How to Write From the Heart for Any OccasionBook - 2003
Do you dread writing notes to say "Thank you," "I'm sorry," or "Congratulations"? When's the last time you sent a handwritten letter to a faraway friend, just to catch up? What should you write to a grieving friend or colleague? As our lives get busier and faster-paced, the old-fashioned art of personal correspondence is becoming sadly lost. In this upbeat, wise and witty guide, journalist and lifestyle expert Sandra Lamb offers advice, inspiration, and examples for anyone who wants to add flair, voice, and plain old fun to their letters and notes-as well as anyone who wants to know the etiquette of when and what to write. Covers thank yous, congratulations, engagements and weddings, birthdays and anniversaries, births and adoptions, appreciation, love notes, illness and accidents, divorce, condolence, regrets, apologies, and forgiveness.--From publisher description.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2003
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: Home 395.4 Lam
Alternative Title: How to write from the heart for any occasion