I assume the key is a metaphor for unlocking the secrets of blatantly ripping off another author's work and making crazy mad bank on it.
But what does it look like inside?
I imagine this is what people will be saying when someone shows them this styled up and branded blank book and says, "It cost $9.99."
When it was first announced, we were horrified to learn that Inner Goddess: A Journal was going to feature writing "advice" from E.L. James herself.
One must assume "So long, suckers," was considered tacky.
Heads up, you could buy nine notebooks at the Dollar Store for the amount you would pay for this one. Alternately, for four more dollars you could buy a Moleskine, and those fuckers last forever. Also, no one has written a bunch of twee shit about reaching for your dreams inside of it.
So, a fool and his money, I guess is what I'm getting at here.