Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Write Stuff Sales

While doing some online shopping I noticed some deals I thought I'd pass along:

Levenger is offering a 15% discount on orders over $100.00 -- use code SPRING15 at checkout. Among some of the nicer things currently in the outlet is Levenger's original Scheherezade storytelling tile game for $14.95 and a True Writer fountain pen in a gorgeous multi-toned violet for $44.95 (I've always wanted to try out a True Writer so I ordered this one as my reward for finishing the novel. Will report more on it once I give it a test drive.)

Office Depot has a bunch of office supplies on sale this week, including two computer work stations under $50.00, a wireless keyboard and mouse combo under $30.00 and several plastic lidded file storage bins under $10.00. I'm going to drop in at my local brick and mortar OD to have a look at the wireless keyboard combo as I've just about burned out my current plug-ins.

Writer's Bloc has some neat Star Wars-themed Moleskin journals, Sakura gel pens and plenty of Clairefontaine notebooks nicely discounted in their Sale section. I love the little Clairefontaine notebooks and notepads; the paper is a nice weight and the cover and margin art is interesting and fun without being too cutesy or juvenile.

Have you noticed any good deals on writing stuff anywhere? Share the wealth in comments.

3 comments:

  1. I'm reading a Megan Hart book, Switch, right now, and the main character has an obsession with papers and pens and notebooks. Every time she starts indulges in her fetish, it makes me laugh, because I think of you. (It seems you must have SO many notebooks and pens...)

    That said, I wish the shop she habitually haunts for new treasures existed - and it was close enough for me to indulge.

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  2. Thanks for the tip on wireless keyboard and mouse at office depot, my hp set is really frustrating me

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  3. Did you know that Levenger has an outlet on eBay? You can get great prices on things and they're direct from Levenger. And they're even less that the site outlet.

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