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February 15, 2007


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Sounds like fun--and also easy to write. I LOVE my Moleskine.


I still haven't finished my first Moleskine I bought a year and half ago. The reason is I only write story-related notes in it and not other things. I have friends who write their grocery list in, etc. And of course, they are on their 3rd or 4th Moleskines now. I guess I need to write more notes!


Patry — It sounds like you're up for some more travel...this time, non-book-promotion related? ;) And from your photos so far, it looks like everyone is having a blast at your readings!

Eric — Now don't go filling your Moleskine with grocery lists just to take up pages. What a waste of gorgeous notebook space, imho! But hey, if your friends love their Moleskines for tracking daily-life tasks, maybe that's just what floats their boats. More power to them!

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