Here's an extract from the blurb on the dust-jacket:
"The simple pleasure of picking up a pen and writing is a skill that has existed for thousands of years- but that skill is slowly dying. Where once we would have reached for a pen and paper to commit our innermost thoughts to a diary, to send a letter home or to slip a note to a loved one, instead we now stare at tiny screens, typing with our thumbs. And all that typing looks the same."
-Hensher, P, 2012, The Missing Ink- The Lost Art Of Handwriting (And Why It Still Matters) 1st Edn., Pan Macmillan, London.
Thanks for reading.