- Pencil Revolution reviews yellow Rhodia paper. Like him, I also had no idea such a thing existed! I've never used any kind of yellow paper, but I might have to try this one day.
- Woodclinched checks out his father-in-law's old notebooks. I love old notebooks, and I wish I could find some vintage notebooks and memo books like these.
- The Well-Appointed Desk reviews Banditapple Carnet notebooks. These notebooks aren't that well known, but I reviewed one a few years ago and I was very impressed with it. If I made a list of my favourite notebooks, the Carnet would probably be on it.
- Have you heard about the Rhodia Ice? I like the look of these, although it does seem a bit odd to see a Rhodia pad that is neither orange nor black!
- No Pen Intended reviews a "strange" Mythology hardcover notebook. I like strange and weird, so I wouldn't mind trying this notebook out (and I think it would be rather amusing to have a notebook with "mythology" on the spine that just contained to-do lists or something completely mundane like that).
- Reader and commenter Leroy reviews the Clairefontaine Basics notebooks. He also provides some information on the history of the brand and how they make their paper. Clairefontaine makes amazing paper, so it is good to know that it is environmentally-friendly as well.
- Finally, I've never tried stone paper, but Gentian has a lovely review of it on her blog. After reading her review, I'm not sure if I'd like stone paper or not. Have you tried it? What did you think of it?
That's all for April. I'll have a new pencil, pen, and ink for you in May!