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Readers Journals

Capture your ideas, thoughts, and images in a leather journal from Levenger. We have a great selection of desk and travel journals, pocket journals, five-year journals and more. Whether you use your writing journal while traveling or collecting your thoughts at the end of the day, a leather journal filled with your writing will last a lifetime.

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5-Year Journal

Item: ADS4665

Price: $35.00

Moleskine® Notebook, Large

Item: ADS5245

Price: $19.94

Ledgerdomain Journal

Item: ADS5550

Price: $45.00 Now $30.00

Executive Stanley Leather Journal

Item: ADS6105

Price: $79.00 Now $69.00

Moleskine® Pocket Notebook

Item: ADS5255

Price: $13.94

Moleskine® Reporter Notebook, Ruled

Item: ADS5385

Price: $13.94

Notabilia Notebooks (set of two)- Ruled

Item: ADS1880

Price: $29.00 Now $19.00

About Readers Journals

Our customers are passionate readers. Whether for pleasure or profession, fiction or non-fiction, novels or magazines, keeping a readers journal is a great way to get the most out of every page. Our minds absorb so many words and ideas, it can be difficult with our busy schedules to keep track of all we’d like to remember and learn more about. We are bombarded with information. A readers journal can help you sort it all out. With a readers journal, the titles of what you’ve read can be logged. The authors, the ideas to further research, important quotations, and the words to look up in the dictionary, can all be captures in one convenient place. Imagine reading a book on ancient Egyptian culture and keeping a readers journal of relevant dates, important names, locales, and artifacts all to cross-reference when you’re finished. The learning just goes on and on!

Keep a readers journal with you as you enjoy your next novel and see how often you have thoughts to jot down and look back upon. besides, nothing helps budding writers more than reading and taking notes on other authors’ works. A readers journal allows you to keep track of the inspirations from which your own writings bloom. Start a readers journal for each subject of interest. Or, begin a readers journal for each month and watch how your interests and research develop over time. Readers journals are also great for book clubs, writing workshops, and discussion groups.