Lillian's Blog

February 7, 2011

The Pens And The Writer

Filed under: Uncategorized — register1 @ 2:13 am

Ever go into a bookstore, an art store, or even a supermarket to find pens. There are all kinds of pens for writers. There are pens that have designs, plain inks and colorful inks, and different shapes and dimension. Pens are either in packs or individual with a price that can range from one dollar to twenty dollar. Sure, some pens can be pricey, but why are they? Why are they getting more unique than ever before? In my opinion, pens are like shoes and cars. In my opinion, many writers, such as myself, spend a little time finding the “the right pen” before
purchasing it. Of course, just like shoes and cars are material objects, pens are too, but the kind of pen a writer buys represent a unique style about them, and/or a style in their writing. There’s a broad range of writers: fiction, non-fiction, poets, resume writers, contributors to magazines, journalist, copywriters, and the list goes on. I do believe that some companies make a variety of pens, because they want the writer to enjoy the design and the smooth flow of the pen’s ink, while enjoying writing at the same time. There is no one type of pen for
one type of writing. I do think that there are hundreds of pens created; there is the right pen for the writer that feels it is unique to them. Shopping for pens is not boring for many writers. We are creative and so are our pens.


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