Is This the Best Writer’s Journal Ever?

by | Dec 18, 2017

I’m betting you’re a writer.

And like lots of writers, I bet you use writer’s journals.

I know I do, but sometimes it gets frustrating.

I’ve had lots of journals over the years, but they almost always disappoint.

There are journals that are too small, or too big to handle

Others don’t have enough pages, or the paper isn’t right.

Some have square corners that get banged when you carry them around.

And then there are the journals that refuse to lay down so you can write in them.

So last year I set out to create the best writer’s journal ever made.

Even though I have more than 30 years’ experience in book production, it has taken me over a year to produce what I think is the perfect writer’s journal.

I call them WriteWell Journals. And it’s with great satisfaction that I can now tell you they are ready for you to order.

But here’s the thing…

When the printer is ready to ship the journals in a couple of weeks, they are going to want a huge chunk of money before they put those gorgeous custom-made books on the truck.

That’s good news for you, because to raise those funds I’m running a special sale on the first production run of these journals, just to introduce them for the very first time.

I think you’ll be amazed at how beautiful and functional these journals are. They make it a delight to sit and write, no matter where you are.

And they make great gifts. They are not for sale in any store yet, and I guarantee your writer friends have never seen a journal like this before.

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Curious?

Check out all the details, and exactly why the WriteWell Journals are the best writer’s journal ever. Head to the pre-sale page here: WriteWell Journals Pre-Sale Page.

Thanks!

Joel Friedlander

Please share this information with your friends who are writers, or anyone looking to gift a writer with a truly extraordinary and unique product they won’t find anywhere else. WriteWell Journals Pre-Sale Page

The Story So Far

You can see what has lead to this point in earlier posts on the evolution of these journals:

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6 Comments

  1. Wtf

    “And it’s will great satisfaction that I can no tell you they are ready for you to order.”
    Wat.

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    • Joel Friedlander

      Wtf, thanks for the head’s up, typos fixed.

      Reply
  2. Emalie

    I think this is a very wonderful idea! I have a few writing journals, but I never touch them because for some reason it just feels difficult to write in them. But now I’m realizing that quality is an important asset! I hope I can get my hands on this some day. But I do have a question—would fine-tip Sharpies bleed through the pages? I like writing headers and bold text with them.

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  3. CG

    How does the paper cope with fountain pen ink? Would you take some pics? Thanks :)

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    • Joel Friedlander

      CG, I don’t use a fountain pen, so I had the paper tested by someone who does, and she reported good results. If I can scare up a decent pen, I’ll do some tests here and post the results.

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      • CG

        Cool! Thanks, Joel! Would love to see it. Can’t pre-order the journal as not in the US but look forward to the full launch. Cheers.

        Reply

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