I was in the mood to try out a pocket sized, albeit a generous pocket, notebook that would easily adapt to landscape or portrait use and after a short wander around Amazon I came across the Dingbats A6+ Notebook which seemed to me to be big enough to be useful but still within the remit of pocket sized. Continue reading “Expecto Patronum – The Dingbats A6+ Notebook”
This month I’ve chosen Blackstone’s Red Cashmere, which is a limited edition ink, from the SuSeMai series, with a very interesting history full details of that history can be found here: http://blackstone.ink/index.php/susemai-series-red-cashmere Continue reading “Ink Of The Month – June ’19 – Blackstone Red Cashmere”
This is probably my first mechanical pencil review, in fact I’m pretty sure it is and as I have a lot of pencils both regular and mechanical, I decided I should make a start on them. Continue reading “Muji Low Centre Of Gravity Mechanical Pencil”
I’ve been on a bit of a blue kick lately, dabbling with various blues from the dark Oxford Blue to this month’s Sapphire Blue. Continue reading “Ink Of The Month – May ’19 -Diamine Sapphire Blue”
Recently my friend John Bosley launched a shop on his site Fountain Pen Love (https://fountainpenlove.com) selling sample packs of paper and I volunteered to be the test subject for international shipping. Continue reading “The Big Fountain Pen Paper Sample Pack From Fountain Pen Love”
As The Indian Marmalade Company has now been operating for over two years the board and I met and when I say met I mean I talked and the board opened one eye, washed her paws and went back to sleep. I took the lack of opposition as the board’s approval for me to make the investment and acquire an official company pen. Continue reading “The Indian Marmalade Company Is Proud To Present The Ranga 8B Indian Marmalade Edition.”
Welcome to Part 2.
In Part 1 I set out to test five different planners for a year and I did so in the certain knowledge that some would fall by the wayside whilst others continued onwards. Continue reading “A Tale Of Two Planners (With Sincere Apologies To Mr Dickens)”