A Quick Peek At What’s Coming Up On Fountain Pen Love

John Bosley Miscellaneous 2 Comments

As I was sitting down planning out the next few months’ worth of blog posts, it occurred to me that you might want a sneak peek at what’s coming up. I always have so many reviews that I want to write, I have to prioritize them and space them out a bit so you don’t just get 10 paper reviews in a row. So, here’s a quick peek at just a bit of what you can expect over the next month or two:

  • I have a really exciting giveaway planned for the very near future
  • A comparison of HP Premium32 and Premium28 papers
  • North of Rosemont sent over some of their notebooks for me to review
  • Soho Spark sent over a few of their faux leather journals for me to review
  • An identification guide for vintage fountain pen inks
  • A new paper sample product will make an appearance in the shop
  • A guide to envelope sizes for different paper sizes
  • Long-overdue reviews of some fine writing papers

That’s just a bit of what I have planned! Who knows what else will spontaneously make its way onto the blog? If you have any requests or suggestions for future blog posts or reviews, please leave a comment with your thoughts. Thanks so much!

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  1. Request/Suggestion: I know you’re an Esterbrook fan. I’d love to learn more about the (Renew point) nibs that work so well with Esterbrooks. There’s a lot to choose from and it would be really useful to learn about how they differ, how they write, etc.

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      That’s a great suggestion, Al! I’ve actually thought about doing something like that before and just haven’t taken the time to do it yet. One thing you can do is check out my Instagram account. A while back I wrote with different Esterbrook nibs and vintage inks every day for a month and shared images. It’s not as comprehensive or controlled as a blog post would be, but might still give you an idea of how some of the different nibs look: https://www.instagram.com/fountainpenlove/

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