Journal vs. Diary vs. Notebook

Not necessarily for the better, but the form of a journal nudges your thinking into becoming more linear, in-depth, focused, and comprehensible for a reader with a quick eye and probable impatience. It encourages that word that most writers hate yet desperately need—discipline.

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The Vanity Fair Diaries by Tina Brown

“I found Charlotte Curtis unbearable. What a bogus grandee she is, a coiffed asparagus, exuding a second-rate intellectualism. She didn’t ask me one question about VF or any damn thing. Still, I always love hearing Shirley yak on in her cigar-brown voice. She reminds me of Olive Oyl in Popeye”

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