I had some reservations because Borders had these things so damn shrinkwrapped that I couldn’t check them out before I dropped the $14.95 on the one I wanted.
So I stole it. I’ll be damned if I’m going to drop coin on something I can’t even check out.
Okay, okay. That’s a lie. I bought it anyway because of the good word on it from, as said, Renaldo and Lesley, in addition to Renaldo’s stellar review of them.
I mean when a seemingly normal guy goes nuts over a little notebook, how could I not buy one?
Anyway, I opened it up when I got home and I must admit that it’s pretty nice. I can see myself buying many of these. Hell, Hemingway used one and he was a pretty popular guy from what I hear.
Maybe I’ll write the Great American Novel in a few of them.
Or ideas for the next NaNoWriMo.
Either way, it was a solid purchase because it’s the kind of notebook you want to fill up with words. Not just any words, either. Any words should be relegated to the likes of those spiral notebooks from the other side of town. The words one puts in a moleskin better be carefully chosen because the Moleskin Notebook has no time for any Tom Foolery.