Because book mail is the best mail: a rare back to school sale in the MMD shop!

Because book mail is the best mail: a rare back to school sale in the MMD shop!

The short version: in honor of back to school season, we’re having a rare sale in the Modern Mrs Darcy shop. Save $5 on any $25 purchase with the code BTS5off. 

These days, the calendar still says summer but my mind is saying fall. My thoughts (and to-do list) are full of empty notebooks bursting with possibility and bouquets of freshly-sharpened pencils. I might have found myself inhaling the scent of scotch tape a time or six. I know I’m in good company when I say I’m a bona fide school supply geek. Book mail is the best mail, and our practical bookish goodies double as excellent tools for school and work.

So in honor of Back to School season, shop now to save $5 off any $25 purchase in the shop with the code BTS5off. 

Stock up on our fabulous Leuchtturm journals and book darts to get you through the rest of the year. Book mail is the best mail: now is a great time to treat yourself or a readerly friend. I just introduced my 14-year-old to the wonder of book darts, and now they’re his key tool for English class. It’s probably not a bad time to start collecting stocking stuffers. And our journal kits are a great way for you to sample a variety of pens, highlighters, and bookish tools without breaking the bank.

And in the spirit of a new school year, my two classes (Bullet Journaling for Book Lovers and What’s Your Reading Personality?) are also available for purchase with the coupon code for the first time.

Enjoy the discount; we trust you’ll put it to good use. Sale good through Tuesday, August 29.

Happy browsing, and happy reading!

What are YOUR favorite school supplies and bookish goodies? How do you like the smell of scotch tape? Any other bookish stocking stuffer ideas? Please share them in comments! (We’re taking notes for future shop offerings …) 

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2 comments

  1. When I was teaching, I used to give my kids “thinkmarks”, which are basically bookmarks on which they could jot words or phrases they didn’t know or wanted to remember. I’d love a grown up version for while I’m reading!

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