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Do Your Writing On Line With Ghost Paper

Ghost Paper uses texture, rather than ink, to create the alternating embossed and debossed lines on its pages. The effect is subtle, even invisible at certain angles, and straddles the line of offering tactile feedback without interrupting pen and pencil marks.

Looking outside the lines, Ghost Paper notebooks are unassuming. The charcoal covers are accented by a bright white bookmark, elastic closure, and pen loop. Each notebook holds 96 pages, and is a pleasure to write in, doodle in, and hold.


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Shane Roberts

Editor Emeritus, The Inventory