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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 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

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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 Menna van Praag

I’m the very grateful owner of a Mont Blanc fountain pen, bought by my husband for my 30th birthday. It cost a small fortune and every time I write with it I feel incredibly blessed. I’m also fiercely protective, since the Mont Blanc adapts to its owner’s hand and if anyone else writes with it… Continue reading Interview with Menna van Praag

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Interview with Stewart Ross

For hasty jottings when waking in the night or pulling into a lay-by with a sudden thought, it’s a plain Bic ballpoint. (The kind that ruins your best jacket when it leaks into the top pocket.) For formal letters, those of condolence or thank-yous to People of Importance, it’s out with the Sheaffer fountain pen… Continue reading Interview with Stewart Ross