When You Need a Place for Your Special Words

Journals.  Notebooks.  Diaries.  Planners.  If you like to write, you have no shortage of places to capture the words, because the times that you don’t – POOF!!!  While you tell yourself you’ll remember them in the morning, not so much!

That’s why I’m blending two of my loves – places for writing and an outlet for my photography – into a new set of products.  These blank journals have page numbers (a pet peeve of mine – I hate to have to number pages so I can create an index) and covers edited from my photos of places near and far.

I’ve called the first set the Watercolor series, since I’ve adjusted the cover photos with a watercolor editing brush.  I plan on a series with fun animals on the covers, and down the road (think 2021) I’ also have annual planners.

Take a look here and let me know what you think.  And while you’re visiting, sign up for our People-Food-Travel-Fun website.  That’s where I’m blogging these days at the It’s The Story tab and I’d love to stay in touch!

Do you use paper journals, notebooks or planners?  What features you do wish you could have in them?

About The Author

Yvonne Kohano

Award winner and storycatcher Yvonne Kohano writes contemporary romantic suspense in her Flynn's Crossing series. She is also working on a psychological thriller trilogy, and producing nonfiction books with tips for creative types. In addition to running an indie press, Yvonne loves to cook (dedicated foodie), garden (plantaholic), travel (anywhere), and read and learn (anything). She, her husband and their dogs love their home in the Pacific Northwest. Follow her at www.YvonneKohano.com and on Facebook and Twitter to learn what tickles her about being a writer.

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