It was difficult to pick a favorite pen/ink combo this week. I didn’t do much writing and most pens got only a little use. The Omas 360 Vintage LE wrote the most, thanks to the draft of its review. But it was with the two turquoise inks which are less than perfect on the Doane paper I was using. I decided to pick the Edison Menlo with Pelikan Brilliant Brown. It was most suitable to the writing I was doing (note taking) and both the ink and pen made the writing more enjoyable.
Some links of interest…
Backpocket Journal Tomoe River Edition Review — Modern Stationer
Pen Review: Edison Herald in Crushed Shell Acrylic — The Gentleman Stationer
Making of the Edison Double Ended Pearl – Penucopia
The Mystery of the Vanishing Point – The Passionate Penman
Rhodia DotPad Number 38 Review – THE UNROYAL WARRANT
Review: Delta Horsepower – Fine Harmonic Steel – Gourmet Pens
Jinhao X750 revisited – Peninkcillin
The Wonderful Lamy Safari Fountain Pen — The Finer Point
Review: Roterfaden Taschenbegleiter – literambivalence
What’s Your Opinion Of Pen Brands – An Inkophile’s Blog
Review: Noodler’s Ahab Flexible Nib Fountain Pen – The Well-Appointed Desk
Not Soaking Again! – Goodwriterspens’s Blog
Skyline Redux – And All Other Tasks
Pen Review: Sailor 1911 Large – The Pen Habit
Bexley Collaboration (Centennial) – mycoffeepot.org
Currently Inked Pens – September 1st, 2014 – The Pen Enthusiast
ME Journal from Quo Vadis – Pens Paper Inks…Whatever!
Write More Letters in September – My Pen Needs InkMy Pen Needs Ink
Sometimes There’s A Pen: The Ohto Dude + Noodler’s Red-Black – THE PENVENTORY
Graf von Faber-Castell Hazelnut Brown – Inkdependence!
J. Herbin Lierre Sauvage Ink Review – The Pen Addict
Diamine Cult Pens Deep Dark Orange ink review – Pens! Paper! Pencils!