"We understand our lives, or try to, by the stories we tell."
--Charles Baxter (Burning Down the House: Essays on Fiction)
I went to pen heaven when I found this pen website:http://www.jetpens.com/Uniball Signo 207 seven is still my favorite and I stocked up on refills so I don't need to stock up on pens.
Of course you did!
As a fellow pen fiend, I loved this blog. My personal favorite is the Pilot G2 ... but I think I have some of all the pens you've mentioned.And you're right: The color cannot be red. I have an aversion to pages that look like they've been bled on.
What about moron pens?
"Moron" pens are what I've used to write all my queries. Just ask the shark.
Great interview, Janet. But the real burning question is: are they sending you a complimentary Union Jack pen for doing the interview? :)
Brilliant interview! I love colored pens! My husband thinks I'm nuts but I can't resist buying them. And I love to try new brands too. The worst day is when the perfect pen runs out of ink.
I'm such a sucker for purple pens. It's almost a signature thing for me. Metallic, plain, violet, lavender, if it's purple, it's me...
I loved the interview but Ah...your pink is low on ink.
@Colin, that's a great idea...we'll get some in the post to Janet soonest.TonyBTiger Pens Blog
Marty Feldman was right. "The pen is mightier than the sword and considerably easier to write with." I confess, I didn't think this would be as interesting as it was, but as a parent of teens, I took mental notes for school shopping.
You know I love it when you talk pens! Did you get those glitter Sharpees yet??? *glances accusingly at Sharkly Assistant*
sadly the glittery Sharpies are markers, not pens.
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