One of the things I’m experimenting with this year is designing my own notebooks. I have so far uploaded two to Amazon. One is a reading log journal, and one’s a plain dot grid journal with a funky cover.
I ordered a few of the reading log journals to kind of sense check how it looks. I’m not a graphic designer, and there were some weird things about the way I’d put the book together. So with that in mind, I’ve taken it down off Amazon so I can fix it up and make it a little prettier and easier to read.
But I ordered five copies of this, and I only need one to look through, so that’s where the giveaway comes in.
I’m giving away four of the prototype reading log journals, and you can enter the draw here. They look like this on the outside:
Inside there are lots of pages for recording what you’ve read, and also a 60 book reading challenge you can use or not. I put some cute design elements inside, and I’m generally pretty proud of them for a first try, although as I said, there’s some weirdness when you’re actually flicking through them.
My plan is to update the innards, and possibly the cover as well, and let you know when the better version is up for sale. Amazon do print on demand, so you’ll be able to order direct from them. Then I have some other ideas for other journals with fun prompts, so watch this space!
In the mean time if you want a dot grid paperback notebook with a funky cover, grab it here!