Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Books The World Wrote

Is it possible to have a book written by hundreds of authors? That is the question The Books The World Wrote project is working on now. The project has recently started with four Moleskine notebooks sent out around the world … Continue reading

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Why keep a notebook?

Agata Mleczko is a travel blogger who has been around the world and was kind enough to share with us her 6 reasons for keeping a travel journal. The real journey is a serious matter. If you wish to experience … Continue reading

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Moleskine Author A Month October – Loredana Micu

We are proud to present to you the October Author A Month Loredana Micu. As with all previous winners, Loredana was selected by our fans. If you would like to be considered for the next Author A Month profile, simply start … Continue reading

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Word on the Street

An author’s first moments of inspiration scribed on paper have the power to ignite a chain of sentences that lead to a collection of paragraphs that reside on the pages of what could become the next great story of our … Continue reading

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Photo Book Profile – Annemarie van Essen

Today we are featuring Annemarie van Essen in our Photo Book series. She is a librarian and mother of two boys, 7 and 9 years old, living in the Netherlands. If you would like to see more images click here. “My inspiration comes … Continue reading

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An Author A Month – September Finalists

Thank you to everyone who shared with myMoleskine last month. We have narrowed down the uploads to 3 finalists for you to vote for your favorite this month. Round and Round – Contributed by Bernie Petterson Istanbul map – Contributed … Continue reading

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