Only a few weeks ago, Vancouver's newest Little Free Library (#6034) opened at 2305 McLean Drive. I had never heard of the Little Free Library movement. Wikipedia explains:
Little Free Libraries are a community movement in the United States and worldwide that offers free books housed in small containers to members of the local community.... The idea was popularized in Hudson, Wisconsin when Todd Bol mounted a wooden container designed to look like a school house on a post on his lawn as a tribute to his mother, who was a book lover and school teacher. Bol shared his idea with his partner Rick Brooks who found many efficient ways to spread the word, and the idea spread rapidly.
I live in East Van and my wife and I just set up a Little Free Library in front of our house. https://www.facebook.com/LittleFreeLibrary6034
Right after we opened, a copy of your book appeared (the Star Wars one - I'm not sure if you have others). My brother borrowed it to read. I just got it back yesterday and started reading it. I had read about it on BoingBoing and was super excited to find a copy in our LFL.
At the time, I didn't realise that you, yourself, are a denizen of Vangroovy. So .. what I'm wondering is if YOU put the copy in our LFL. Because a) that would be AWESOME and b) you would be our first author-to-donate-a-copy-of-their-book that I could then brag about on FB and our blog.
I really wish I had been the first author to donate a copy, but in a way it's even more exciting is that it wasn't me--some mystery person, possibly a complete stranger, added the book to LFL's collection. How nice! (I choose to disregard the possibility that someone around here thought my book was crap and preferred to give it away than be in its presence a moment longer...)