Collection: Bright Bird Press stationery

Undated stationery and accessories created for discovery writers and mood readers, designed by award-winning author of cozy Victorian romantasy, Belinda Kroll.

For my fellow discovery writers and mood readers who love stationery but hate the pressure of pre-dated journal spreads. You are my people, and I made this stationery for you.

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Supporting discovery writers & mood readers

Bright Bird Press stationery

If you're anything like us, you also have a million novels to write and huge TBR piles threatening to topple as you walk past them.

Maybe you buy the next planner hoping it will get things in gear, but then Life Happens and next thing you know, you've lost a month and those empty, dated pages are screaming.

Our journals and planners flexibly support your creative writing and mood reading with their undated, custom-designed spreads. These journals supported us when we was in need. Now they're here to support you.

  • Plan your novel with Trello and Bright Bird Press - Belinda Kroll

    Plan your novel with Trello and Bright Bird Press

     Starting a new project, whether for NaNoWriMo or something longer term, is a great opportunity to seek out new tools and methods for planning your novel. When I worked...

    Plan your novel with Trello and Bright Bird Press

     Starting a new project, whether for NaNoWriMo or something longer term, is a great opportunity to seek out new tools and methods for planning your novel. When I worked...

  • Get ready for National Novel Writing Month - Belinda Kroll

    Get ready for National Novel Writing Month

    It's October, which means writers around the nation are getting ready for National Novel Writing Month. This challenge can feel daunting if you're a discovery writer and dislike outlining before...

    Get ready for National Novel Writing Month

    It's October, which means writers around the nation are getting ready for National Novel Writing Month. This challenge can feel daunting if you're a discovery writer and dislike outlining before...

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