Tag: fountain pen lovers

Brick & Mortar or online: what’s your poison?

Brick & Mortar store supporters advance five reasons in their support, still fountain pen lovers are increasingly buying online, why? Time, we went Click & Collect?   I am a compulsive pen, ink and stationery buyer. I buy fountain pens when I am happy. I buy fountain pens when I

 

Click Models L2 and 555 – collectors, are you listening?

Click Pens never ceases to amaze me. And I say this, after having been a user of Click fountain pens for close to four decades now. That in itself should be a cause for some kind of a celebration – some of my readers were not even born when my

 

Sudhir Kalyanikar wins the 2nd Inked Happiness Lifetime Achievement Award

Sudhir Kalyanikar honoured for his peerless contribution to the fraternity of Fountain Pen Lovers, for steering the FPAI to its leadership status! Two years. Today Inked Happiness is all of two. Thank You. It has been a tumultuous two years. It has been an arduous, but thoroughly enjoyable journey. It

 

Inked Happiness – a letter to the Editor

Inked Happiness turning three is a matter of great happiness, but don’t digress. Dear Suvobrata, I learn that your blog, Inked Happiness will be celebrating the second completed year of its being shortly. Congratulations! I will not belittle your passion for the fountain pen with the customary platitudes that letters