Time to catch my breath
It’s been a busy few weeks here at UKFP. In the past 30 days I’ve posted reviews of the new Estie, the Kasama Una, the Karas Vertex and the Montblanc Agatha Christie (as always, you can find a list of my reviewed pens here); inks from Anderillium; paper from Lamy and Pebble and GoodINKPressions; and storage in the form of the Esterbrook Pen Nooks. Not bad for one guy with a full-time job and a newborn baby, eh?
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What’s coming up?
I have loads of stuff in the review queue and incoming, including:
- Troublemaker Inks Abalone, Petrichor and Hanging Rice
- My take on the Pilot Anniversary Inks (better late than never)
- My new Nakaya, one of the unusual 17mm versions…
- Some alternative paper products from Baron Fig
- A sneak peek at the newest pen show on the calendar, The Capital Pen Show 2020
- Two handmade wooden pens from Leonard Slattery
- The latest colours in GLP’s The Author notebook
- A retrospective on the TWSBI Eco, now that I own four of them…
- More chapters of my updated buyer’s guide
- The new Schon pocket fountain pen
- Full reviews of the Lamy and Pebble notebooks
If you have any requests for products you’d like me to review, please do shout in the comments.
A little feedback, please!
Judging by my WordPress traffic, UKFP has never been more popular — thank you for giving me some of your eyeball time! I’m always trying to dig up new products to introduce to you, and in my reviews to cover the things you can’t glean from a spec sheet. But there’s plenty of room for improvement. What would you like to see more of? What do you find boring? Don’t be shy, please sound off in the comments.