Here’s a few things I pulled out of one of my storage boxes, about half of which is filled with childhood notebooks from the late ’70s to mid-’80s. First, a small orange looseleaf notebook. I was probably in about 6th grade when I decided to devote it to Astronomy and colored the cover with a […]
Julie emailed me a link to a blog post she wrote about how she’s always been a collector of one thing or another, but usually those collections are just passing fancies. However, she notes, “notebooks are a different story.” I love notebooks. Not only are they useful but they are so pretty too. They combine […]
Today’s addict posted this lovely shot on Flickr: Make sure you visit Flickr to see the notes on the photo.
Brittany, who describes herself as “a thirteen-year-old writer of middle-grade fiction,” offers some good ideas for everyone who has a hoard of notebooks and can’t think of what to do with them. Here’s idea #1: 1. Keep a dream journal.- I’ve gotten some good story ideas from dreams, or at least little bits of story. […]
Remember this Notebook Addict post about Carmen, who sent me a fabulous selection of European notebooks? I named her Notebook Addict of the Year back in April, a noble distinction that must now be reaffirmed based on this photo of her collection: Here’s what Carmen has to say about that gorgeous tower: Here is my […]
Here’s a nice image from Flickr, from someone who’s obviously a notebook addict! There are Moleskines, of course, but I think I also see a HandBook Journal and a Rhodia Webnotebook in there. You can see the artist’s work here. The photo was taken at the 13th annual D.U.M.B.O. Art Under the Bridge Festival® (Sept […]
This week’s Addict is another reader who submitted a photo of her collection, as well as these thoughts: Some of these notebooks have been used, some of them are waiting for a use to present itself, and some of them I bought simply to look pretty. I don’t consider myself a notebook connoisseur, and quite […]