Yes, two great tastes that taste great together.
Bring your spare books*** to Discworld Con and they will be lovingly rehomed in an environment where books are treated with respect and affection.
Alternatively, bring no books to Discworld Con and head home with an entirely new library!
The latter is, of course, dependent on people doing the former. The ideal situation would be for people to bring shedloads of books and leave with shedloads of entirely-new-to-them books!
So! Bring books!
Lots and lots and lots of books! Release them into the wild!**** Make people happy!
* Bookcrossing: n. the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise.
- Oxford English Dictionary. See bookcrossing.com
for more details.
** A world that's carried through space on the backs of four elephants who, in turn, stand on the back of Great A'tuin the Star Turt- Ah, screw it. If you don't know Discworld, you're unlikely to be at the Con.
*** Yes, I know this is a difficult concept for most of you. Books you accidentally bought two of. Books you bought and didn't especially enjoy. Books that no longer fit your interests. Books that live in the attic because you've filled your entire house with bookshelves and they still
won't fit on the shelves. Books you got as birthday presents from well-meaning aunts. Books that spontaneously generated under your bed.
**** 'The wild' in this case being the BookCrossing table.