I use a lot of notebooks. Like, a lot. I have a large collection of notebooks, and a year ago I actually decluttered about half of them because after moving house I realised I had more notebooks than I could reasonably use in my lifetime. I gifted them to friends, it was a good time.
What that’s left me with is a few shelves of notebooks I genuinely love. I use a lot of notebooks, right now I have probably a dozen in active use for all my life admin and writing projects.
I’m telling you this to try to explain my love for notebooks because I think it was always a matter of time before I started to make my own. I watched some YouTube videos on how to do it, talked to a friend who is also in the notebook biz, and got to creating.
The Reading Log Journal – flower garden design
The reading log journal includes a 60 book reading challenge at the front, a series of pages with room for reviews and prompts, and then a generous number of pages of dot grid so you can continue to review or make notes however you like.
Reading Log Journal – tea and treats
This is the same interior as the other reading logs, but with a bright and cheery tea, baked goods and berries design all over the cover.
Reading Log Journal – Bookshelf
Bookshelf reading log links
This is the same interior as the other reading logs, but with a funky bright doodle of a bookshelf that wraps around the cover
Reading Log Journal – Forest friends
This is the same interior as the other reading logs, but with a cute repeating pattern of deer, rabbits and birdies to give a forest-core feel to the cover.
Forest friends book journal links
The TTRPG journal – dragon
For nerds, tabletop roleplaying gamers, LARPers and anyone who just likes to take nerdy notes. This notebook is designed to make you think deeper about the characters you design – with prompts for character backstory, Non Player Characters, spaces for doodles or pasted in pictures.
The second part of the notebook is space for campaign notes, sketches and anything else you want to record.
The TTRPG journal – phoenix
The same interior as the dragon character journal, but a bright red cover with a phoenix on the front.
The TTRPG journal – unicorn
The same interior as the dragon character journal, but a deep purple cover and a unicorn on the front for your most special and magical characters.
The TTRPG journal – octopode
The same interior as the dragon character journal, but a bright blue cover with a kraken on the cover.
A useful book to put things in
When I was a teenager I started the habit of carrying around little notebooks that people gifted me, or that I bought on sale at the old Kirk’s department store. I invariably called these “useful book to put things in” and this is my iteration of those beloved notebooks.
Fully dot gridded and 180 pages, it’s a book for you to use any way you like
A dream journal
6 inch by 9 inch
journal to record what you dream at night. To improve your dream recall, write down whatever you remember soon after waking.
Sad Axolotl Boys Club
Maybe you’re a boy who feels like a sad axolotl? Maybe your favourite character is a sad boy who resembles an axolotl.
This one is a Misselthwaite universe joke and it won’t make sense until a few more books are published, but I like it and so should you!