One Line a Day: A Five Year Memory Book

One Line a Day: A Five Year Memory Book

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  • Publisher: CHRONICLE BOOKS
  • Format: Diary | 370 pages
  • Dimensions: 98mm x 160mm x 34mm | 300g
  • Publication date: 16 September 2009
  • Publication City/Country: California
  • ISBN 10: 0811870197
  • ISBN 13: 9780811870191
  • Illustrations note: Colour throughout
  • Sales rank: 267

Product description

This memory-keeper let's the user track the moments of their life day by day. The 365 daily entries appear five times on each page, allowing users to revisit previous thoughts and memories over five years as they return to each page to record the current day's events. Durable and elegantly designed, this diary is sure to be a treasured addition to any desktop, bedside or bookshelf.

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Customer reviews

By Diego Munhoz 08 Oct 2014 5

I bought this book for my girlfriend and its impressed both. The quality is very good and the book proposal is very interesting.

I'm used to the One Sketch a Day of Chronicle Books and again this diary has exceeded my expectations!


By Kristine 01 Jul 2014 5

This book or diary is what I have always wanted. And I'm happy that my friend told me about it. She is having similar book - "Mom's One Line a Day" and she was/is very happy about it, so I was nearly 100% sure that I'll love mine as well :) And it's perfect for me - the size, the style, everything.

By Christine 25 Oct 2012 4

It's actually quite an ingenious idea, whereby you have one page for one date with 5 years of entries. I've had it for about a year and a half, and still, I get so much of a kick when reading my past entries. Whether it's the fact my writing has changed dramatically, or the completely mindless things I would complain about, I love the fact that I can read it and know that a year from that day, I was in a different country, or thinking something that I haven't been able to remember.
The only criticism I would have, would be the size of the diary, and space for larger entries, as I always seem to have to squeeze my thoughts into each date.