Personal Notes by Sandra E. Lamb
How to Write from the Heart for Any Occasion

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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? How do you let friends know you're getting a divorce?



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 a wealth of 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. Using colorful examples and practical advice, the book 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.



This delightful, indispensable guide helps us rediscover the joy of connecting with others through the simple act of putting pen to paper.


 

About Sandra E. Lamb

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Sandra E. Lamb is the award-winning author of How to Write It: A Complete Guide to Everything You’ll Ever Write. A former columnist for The Denver Post and The Rocky Mountain News, she has written relationship/psychology articles for national women’s magazines such as Family Circle and Woman’s Day. She lives in Denver, Colorado.
 
Published April 1, 2007 by St. Martin's Press. 256 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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Lamb, who previously offered guidance in How to Write It: A Complete Guide to Everything You'll Ever Write, now addresses a particular gap in many people's writing capabilities: the social note required for so many life passages and important occasions.

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