read. Some are awful and I stopped. Either way, they are looking for new homes. I don’t dare give/send even the nice ones to folks who might get upset if horsehair or a piece of hay were to fall out. Full explanation here [Barn Books].

Last time, one person stepped up. She has been getting irregular shipments of dusty books ever since. Now, I’m giving the rest of you a chance to get in on the action.

Any takers?

The good. Worn corners. "B' written on the flyleaf to indicate a barn book.

The good.
Worn corners. “B’ written on the flyleaf to indicate a barn book.

The bad.  More dusty and jumbled than damaged. I wish I could say that my barn was tidy and everything was in its place. Used to be. Now, not so much.

The bad.
More dusty and jumbled than damaged. I wish I could say that my barn was tidy and everything was in its place. Used to be. Now, not so much.

The ugly. Dusty, bent & warped.  But free!

The ugly.
Dusty, bent & warped.
But free!

Update: Shame on me for not thinking globally. Yes, this offer is limited to US addresses. Anything international – even a US neighbor – is crazy expensive, USPS: Postage Price Calculator.

Categories: Barn Life, Books

7 replies »

  1. Over here in expat-land we have boxes and boxes of books that circulate from house to house. I must have fifty books here waiting to be read – some of them are utter crap and I will probably pass on unread. Anyway this is my long winded way of saying No Thanks. Shipping them over here would definitely be a waste of $$$!

  2. I’m glad someone wants to share the wealth!! i do enjoy my shipments but it’s good to share 🙂

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