logli is a constructed language that I have designed. It uses the Latin alphabet (only the small letters, and only twenty of them), but it does not look similar to any other language. As an example of it, here this paragraph in Logli:

logli legi gagumdu maj. loj pej glodulsuklujm lamaw (seli dolsuklujmtu key seli dambum), klejn loj plejlblu na memitu logi nadi jal. damaw zompi laj, jenaw tojnklujmdu haj lagli.

Nevertheless almost all morphemes of Logli are similar to words in the languages that I speak. But because of the phonetical and grammatical properties of Logli, they are not exactly the same. Additionally, the majority of words in Logli are compounds of several morphemes, and these words are almost never similar to words in the source languages. 

The grammar of Logli based in the beginning on the same principle as Loglan and Lojban, the logical languages. However, its rules have become less rigorous. The slight complexity of its grammar is a need to create its word-building system, through which one can create a huge amount of words with very few stems (even much less than in Esperanto). I think that thus I have removed the main difficulty when one wants to master well a foreign language, namely the vocabulary. Even native speakers of English only know a small proportion of English words, and I, wo have lived in England for two and a half years, still need to use a dictionary regularly, even though the vocabulary of English is quite similar to that of my native language.

But I do not want to replace Esperanto with Logli. Esperanto is already much easier than all ethnic languages, and my believe that Logli is a bit easier to learn for an average human being than Esperanto is dubitable. It doesn't make sense to start a discussion about the easiness of planned languages, because everyone has a different opinion on this, and it is impossible to come to an agreement. For example, the majority of proposals to replace Esperanto were naturalist, which I can't understand at all. The only basis for consent is to accept the most spoken planned language, especially given that it is already easy enough.

I only created Logli for the joy and interest in constructing an artificial language, and to see whether I will be able to think in it at some point (and what that would be like).

If you are interested in Logli, you can learn it a bit here.