Another great week for pen-and-paper posts! Happy reading!
JoniB at Daydreamers Welcome gives the Paper Mate InkJoy a middling grade.
Stationery Traffic explains why he hates the Lamy Safari. (If you aren't reading this excellent UK pen blog, you should be.)
Steve at Recording Thoughts describes how he made his own leather-bound notebook.
No Pen Intended finds comfort in the Pilot Hi-Tec-C Slim Knock pen.
Jamie at Hudson Valley Sketches recommends the Hero 86 fountain pen for artists.
Matthias at Bleistift pencil-spots in the Dirk Gently TV series.
Dan at Fountain Pen Geeks gets mushy over the Nakaya Piccolo Titanium fountain pen.
The Missive Maven suggests Scribble It! postcards to get kids into letter-writing.
Charles at Mr. Guilt fondly recalls his Parker Penman ink.
Oscar at The Fountain Pens offers a look at the vintage Williamson Lever Self-Filling MHR VV Clip fountain pen.
Fountain Pen Restoration reveals an awesome find: A Waterman's Autograph Album from 1932 (unfortunately blank).
Mary at From the Pen Cup shows off her score from Target, a discounted Pilot Plumix fountain pen.
Heather at A Penchant for Paper finds the Uniball Signo DX 0.28 mm to be a bit scratchy.