The Notebook of Kings…

          As a writer I have always had the compulsion to buy as many notebooks as I possibly could. It’s as if I was addicted to paper, and my room bore witness of the unnatural obsession. Then several years ago I found a notebook called a Moleskine… My life hasn’t been the same since!

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          As I began buying, using, and recommending Moleskines, I realized that this is the first notebook I have ever seen that actually has fans… I mean literally! 38 Facebook groups, 72 Myspace groups, and 13 websites/blogsites devoted to this incredible little notebook!

 

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“But it’s true… it is an image conscience notebook that works for everyone! Who wouldn’t want to use the same brand of notebook that Hemingway used?!”

          So I encourage all of you to go and grab a few if you haven’t already! They are a life-saver and you will know why after you have had one for a while. Most of my new book is, at the very least, being conceptualized in one of my many Moleskine notebooks… They even have a file folder in the back cover that I have been using to put ideas for the book in…

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Aren’t they just beautiful? haha… The cheapest place to purchase them is online, so check the website first! http://www.moleskines.com/

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~ by Tim Kurek on March 29, 2008.

2 Responses to “The Notebook of Kings…”

  1. “As a writer I have always had the compulsion to buy as many notebooks as I possibly could. It’s as if I was addicted to paper, and my room bore witness of the unnatural obsession.”

    Nice to klnow I am not the only one.

    My Moleskin is sitting right next to me. Great books. A bit pricey though.

  2. Tim – I thought you might enjoy knowing that I am a big moleskine fan too. Check this out: http://pcase.wordpress.com/?s=Moleskine

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