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Take Notes in Style with An April Choyce Creation

Fashionable and high-quality notebooks and coloring books in letter size.

Anyone could probably recall a moment during their teenage years about keeping a diary hidden under a mattress to write down thoughts, struggles, and fears because it felt safe and free from the judgment of others. Meanwhile, some may have had doodles and drawings at the back of their school notebooks to express their creativity. At any age and at any place, notebooks serve a purpose – and having An April Choyce Creation just makes it stand out from everyone else’s.

Created by USILACS graduate April Choyce, An April Choyce Creation offers a wide range of fashionable 8.5 x 11 notebooks, planners, log books, coloring books, and many more. In fact, her journals and planners are bigger than average – which only means there is more space to write on and get creative.

But more than anything else, she wanted her merchandise to help people who don’t have the best vision to see and find them easily. According to April, the inspiration behind her creations is the fact that life shapes its own stories. She wants people to write down their goals as they work hard to achieve them.

Currently, An April Choyce Creation can be purchased via the Amazon website. Her products range from journals, weekly planners, notebooks, coloring books, and teacher lesson planners.

More information about An April Choyce Creation can be found at https://www.amazon.com/author/aprilchoyce.

About An April Choyce Creation

An April Choyce Creation offers a unique line of journals, weekly planners, notebooks, and coloring books designed for people with poor eyesight or those who lose small things easily.

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Company Name: An April Choyce Creation
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Country: United States
Website: https://www.amazon.com/author/aprilchoyce

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