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Montegrappa Alchemist Sterling Silver Collection

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Montegrappa Alchemist There is something about Paulo Coelho's "The Alchemist" that makes me want to read the novel again and again. The book has become a source of inspiration for many. Every strong word mentioned in the novel lets us see the world with optimism and tell us everything is possible until we really want it to happen. The purpose of the new Montegrappa Alchemist edition is somewhat the same!!! The pen is designed with a keen appreciation for the artist's thoughts and is inherited with vivid symbols and meanings illustrated in the renowned novel. In short, we can say...

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Pen Trivia: Rollerball Pens

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Of course, choosing your pen is a personal preference, a subjective experience. Although rollerballs are the newest entry into the world of fine writing, with fountain pens and ballpoints paving the way, they gain more in popularity each year. Rollerball pens were introduced in 1963 by Ohto Japan who were at the time known as Auto Japan. There are two main types of roller ball pens: liquid ink pens and gel ink pens. The first type uses an ink and ink supply system similar to a fountain pen and they are designed to combine the convenience of a ballpoint pen...

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Music, Inspiration and Writing

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Listening to music, while writing, has always provided an inspired backdrop. Writing with a musical related fine writing instrument will also motivate one to pen creative works.Four young lads from Liverpool set the music world on its ear starting in the sixties. Their influence and collectability of all things Beatles related merchandise still stands strong to this day, over fifty years later. For the true Beatles fan Acme offers an array of wonderful choices of roller balls depicting the Fab Four from various periods of their esteemed career. The Beatles http://www.penboutique.com/p-13950-acme-the-beatles-1963-rollerball-pen.aspxhttp://www.penboutique.com/p-14009-acme-the-beatles-1965-rollerball-pen.aspxhttp://www.penboutique.com/p-14008-acme-the-beatles-1966-rollerball-pen.aspxhttp://www.penboutique.com/p-14007-acme-the-beatles-1967-rollerball-pen.aspxhttp://www.penboutique.com/p-14006-acme-the-beatles-1968-rollerball-pen.aspxhttp://www.penboutique.com/p-14004-acme-the-beatles-1969-rollerball-pen.aspxhttp://www.penboutique.com/p-8088-acme-rod-dyer-beatles-pen-with-interchangeable-rollerball-fountain-pen-set.aspxPink Floyd’s masterpiece “Dark Side of the Moon” had mammoth...

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The Urgency of a Handwriting Comeback

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Happy National Handwriting Day A look at the open diary in front of me (which belongs to me) and the notebook that is carelessly tossed a meter away (which belongs to my colleague), and there is little doubt in my head about the dire need of a national handwriting day, every day of the year. We have that bad handwriting. The hypocrite that I am blames technology. With the advent of computers and mobile phones, we are habitual of typing instant text messages and send it in a jiffy. What is the use of laboring over handwriting anyways when there...

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Montblanc Mark Twain

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This is a long pending tribute to the “Father of American Literature” (By the way did you know Mark Twain was given this title by William Faulkner, who has a writer edition dedicated to him by Mont Blanc). MontBlanc brings out writers edition pens every year and after the hit of last year with Thomas Mann , MontBlanc is ready to release Mark Twain Limited Edition.When I knew about Writers Edition pens from MontBlanc ,the first question I asked my sister (my sister is the most knowledgeable pen person in the entire world) was “Hey I want the Mark Twain...

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