Paw Prints — Pocket Notebook
Posted by Amanda Fleet on
I've been writing seriously for well over a decade now, so I have a lot of notebooks that I've used for novel-writing. To cover all of them in one blog-post would leave you all wanting less (a lot less!) so I'll break it up into a couple of posts... Today's post is on the kinds of books I use for capturing ideas.
Posted by Stuart Lennon on
Hey there! Seven weeks in, and I am stoked (that's cool-talk for 'really excited') to present the California Back Pocket Journals. These are made for us all by Steve Curnow and his family in Dixon, California at Curnow Bookbinding and Leatherwork. We are carrying six variants of three-pack. In 105 gsm HP paper, we have plain, graph, lined, dot-grid and mixed (plain, lined and dot-grid). These five are fantastic pocket notebooks in their own right. The paper is gorgeous and very welcoming to a fountain pen. The stitch is hand-tied and the cover is brilliant California medallion. If these books...