“A novel journal

Write between the line of your

Favorite authors

Pride and Prejudice

P.S. The journal lines are the

Novel (in teeny, tiny text)!”



This is a journal I bought at Sam’s.


160 lined pages

ISBN: 978-1-62686-322-4

Measures 9 inches x 7 inches

Cover is floppy and bends easily.

Some of the more well-known quotes are in different colors.


Other available titles:

  • Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
  • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The Brothers Grimm
  • Dracula by Bram Stoker
  • Emma by Jane Austen
  • Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
  • Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
  • The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
  • The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum

The cover is hot pink with electric blue accent lettering. The cover is also stamped with the novel’s text. The edges of the pages are also electric blue, as well as the text forming the writing lines. Also, the elastic is electric blue.



Front and back interior covers have this 60’s looking floral print. It doesn’t really compliment the journal, in my opinion.

Made by Canterbury Classics, a Baker and Taylor trademark.

YouTube video link: https://youtu.be/G7exttOmbXs

Other titles I’d like to see added:

  • Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
  • The H.G. Wells Collection>>>individual titles would not make a long enough journal, in my opinion.

I don’t know what I’ll use this journal for right now. I like picking it up and looking at it.

© Cori Large 4/8/2016


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Bibliotherapy: The Right Book at the Right Time


The World According to Martha Stewart


Book Selection and Intellectual Freedom


How to Sell More


Making Money from Home: How to Run a Successful Home-Based Business


Writers and Their Notebooks


Jane’s Fame: How Jane Austen Conquered the World


Introduction to Librarianship


Crisis on Campus




Martha Stewart: a Biography


Martha Stewart


Being Martha


Martha On Trial


The Book of Lost Books


Jane Austen


On Writing


The Happiness Project


What They Don’t Teach You in Library School


How to Move in With Your Boyfriend (and not break up with him)


Death Comes to Pemberley by P.D. James


A murder has taken place on Pemberley grounds. Wickham is the main suspect. Life as Darcy and Elizabeth know it has become chaos. Will this finally rid them of the troublesome Wickham and Lydia?


My summary sucks, but other websites will have better summaries. I was disappointed with this book. Intro chapters regarding the Bennetts and Lizzie’s relationship with Darcy prior to their marriage are written in such a tone that it could be assumed the author was nothing more than a vicious gossip. Colonel Fitzwilliam’s character is quite different than in P&P. He’s almost hateful and scornful in regards to Georgianna. Doesn’t read like Austen. I’ve read fan-fiction that was more genuine. Points of view skip around, not thrilled about that. Very cynical overtones.

Would not recommend this book.

© Cori Endicott March 2012

Jane Bites Back by Michael Thomas Ford


Jane Austen has been turned into a vampire by another literary great. She has successfully continued to live around the world undetected. Her world is completely turned upside down when a book she’s been working on for the past two centuries gets published cans the vampire that turned her shows up.


I didn’t find this book particularly interesting. It is the first book in a series. Will not complete the series. Not recommended.

© Cori Endicott Feb 2012

Jane and the Damned by Janet Mullany


Our beloved Jane Austen has been turned into a vampire. The entire Austen family heads toBath, where lies the only known cure. Napoleon’s troops invade, take over the city, and make their way across the island. It is up to Jane and the rest of the Damned to defeat the French and drive them out of the country.


Surprisingly pleased. I’ve read a few biographies on Jane Austen and enjoyed the parallels. Had to keep reminding myself that Mr. Darcy wasn’t going to show up and save the day. I did enjoy the book, but it didn’t end the way I expected. Recommend.

© Cori Endicott Feb 2012