Basically, you can jot down notes or your own stories in between the lines of a full-length novel!
I couldn't pass this up - what writer / scribbler / wordsmith could? The question remained, which one to buy. They had such greats as Emma by Jane Austen, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, and The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum. In the end, I went with Bram Stoker's Dracula, just because it's the closest to the genre that I like to write in, and the quote on the front fits my current work-in-progress so well, it's a little uncanny.
Of course, the notebook has been sitting on my shelf since I bought it, looking pretty and untouched in its original wrapping. I recently liberated it from the plastic, my fingers itching to write in it. Something this cool shouldn't go unused. But it shouldn't be squandered on hastily-scribbled revision notes that nobody, including myself, will ever read after the book is finished, either. And I'm not the diary-writing type of gal. But I want to write something in this notebook that will last, that I'll want to come back to from time to time. So what could that possibly be?
I felt at a loss until I read a great line in the book I'm currently reading. It was such an amazing line that I simply had to write it down (since I always forget the exact wording of it by the time I read two pages further). That's when it hit me! I'll write my favorite quotes out of the books I read into this notebook that basically quotes an entire novel. I've been meaning to start such a quote-book for a while, anyway. Turns out, this idea was simply waiting for the right medium for me to find for it.
But I'm still wondering what other sort of notes aside from diary entries and quotes such a cool notebook could be used for... Any thoughts?