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Interview with Charlotte Betts

I get very twitchy if I don’t have at least two pens and a notebook to hand. I’m not overly fussy about pens, providing they have a fine point and black ink. Currently I have a batch of Bic Orange Fine that suit me very well for everyday use. If I’m feeling flush or celebrating… Continue reading Interview with Charlotte Betts

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Interview with Poonam Mistry

I use a lot of different types of stationary for my illustrating and writing process. My go to ones are my mechanical pencils and a coloured highlighter. When I get given a project the first thing I do is highlight and annotate ideas around words or sentences that I think have good strong imagery. For… Continue reading Interview with Poonam Mistry

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Interview with Savita Kalhan

When I was growing up, I had three favourite sections in W H Smiths – the book section, where I could only look because I couldn’t afford to buy books, the stationery section and the racks of pens and pencils. There were so many choices. We had to write with ink pens at school, and… Continue reading Interview with Savita Kalhan

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Interview with Ally Sherrick

My pen of choice is a Uni-ball ‘eye’ (medium point; black ink). It’s a really smooth writer, just perfect for the creative phase when you’re busy composting ideas and coming up with mind-maps on characters, plot, settings and the like.  It’s also great for splurging early character sketches and initial chapter outlines. Like most writers… Continue reading Interview with Ally Sherrick