Soap and Ink

I write with a fountain pen. That means I use fountain pen ink. This means that fountain pen ink gets on my hands and won’t come off. I have a special inkwell for my pen so that I have minimal ink on my hands but still, some gets on there. I have worn disposable gloves... Continue Reading →

Moar Ink

I said that only got two new inks in my last post about my new ink journal. I lied! I got more - and I also became very done with ink procurement because my brain said so. Shortly after procuring Monarcha's Cielo Cruel and Birmingham's Tesla Coil, I got Colorverse's a Cnc (Cancer zodiac) ink... Continue Reading →

New Ink Journal!

I designed, printed and handstitched a new ink journal because one didn't exist for the paper I use to write my novels and stories, Southworth. Fun fact about the covers: they were supposed to go on a journal I stitched for Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance ... but I lost them. Thus, he got... Continue Reading →

Non-Tech I Use

I talked about the tech I use to make my work and such. I also am very much old school in how I create (for example, I write long hand and bind my own journals) so let’s look at that. TWSBI 700VacR Pen, Extra Fine nib – I had such a hard time finding my... Continue Reading →

Glass Dip Pen!

I got a glass dip pen, partly because of the new upcoming book that’s coming out after Kinetics, partly because I always wanted a glass dip pen. They’re pretty! Mah Glass Dip Pen! With Cap! (That Doesn't Post)! I remember staring at more traditional glass dip pens in Barnes & Nobles when I was a... Continue Reading →

Pen Test, Test 1 2 3

I have been amassing an insane amount of inks recently. I think I’m done with my ink kick, I have more ink than I think I’ll probably be writing with … well, I come up with ideas regularly so I doubt that, but I definitely have a lot of ink to last me for the... Continue Reading →

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