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Just out of necessity or to practice my writing at this point.
I don’t write out of pleasure though I am doing an English course so write a lot for that,
A bit of both x
MOSTLY WHEN I HAVE TO NOWDAYS
I write lots s a uni student, ever for pleasure
A little bit of both. Although no literary works coming out of me.
I write as often as possible – notes, stories, letters, postcards etc I love hand writing things x
These days I write for my study!
I write for pleasure, absolutely. Maybe the next great Canadian novel….. 🙂
I like writting although the fast pace I need to use at work has really damaged my calligraphy.
Exams all the way… Wish I had time to write for pleasure.
jotting down notes, writing birthday cards, christmas cards etc,
I have been known to write for pleasure, but on a wordprocessor… With a pen, only out of necessity.
I like to write occasionally– I love plotting but getting the words out can be very difficult and frustrating!
I write lists, in a variety of journals and at work. Plus I study Calligraphy & Illuminated Lettering at college
I write because I love using all my fancy pens!
I write for both, but I wish I was as good as Rowling!
Just out of necessity really 🙂
Necessity and boredom, I am forever doodling
i write for business, although one day i would love to write a book
For pleasure, mostly doing puzzles
I write out of pleasure, fortunately! .. Though I suppose drafting blog posts on paper counts as necessity..
I write to improve my writing. I take notes. Sometimes I scribble.
For both. But no future Harry Potters coming from me. Not my style.
I write for both!
I write for both necessity and pleasure!
I love to write, but I also have a publishing contract, so I have to write to fulfill my obligation.
I write just for my own enjoyment.
I love writing for art, but not for story telling.
for pleasure and work.
I love writing – my work is writing but it is a pleasure to do it
I write mostly for fun. Not that I’m good a it……
I love writing cards to people – so pleasure
I’ve always written , since a small child, recently had a couple of letters published to spurn me on
I used to write but it’s not there at the moment.
Both! I also love writing lists, I have a list for everything 🙂
I write as part of my job and I’ve always written.
Mostly necessity, although I do find it quite therapeutic, on occasion!!
I used to write for both but lately the writing for pleasure has slipped – want to get back to it though.
Hazel Rea – @beachrambler
I write for pleasure, but I also transpose a lot of music onto manuscript paper and a good pen is essential for this.
l write for pleasure and l take pride in my handwriting
I write for necessity, but I use good pens for pleasure.
l write for pleasure
I write for business and pleasure
I write for work mostly
I mainly write myself reminders.
Both – depending on whether the children are awake or asleep…!
Unfortunately I rarely seem to write anything these days, mostly lists at work
I just write for necessity and occasionally for pleasure when I have time.
Just for necessity
I write because of uni. work but do enjoy writing and have gone against the grain and not use electronic devices (no iPad e.t.c., only phone)
More out of necessity sadly
Just out of necessity
I write for pleasure.
I write for pleasure
I write to blog
I rarely write for pleasure,it depends on if the mood takes me.I always have a pen with me though.
I write for pleasure
Normally out of necessity but occasionally for pleasure.
I write for pleasure, it helps me to relax
For pleasure 🙂
I use fountain pens to bring pleasure to all my writing– business or personal! @ink2pen
Fingers crossed. Nothing like the feeling of writing with a nice fountain pen
Love it. Keep it up.
i write with a pen out of necessity, however a hand written letter is a lot more personal and friendly than any electronic email so pen writing is for those special people in my life and special occasions.
Out of necessity, in work, but I love to read and admire those that can write and entertain.
I write for pleasure. I love the feel and smell of the paper and pens too much to ever give them up.
I write for pleasure – even when my writing is for work (which is most of the time!), I try to use pens that MAKE it a pleasure… Not much of a fiction writer, though – I leave that to my older kids!
I write creatively for the joy of expressing myself. I love a beautiful pen that slides across the page
I write out of necessity in school and for fun at home as well