But talking abour BC books, especially those going on wild-releasing, I tend to write a note somewhere about what BC is about, how it works etc. I could of course tuck an A4 page with all the info inside the book, but this can get easily lost, so I prefer to write on a page on the book instead.
I label front and back cover too and stick a little BC sign or two on the spine/or the front of the book. I think that a more detailed note on what BC is about might tempt people to check BC more than just the label, but maybe I am wrong. I have seen a journal entry somewhere on the past where the guy who found a BC book wrote that the book had too much clutter.. handwritten notes of "BookCrossing.com BCID:...." every few pages and too many stickers and the like. I think this would be a bit much, making the book uninviting, but I think that leaving the pages with the book text clean and writting BC info on blank pages in front while labeling front and back cover should not be too much?
I am new-ish here and I received a few books through RABCKs etc and I noticed there was just the one label in front on the books I received and that was it.
I guess there is no one rule on how to go on this, but I would still like to hear your opinions?