I realized I don't have to. Or, Ken Hinkley, the researcher behind Inkseine, pointed it out to me. He came up with a method of scanning blank pages from old tomes and using those scans as template pages in Inkseine. I finally got around to scanning some pages and began my own "Book of Damned Knowledge".
Have I mentioned how much I love Inkseine? Believe it or not, I haven't really been able to work it into my workflow, because OneNote--the lovechild. of Word and all things holy--is my right hand man, and for the most part, Inkseine, while wildly RIGHT, doesn't have the organizational features of OneNote yet, so I fall back to OneNote for all my note taking. But this use, more a fiction ideas journal than anything else, is different. It begs for something looser and more pen-centric, and so begat the Book of Damned Knowledge...more on Inkseine as I use it more, I promise.