Win a Fantastic Moleskine Smart Writing System

Design what you love and share it in real time

Watch your ideas travel off the page and evolve on screen with the new generation Moleskine Paper Tablet, Pen+ and companion app. Enjoy the hands-on immediacy of putting pen to paper, teamed with all the advantages of digital creativity.

This fantastic smart writing system could be yours! To enter our giveaway simply do one of the following…

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Moleskine Smart Writing Set – Paper Tablet + Pen
Moleskine Plus

Ncoded technology allows the Pen+ to recognize where it is in the Paper Tablet and capture each pen stroke as you capture your thoughts. The app then smoothly transfers your freehand notes from page to screen in real time, giving you the possibility to digitize text, edit, organize, share and bring your ideas to life. Simply tap the envelope icon on the page to share instantly.

Part of the wider M+ Collection, the Smart Writing Set combines the tools you love to enable seamless creativity, wherever you are.

  • Features: Bluetooth Smart Pen (Re-fillable Ball Point) with Infra-red camera and 90MB of Memory (1000 pages of note taking), providing 5 hours of non-stop writing when fully charged.
  • Hardbacked paper notebook tablet featuring Ncoded technology with dotted layout, 176 pages of 100 g/m2 paper, elastic closure and expandable inner pocket.
  • To be used in conjunction with the Moleskine Notes app which can be downloaded for free from the App StoreTM or Google Play. Also compatible with Evernote
  • Supplied in presentation box including Pen+ Smart Pen, Paper Tablet notebook, USB charge cable, ink refill, user manual and History of Moleskine booklet.

You can buy your Smart Writing System HERE for £164.75 (RRP £199.00) + free UK delivery

This giveaway comes courtesy ofEnds midnight on November 21st when one winner will be picked at random

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Industrial Scars
The Hidden Costs of Consumption
By J. Henry Fair

‘Industrial Scars’ is the work of environmentalist and photographer, J Henry Fair, who brings our attention to the tragic effects created by the human impact on our planet.

Each of Fair’s striking images are accompanied by detailed explanations from award-winning science writer, Lewis Smith, who writes about the effects of rampant consumerism on our environment and describes the development of industries through time and across the world.

The foreword is written by leading environmentalist, Bill McKibben, of 350.org. Author information: J Henry Fair is an American photographer and environmental activist, based in New York. His work has been featured in most major publications, including ‘The New York Times’, ‘National Geographic’ and ‘Vanity Fair’.

You can buy your copy HERE for £17.49 (RRP £30.00) + free UK delivery

Wild India
By  Axel Gomille

India has one of the highest human populations on earth. Despite this population density, its enormous landmass plays host to a huge diversity of wildlife. Of the world’s 37 known species of wild cats, 14 are found in India – more than in any other country. There are about 350 species of mammals, 540 species of reptiles and 1200 species of birds breeding in India.

The geography of the Indian subcontinent ranges from the tropical coast of southern India to the northern snow-capped mountains of the Himalayas, and from Thar desert in the west, near the Pakistani border, to the rainforests in the northeast on the border to Myanmar. This variety of habitats has led to an extremely diverse flora and fauna.

But how does this diversity survive even today, when it has been lost in so many other places on Earth? The answer lies in the people and how they treat all creatures. Religion also continues to influence how people treat their environment and Hinduism as India’s prevalent religion teaches a respect for all forms of life. India is home to the world’s largest surviving populations of wild tigers and Indian rhinoceros. If the fate of these endangered species is to be decided somewhere, it will be in Wild India.

You can buy your copy HERE for £17.49 (RRP £30.00) + free UK delivery

Blue Ice
By Alex Bernasconi

Blue Ice is the new book from photographer Alex Bernasconi whose unique approach to wildlife photography has been honoured with multiple prestigious awards.

Bernasconi’s breathtaking panoramas reveal the spectacular beauty of the Antarctic landscape shaped by its extreme climate, while his wildlife portraits depict the surprising diversity of Species, highly adapted to the challenging conditions in which they live.

A foreword by the British glaciologist Professor Julian Dowdeswell, Director of the Scott Polar Research Institute, explains the dynamics of the geography and ice masses, and the effects of climate change, while Dr Peter Clarkson draws on his personal experiences as a member of the British Antarctic Survey in his introduction, which also recounts the challenges of working and living in one of the harshest environments on Earth.

Blue Ice provides a remarkable Visual record of an eco-system at risk, revealing the extraordinary, unexpected beauty of the Antarctic, the most remote and endangered place on Earth.

You can buy your copy HERE for £17.49 (RRP £30.00) + free UK delivery

*This giveaway comes courtesy of  Abrams Noterie and ends at midnight on November 20th when one winner will be picked at random*