Think Leuchtturm’s A5 notebook, WITH Tomoe River paper. Ooooo baby!
1st article: 30 Day Challenge Writers’ Forum Magazine, April 2017
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Google Photos is one of the most popular ways of storing and sharing photos online. WordPress.com is one of the … More
If you’ve always wanted to improve your handwriting but never got around to it, here’s your chance. Source: Quickly Improve … More
Sitting and stewing a writer’s block cooks only intense frustration. So I move, focusing on a joyful obsession. Without fail, the bricks break, unleashing a torrent of creativity.
Every 3 or so weeks, I pop into the Alexa app (iPad) and run a “writing” search through the Skills … More
The linked article echoes this writer’s woe-filled experience with Dragon’s $60 Home edition. Fortunately, worthy alternatives exist. Another alternative is … More
One favorite trick for building my writing muscle: using IFTTT to add a daily prompt to my calendar; each evening, I create a 6-word story incorporating that prompt. The how-to steps follow.
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Mechanical pencils are everywhere. Quality is not. My list of tried-&-true faves follows.
Without question, the most comprehensive—yet easy to follow—breakdown I’ve witnessed. Includes copying tips. Kudos BeLight Software, from stationery nerds every … More
Pocket Notebooks’ listing triggered a question: Hmm, my own top 8? NanamiPaper’s B6 Cafe Note (5mm grid/ Tomoe River paper) … More
The app, Eddie, sparked my interest last month. The lack of any reviews, combined with the price tag, instigated my … More
Hey, any “best of pens” list including both the Pilot Vanishing Point and Platinum Preppy pulls my thumbs up 👍🏽! … More