I decided to create this new series of alphabetic journals when I found that quite a few of Alicia's original series are missing. Since D is for was missing, this became the fourth new one created. I have used the versions of the cockney alphabet familiar to both Mark and me from our childhoods in London. Any pictures, words, drawings beginning with the given letter are fine. I am putting few pages in to keep them initially light for posting, and I will mooch back and add more pages and put a weight with the review date each time to give an indication for moochers. Please keep no more than two weeks and add it to your inventory using the number shown here, or click Mooched on your home page and click Give to the right of the journal name. If you may forget to relist do it when you receive it and reserve it for yourself for up to 2 weeks! It is such a shame when series get broken - so check your requester is a current friend of the Bookmooch Journal Library Charity, and if they are not ask them to apply to become a friend. Only constant defaulters will be barred. Please see the bmjl bio for information about journals and journalling. This one is D for ‘mation. Have fun!
Gill T. , Cymru/Wales, May 2012 bmjl Bookmooch Journal Library Charity.
Bookmooch Journal Library Charity (Heard and Mc Donald Islands) (2012/06/16): This is a BMJournal not a regular book. You should be a friend of the BM Journal Library bmjl if you wish to join the project. Journals are not yours to keep. You mooch it, make an entry within two weeks of receiving it and relist it by the same number. You should be willing to send journals abroad or find another journaller willing to do so for you. Failure to use the number it is registered with means the links to the journal site and the list of contributors are lost. Failure to send abroad means the journal creator can sometimes not retrieve their journal.
When full or when requested the journal should be returned to the creator (using the normal mooch procedure, so it is evident the journal has returned home). Heavier journals should have their weight added in the condition notes as the weight changes with additional materials added.