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  • Gina Shillitani

    Just out of necessity or to practice my writing at this point.

  • Suzanne Cooke

    I don’t write out of pleasure though I am doing an English course so write a lot for that,

  • Janine Phillips

    A bit of both x

  • Kay Panayi


  • Lenmana24

    I write lots s a uni student, ever for pleasure

  • Karla Fernandez

    A little bit of both. Although no literary works coming out of me.

  • Gill


  • Melanie C

    I write as often as possible – notes, stories, letters, postcards etc I love hand writing things x

  • Steven

    These days I write for my study!

  • Heather

    I write for pleasure, absolutely. Maybe the next great Canadian novel….. 🙂

  • ilir

    I like writting although the fast pace I need to use at work has really damaged my calligraphy.

  • Louise

    Exams all the way… Wish I had time to write for pleasure.

  • Janet Bennett

    jotting down notes, writing birthday cards, christmas cards etc,

  • Andrew Halliwell

    I have been known to write for pleasure, but on a wordprocessor… With a pen, only out of necessity.

  • sakurasake

    I like to write occasionally– I love plotting but getting the words out can be very difficult and frustrating!

  • Karen

    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!

  • shea wong

    I write for both, but I wish I was as good as Rowling!

  • Fiona R

    Just out of necessity really 🙂

  • TurquoiseMonday

    Necessity and boredom, I am forever doodling

  • Tamalyn Roberts

    i write for business, although one day i would love to write a book

  • Jayne K

    For pleasure, mostly doing puzzles

  • I write out of pleasure, fortunately! .. Though I suppose drafting blog posts on paper counts as necessity..

  • rdcalhoon

    I write to improve my writing. I take notes. Sometimes I scribble.

  • poshpink

    for pleasure

  • indiecognition

    For both. But no future Harry Potters coming from me. Not my style.

  • AJ F

    I write for both!

  • Marushka

    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.

  • HaloCure

    I write just for my own enjoyment.

  • Kysha Jennings Plante

    I love writing for art, but not for story telling.

  • James K

    I write
    for pleasure and work.

  • Jane Willis

    I love writing – my work is writing but it is a pleasure to do it

  • Sensitivemuse

    I write mostly for fun. Not that I’m good a it……

  • Juliette

    I love writing cards to people – so pleasure

  • Christine Shelley

    I’ve always written , since a small child, recently had a couple of letters published to spurn me on

  • Tracey Peach

    I used to write but it’s not there at the moment.

  • Jennifer Rhymer

    Both! I also love writing lists, I have a list for everything 🙂

  • Katie Kingsbury

    I write as part of my job and I’ve always written.

  • Sara Goodman

    Mostly necessity, although I do find it quite therapeutic, on occasion!!

  • haxell

    I used to write for both but lately the writing for pleasure has slipped – want to get back to it though.

    Hazel Rea – @beachrambler

  • Louise

    For pleasure.

  • Julie B

    I write for pleasure, but I also transpose a lot of music onto manuscript paper and a good pen is essential for this.

  • chris2468

    l write for pleasure and l take pride in my handwriting

  • RFong

    I write for necessity, but I use good pens for pleasure.

  • Ian B

    l write for pleasure

  • Dave Marler

    I write for business and pleasure

  • Mike Gerrie

    I write for work mostly

  • Amanda

    I mainly write myself reminders.

  • Lucy M

    Both – depending on whether the children are awake or asleep…!

  • Julia Nicholls

    Unfortunately I rarely seem to write anything these days, mostly lists at work

  • Sandra Clarke

    I just write for necessity and occasionally for pleasure when I have time.

  • Simon Collinge

    Just for necessity

  • Sebastian

    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)

  • David Mitchell

    More out of necessity sadly

  • Christine Caple

    Just out of necessity

  • Nate

    I write for pleasure.

  • Gillian Holmes

    I read


    I write for pleasure

  • I write to blog

  • melanie stirling

    I rarely write for pleasure,it depends on if the mood takes me.I always have a pen with me though.

  • Sheri Darby

    I write for pleasure

  • Leanne B

    Normally out of necessity but occasionally for pleasure.

  • Lisa Hall

    I write for pleasure, it helps me to relax

  • Helen G

    For pleasure 🙂

  • bonnie jean woolger

    ever hopeful

  • Janet Salmons

    I use fountain pens to bring pleasure to all my writing– business or personal! @ink2pen

  • Katie

    Fingers crossed. Nothing like the feeling of writing with a nice fountain pen

  • Lance Green

    Love it. Keep it up.

  • Stewart Miller

    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.

  • Jen Shearer

    Out of necessity, in work, but I love to read and admire those that can write and entertain.

  • Jennifer Hall

    I write for pleasure. I love the feel and smell of the paper and pens too much to ever give them up.

  • Gordon

    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!

  • elfinmyst

    I write creatively for the joy of expressing myself. I love a beautiful pen that slides across the page

  • Joel Wong

    I write out of necessity in school and for fun at home as well