I couldn’t contain my excitement when I saw (via The Tasmanian Writers’ Centre newsletter) that Pilot Press had produced a diary specifically for writers. I had already decided I was going to write more creative pieces this year and that I wanted to trial a paper diary again so, of course, I had to have a Pilot.
Posting about my excitement on social media resulted in a flurry of activity amongst my writerly friends, many of whom asked me to review the diary. So, here’s my review.
Pilot Press’ website promises a diary for writers, and that is exactly what I have. From the first moment I opened the package containing the diary and felt the gorgeous stock used in its creation I was sold. I’m very tactile and have always been a sucker for the feel of untouched paper that screams for me to write something amazing on it. Well, I may not always write amazing things, but I do feel inspired by creamy, slightly textured virgin pages.