How do you explain this? In today’s world of hi-tech, you can jot down notes on a smartphone. Or even dictate your thoughts to ’Siri’ and her other audio siblings. Honestly, you don’t need paper. Then, how come the pen still finds a place in your pocket? Is it because there’s something really personal about scribbling in one’s own handwriting. Does writing with a pen induce a sense of calm in a world of purposeful chaos? Whatever the reason, one thing we know for sure. People are buying pens, and more than ever. A pleasant surprise, don’t you think? The numbers tell a story: In the last six months, we’ve sold over forty thousand pens!
And yes, no matter how digital we get, the contentment of putting words on paper with your pen bleeding your emotions out is beyond words. And that's why pens are forever. And to keep up the love for pens, William Penn is here with yet another month with a new pen series rising in the Hall of Fame.