Sunday, October 22, 2006
A Rosie Journal is so adorable I can hardly stand it. What a perfect gift for a young girl or young adult woman to use to track their progress on their novel! (I'm thinking of Betsy here.) This attractive book is a journal that resembles a diary. The little stick cartoon character on the cover is on every page of the book (well over 300 pages) and she's in different places on each page musing about writing a best-selling novel. Some of her comments are hilarious and others are very motivating and insightful. I especially loved her "I have writer's block" scenarios and how she tries to solve them by talking to an author who is a porcupine. Hilarious! I dare say that any female author (aspiring or otherwise) who is looking for a way to organize and track their writing journey is going to want to get this journal. It's gorgeous, sturdy, and creative. I love it! A Rosie Journal is published by Kregel and is available now (as of September 2006). Just in time for Christmas.
at 7:26 AM Posted by Michelle Sutton