Perhaps the most idealized writer of the Lost Generation was F. Scott Fitzgerald. His Great Gatsby inspired the likes of Hemingway to come to Paris and learn from the master. Fitz wrote on in the Paris cafés of his choice, sipping brandy while writing in cahiers just like this one. I think Fitz would get a kick out of knowing that 100 years after he published his first novel, a new writer would be starting his or her own masterpiece the same way he began his—writing by longhand in a blank notebook...From New York Times and USA Today bestselling Thriller Award winning author, Vincent Zandri, comes a series of inspiring cahiers or notebooks for would-be, newbie writers to pen their first short stories or novels. These notebooks are also great for the seasoned writing professional. Carry them with you to the local coffee house or to a cafe in Paris or Rome, where you can craft your masterpiece inside the most romantic setting possible, just like F. Scott Fitzgerald did once upon a time. Grab your cahier now for yourself or as a gift for the writer in your life. Collect them all and cherish them forever.
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