about a fleeting ripple
There comes a time in everyone’s life when they want to share the thing they love. This is mine.
In this blog I will talk -write- about my fountain pens, inks and paper. I have been using a fountain pen for more than a decade, but I never thought about them as a “hobby” until a couple of years ago. Now, I completely stopped using anything else for writing. My ever-growing collection of inks and pens need to be put to good use, and what use can be better than writing more? I started this blog to simply write more, write more consciously, and think about what I like to write with.
Me? I am an architecture student that writes a lot. Way more than I should. Those inks aren’t going to finish themselves after all. I also read a lot. Books might be the one thing I like as much as -perhaps even more than- pens. If you see a person on the street with a book in their hand and a pen clipped to its cover, it might be me. It is a very slim chance, as I generally carry everything in a bag.
Dennis Moore is a pen name used for this personal blog in order to keep my online and offline lives separate. Also, it is kind of fun to pick yourself a name when you can.
All of the photographs are my own unless stated otherwise.
At the moment, I am a participant in the Atlas Stationer's affiliate program, and I may get a commission from the links. I also get sent some products in exchange for an honest review every now and then. These are ways for me to earn a bit from this blog, as I am not running this blog as a source of income. I'm trying to be as transparent as I can on these topics, and feel free to reach out if you have any questions about integrity or honesty.