The sun is growing weaker, the nights are lengthening.
The harvest is coming.
The leaves are beginning to rustle, and the bindings cannot hold for much longer.
The harvest is near.
These books need must be re-homed, must get out, must be read.
And they are not alone.
The time has come.
The harvest is here.
We must open The Archives.
Looking for something to fill the long sunny hours, or maybe to curl up under a blanket with? All are free to take a book or two, but the sacred oath of The Archives must be upheld: All books taken must be read and given a good home.
If your tastes tend towards the esoteric, we encourage you to visit the Annex Obscurum in Camp Witch Trial, a small collection focusing on the occult, hidden, spiritual, and mysterious.
The Archives are ever expanding. Bulging bookshelves at home? Bring a book or three to share.
We will accept any and all books, from Shakespeare to Sci-Fi to scandalous smut, and other alliterations as well! Bonus points if you write a personal message (perhaps on a sticky note) with what you love about this book, or what sorts of readers might like it next.
In order to keep a high quality selection we ask that the book(s):
- Be in readable condition
- Be a book that you enjoyed, or by an author you enjoy
- Be a book that you truly think others would enjoy
Leftover books may be stored for future years, or donated to a local charity.