If you want a business card that you can write on, then a card stock that is smooth and uncoated on at least one side is your best option. A gloss stock (or coated paper such as aqueous or UV) is difficult to write on with a pen or pencil.
Some Macon Printing customers have their business cards printed on a C1S stock. That stock is coated on one side only, and the back is uncoated. This allows them to write on the uncoated side and still have a glossy front for their information.
A glossy paper can be written on with a pen or a sharpie but the ink has a good chance of smearing. Stop by today and see various business card options and ask us about what best would suit you and your small business.