Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Jane's New Novel

Such a catchy title, yes? The Jane Austen Novel Journal. It's certainly novel, but you can write the novel of your private life if you are clever. I guess you can say it's a novel novelty. It's a perfect gift for your mother, the mother of your children, or simply someone you love. There's nothing wrong with loving yourself either. Are you due a gift soon? Drop a few Jane Austen Journal ips. 

I like the very idea of "with notable quotations from Jane Austen." Such a clever-clever person came up with this one, don't you think? Why couldn't it have been me? It's the perfect size for your mama's bag, a desk drawer, a gift bag . . .

Perfect illustrations grace the pages. The price is right. The colors are ideal. 

You need to see this up close and personally! 

Entry crossings? Not sure if I'm on board with this idea but I'm not into ruled journals either. This crossed business has the potential to be annoying to someone like me. But you be the judge. I'll show more tomorrow. This is simply lovely, and it'll will make a novel Mother's Day gift. Remember your mother. Chances are good that she's responsible for your love of letters and Jane Austen. 

Perhaps someone just as clever will design and produce Jane Austen stationery some day. Have they already? I thought the Dorothea Dix stamp was a Jane stamp! First glances can be deceitful. I can imagine a James Dean stamp on a Jane envelope though, can't you? I had to pinch myself when I saw Dean all over the place! McGruff (?)  made me laugh. You can believe the postal police canceled every single stamp too! Over $4.00 worth!

Wait until you see what was tucked inside! I'll share tomorrow, but if you want to know the where of it all where to buy the stamps, here you go:

Stuart Katz
P.O. Box 1717
Hampton, NH 03843-1717

I placed my order on May One. It arrived today. Quality and customer service get 5 out of 5 stars. 

Before I forget! There's a book among the letters-to-my-mother list of books that's on my list:

. . . to be continued.

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