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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 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 Camilla Chester

I don’t have one particular favourite pen or pencil but there are definite types that I go for. I like those sort of scratchy bic biros and the plastic pencils that you push the lead out of. The finer the nib the better for me because my writing is really big. My choice of stationery… Continue reading Interview with Camilla Chester

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Interview with Sue Moorcroft

I’m not going to open my drawer and count how many notebooks I have. Let’s just agree that the drawer is full. My latest was given to me at the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature at the beginning of March. I went to the festival to teach a three-day fiction-writing course and be part of… Continue reading Interview with Sue Moorcroft