You and your guests are enthusiastically invited to join us on Monday evening, August 27, anytime between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., to help celebrate the official launch of my exciting new book, How to Write Heartfelt Letters to Treasure, a comprehensive reference book that will help you and those near and dear to you who would like to write heartfelt letters that will be treasured always.
The event will be held in Yoga Studio A at one of my favorite places, Soul at Home: A Marketplace for Living, 17612 East 17th Street, Tustin, California 92780 (Phone 714-573-7685). To get there, exit the 55 Freeway at 17th Street (the first exit north of the Interstate 5 interchange) and travel east, towards Tustin, for just a couple of blocks; the store will be on your right in a small shopping center. (If you reach Prospect, you’ve gone too far.) Light, healthy snacks and sparkling cider will be served.
And Remember the Big, Achievable Goal
How to Write Heartfelt Letters to Treasure has a big, achievable goal: to get millions of people worldwide focused on love and gratitude. One way is for people to start writing heartfelt letters of appreciation to their friends, loved ones, and business associates. With the unique tools found in this book, letter writers need supply only pen, paper, and heart.
A limited number of books will be available that night for only $20 (I’ll pay the rest of your sales tax that evening), and I’ll be happy to inscribe them for you upon request! From time to time during the party, I’ll be sharing a few words with all of you about the joy of this book-writing journey and where it seems to be heading. This is an evening to express appreciation to you and my other supporters along the way, so come on by for your free “heartfelt hug” too!
The treasured letters you write can help establish, enhance, or even rebuild your personal and professional relationships.
The Books Make Great Gifts!
They’re ideal for birthdays, end-of-year gift giving, or “just because.” In fact, when you give this book, you’ll show your recipients that “the lost art of writing” has been rediscovered – wonderful news indeed! Even Peggy Post, co-author of the 18th edition of Emily Post’s Etiquette and director of The Emily Post Institute, has endorsed this book!
Want More Details?
To see the wealth of information available in How to Write Heartfelt Letters to Treasure, Click here for a PDF containing a brief description, extensive table of contents, and foreword by Peggy Post.
Cash or checks are welcome. (Sorry, no credit or debit cards.) Checks may be made payable to All My Best.
A Couple More Things:
1. Please forward this email right away to anyone you think would also like to attend; they will be made most welcome, and you will have helped the book meet its “Big, Achievable Goal.”
2. Reminder: Do you have a positive story to tell about your own experience in sending or receiving a heartfelt letter of appreciation? Please share it with me via email (Lynette@GoodWaysToWrite.com), for possible inclusion on the “Heartfelt Stories” page of my book’s website, www.GoodWaysToWrite.com, and perhaps other publicity, presentations, and interviews that encourage people to write heartfelt letters. (At the same time, please tell me whether you want your name to appear as “Anonymous,” your full name, or both initials.) When you send me your story, I’ll send you a great big, virtual hug!
Thanks in advance for your support!