First of all, thanks to everyone who stopped by for the Spring Cleaning Giveaway. The post had 328 views, which I think is a record for me. I sent off most of the books already, but there are still a few people I don't have addresses for. If you asked for a book and haven't sent me your information yet, please do so. I'd like to finish sending out the books by the end of the week.
As if I haven't given enough books away already, I'm also running a giveaway on Goodreads for Twinned Universes. Three paper copies are up for grabs. The giveaway ends April 20. You can enter through the link on the sidebar or by going here.
Lastly, have you heard about Worldreader? They're a charitable organization who help children in developing countries (mostly in Africa) get books. Not just any books; they get eBooks on Kindles and mobile phones. You can help this cause by donating Kindles. I think I finally know what to do with my Kindle Keyboard--though I should deregister it and remove all the books first. Authors can also donate their eBooks to Worldreader; however, it's not clear if indie authors can donate books or if there are any restrictions on the type of book they want.
What do you do with your paper books when you're done reading them. Do you keep them, give them away, or resell them?