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Interview with Krysten Hager

My favourite pens are the chubbier ones because they’re easier to write without my hand getting tired. Right now I’m using the Pilot Dr. Grip ones. A friend recently gave me a set of scented gel pens and I love having all the different colours for editing and they smell amazing. There’s something about writing… Continue reading Interview with Krysten Hager

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Interview with Tommy Donbavand

There’s nothing like writing with a nib!  I have a small collection of fountain pens  – including a Sheaffer Prelude and a Waterman Hémisphère Essential. I use different coloured inks from Waterman and Diamine, such as Emerald, Oxblood, and Teal. For everyday use, I like the Lamy Safari and, in non-fountain pens, the Uniball Air.… Continue reading Interview with Tommy Donbavand

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Interview with Carol Fenlon

I like a practical mid-range ballpoint with a comfortable grip. I never buy fountain pens, gel pens or rollerballs. I am sometimes given these as gifts but I rarely use them so  they stay in a drawer to be admired. I also often use a HB pencil but keeping it well-sharpened is a distraction.I like… Continue reading Interview with Carol Fenlon

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Interview with Vera Morris

When Anita invited me to feature in her blog about my stationery, I thought I’d love to take part. It was only when I started to think about what I used I realised how revealing such information is, and also how I need to be better organised! It’s amazing the amount of paper I use… Continue reading Interview with Vera Morris