Good Mythical Morning Snotebook
Good Mythical Morning Snotebook

Good Mythical Morning Snotebook

Regular price $9.99 Sale

The Good Mythical Morning "snotebook" is the perfect place to draw some Mythical beasts or jot down your next amazingly amazing idea. Cover art by Caitlin Johnson.

Details:
- 144 pages
- 100lb cover
- Rounded corners
- Blank inside pages
- 5.25" x 8.25" softcover notebook
- 70lb (100gms) premium, recycled paper

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Customer Reviews

Based on 29 reviews
86%
(25)
7%
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K
K.M.
Nearly perfect for me

I really like it. The cover has a nice velvety feel instead of just a plain Kraft paper cover.
The only thing that I would have liked is if it had "lay flat" ability and dot grid pages.
But since that is just a personal preference, I still give it 5 stars.

B
B.M.
Awesome!

I absolutely love it! The paper is smooth to write on. It has awesome graphics on the front. All around one of the best notebooks I have.

O
O.
Pretty Good

Really wished it was a lined notebook instead of blank pages, the spine is also very stiff which makes it more difficult to write, but otherwise it’s a cute notebook and a really nice size!

C
C.
Not a notebook/sketchbook hybrid

when I first saw Rhett and Link talk about the snotebook, I assumed wrongly that it would be a hybrid of a notebook and a sketchbook. When you advertise something as, “it’s a notebook! It’s a sketchbook!” It isn’t too much of a stretch to think, “It must be both!” Now, I noticed in the description for the notebook it says, “blank inside pages” but I didn’t realize ALL the pages were blank. Why call it a snotebook at all? I’m an artist, and I have plenty of sketchbooks that are notebook shaped. A ‘notebook’ should have lines for the notes. A sketchbook has blank pages.

I realize I made assumptions about the product before buying it, so that’s on me. I just figured to let anyone know it is not a notebook/sketchbook hybrid, just in case people got the wrong idea. The paper on the inside is also alright for sketching, but I’d never buy it for drawing purposes, because the paper is just alright.

Honestly this isn’t really the best product. It has no lines for note taking, and it’s kind of a sub-par sketchbook.

I enjoy the product, and my expectations might have made me like it a little less. So if you like GMM and want a “book” to show that? This is a good buy. RandL really creative, so I was pretty sad about how bland this purchase was. I would have been so much happier with a hybrid, because that’s what I thought I was buying. Like I said before, I realize that’s on me because of the description.

C
C.P.
Perfect size for what I need

I really like my snotebook. I plan to use it for a bullet journal. It's the perfect size for that. I love how unique it is.


Customer Reviews

Based on 29 reviews
86%
(25)
7%
(2)
7%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
K
K.M.
Nearly perfect for me

I really like it. The cover has a nice velvety feel instead of just a plain Kraft paper cover.
The only thing that I would have liked is if it had "lay flat" ability and dot grid pages.
But since that is just a personal preference, I still give it 5 stars.

B
B.M.
Awesome!

I absolutely love it! The paper is smooth to write on. It has awesome graphics on the front. All around one of the best notebooks I have.

O
O.
Pretty Good

Really wished it was a lined notebook instead of blank pages, the spine is also very stiff which makes it more difficult to write, but otherwise it’s a cute notebook and a really nice size!

C
C.
Not a notebook/sketchbook hybrid

when I first saw Rhett and Link talk about the snotebook, I assumed wrongly that it would be a hybrid of a notebook and a sketchbook. When you advertise something as, “it’s a notebook! It’s a sketchbook!” It isn’t too much of a stretch to think, “It must be both!” Now, I noticed in the description for the notebook it says, “blank inside pages” but I didn’t realize ALL the pages were blank. Why call it a snotebook at all? I’m an artist, and I have plenty of sketchbooks that are notebook shaped. A ‘notebook’ should have lines for the notes. A sketchbook has blank pages.

I realize I made assumptions about the product before buying it, so that’s on me. I just figured to let anyone know it is not a notebook/sketchbook hybrid, just in case people got the wrong idea. The paper on the inside is also alright for sketching, but I’d never buy it for drawing purposes, because the paper is just alright.

Honestly this isn’t really the best product. It has no lines for note taking, and it’s kind of a sub-par sketchbook.

I enjoy the product, and my expectations might have made me like it a little less. So if you like GMM and want a “book” to show that? This is a good buy. RandL really creative, so I was pretty sad about how bland this purchase was. I would have been so much happier with a hybrid, because that’s what I thought I was buying. Like I said before, I realize that’s on me because of the description.

C
C.P.
Perfect size for what I need

I really like my snotebook. I plan to use it for a bullet journal. It's the perfect size for that. I love how unique it is.