And I buy them, even when I don't really need them. And you know what? I don't even care! But, one day, I was on a hunt for notebooks...okay, I wasn't really looking for notebooks, I was looking for gift ideas and I happened to stumble upon some notebooks. And that inspire my idea to have a "Writer's Toolbox" post each Friday to share with you what I find that will be most helpful (or colorful, or fun) for your process as a writer.
And today, I have my top five notebooks you should buy today...because we all know how inspiring it is when we have a new notebook in hand...we just want to fill them up with fantastic thoughts, ideas, and stories, right?
Yup, me too.
I'm dying to buy this notebook, because when I look it at, I just feel like something magical will happen. I found it on Etsy, and I'm trying to be good this year and reduce how much I spend...so, I am sharing this wonderful notebook with you, my dear writers:
this link to buy this book (or find others like it!).
Notebook # 2
Have you ever had an idea that you thought was the best thing since sliced bread? Me too. I've totally had those ideas. And you know what? Here's some sliced bread you can write that idea on!
And you can buy sliced bread (one slice for each month!) at this link. (How inspiring is that, by the way? Doesn't that make you want to write a quirky, homey novel where the characters drink coffee and gossip with neighbors?)
Notebook # 3
I love sugar. I have a huge sweettooth, but I'm trying very hard to cut back. So, to help with that craving? How about a notebook...note made from trees...but from SUGAR. Yes, sugar fans, we have a notebook made from sugar.
On the store's site, they didn't say whether or not you could actually lick the notebook. But you know what? I sure as hell would try. Click this link to buy it!
Notebook # 4
We all know that our first drafts....well, they aren't the greatest. And God HELP us if those first drafts ever got in the hands of the wrong person. Because you know what warning sign we would put on there? Well...this notebook has exactly what I would say about that first draft:
Notebook # 5
After the holidays, I'm usually pretty tight on the cash flow. So, the idea of me buying a new iPad this time of year...isn't in the stars just yet. And I know it probably has some awesome tools for writers, but you know what? Here is a much...much...cheaper solution to all of that:
Oh my that is so cool. Talk about never having to worry about charging it! (I hate worrying about that too!) You can buy this cool notebook here!
So that's my last notebook to add to your writing toolbox! Do you buy any special notebook for you writing time? What can you recommend we take a look at?