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Sunday Reads: The Perfect Crime, Neil Gaiman And Ink

01/28/2018

The Perfect Crime tells a complete story, beginning, middle and end, in twelve seconds. It’s YouTube storytelling at its best.

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Sunday Reads: Pens, Journaling And Animals

01/21/2018

Beautiful images at the first link. Kudos to the photographer. If you aren’t a pencil lover yet, Ana might persuade you…

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Sunday Reads: Dogs, Snow and Pen Stuff

01/07/2018

Having introduced a couple of dogs to the wonders of snow, the Dogs in Snow video proved delightfully true though my kids never tried the two-legged march. Of the two, a Shih Tzu and a mini dachshund, the former was thrilled with the foot-deep drifts of the stuff while the latter was shocked and intimidated. The Shih Tzu, a lapdog, had chutzpah while the doxie, a ratter, was a wuss. Go figure.

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Sunday Reads: Pen, Ink, And A Cat

12/24/2017

Dark green ink is a fixture in my kit whether Montblanc Racing Green or Sailor Tokiwa Matsu and it is always in my holiday rotation. This year the latter is in a silver Pilot Metropolitan with a medium nib. Holiday perfection!

Oh, man, I want to sleep like that. Well, except for the twitching tail.

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Sunday Reads: Junk And Other Stuff

12/17/2017

It was an eclectic week…

Got some last minute shopping to do on Amazon? Please consider using the Inkophile portal in the side bar. You can also get search results for Fountain Pens and Fountain Pen Inks via these links. It won’t increase your cost, but it will send a few pennies to my ink and pen fund. Thank you!

A bit of holiday spirit!

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Sunday Reads: Nibs, Origami, And A Fuzz Butt

12/10/2017

What does it say when it only takes a silly dog video to make my day?

If you are shopping on Amazon this holiday season, please consider using my Amazon portal located in the sidebar when you enter the site. Commissions are small, but they do help keep Inkophile going. Thank you!

 

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Sunday Reads: Pens, Calligraphy, And Downton Abbey

12/03/2017

Ever wondered what is the difference between High Tea and Afternoon Tea? Downton Abbey Cooks has the details.

When it comes to frankenpens, vintage super flex with a converter sounds right for me. What combination of old and modern features would you cobble together?

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