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Write a Letter: Put Pen to Paper and Put a Smile on the Face of a Stranger, a Friend or Yourself

Jodi Ann Bickley



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Penguin Books Ltd
29 October 2018
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There are more ways than ever to communicate with people. But none match the intimacy, care and fulfilment found in sending and receiving letters.

A letter can be the greatest gift. It's a keepsake, a captured memory, an heirloom. This book contains everything you need -- from the prompts to get you writing to the paper to write on -- to begin connecting with people in this slower, more personal way.

Say it with a letter. Spark up new conversations, reconnect with old friends, and discover the joy of correspondence.
By:   Jodi Ann Bickley
Imprint:   Penguin Books Ltd
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 210mm,  Width: 148mm,  Spine: 18mm
Weight:   337g
ISBN:   9780241984697
ISBN 10:   0241984696
Pages:   208
Publication Date:   29 October 2018
Audience:   College/higher education ,  General/trade ,  Children/juvenile ,  Primary ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Jodi Ann Bickley is an author, performer and a lady on a mission. She is founder of the One Million Lovely Letters project - after opening her inbox to anybody that needed a lift in 2013 she has been inundated with requests for letters and over the past four years she has written 4000 handwritten 'lovely' letters to people all over the planet going through times of struggle. Her debut book 'One Million Lovely Letters' went straight into the Sunday Times Bestseller List and has since been translated into many languages. She was recognised as a 'Point of Light' by Downing Street in 2015 and also made The Independent's 'Happy List'. She spoke at a TEDx in Birmingham about the project which has now been watched by 33,000 people and she was the subject of a BBC 1 documentary.

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