Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein, TS Elliot, and more began their literary careers by writing in longhand in notebooks, or what were then known as cahiers. 1920's Paris was where these authors spent countless hours inside the Left Bank cafes, crafting and carving out sentences and paragraphs inside a cahier just like this one. The prose they crafted in these notebooks became classics. Maybe the prose you write in your cahier will be a classic someday too. Cahier No. 5 is the perfect gift for an aspiring writer, or the for the aspiring writer in you. Carry this around with you, and write whenever the spirit hits you....From New York Times bestselling author, Vincent Zandri, comes a series of cahiers designed to inspire you to pen the novel you've always wanted to write.
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