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Shirley Ann Parker
What Shall I Write? I don't know how to say it! That's been every one of us at one time or another. Finally, help has arrived in this updated second edition. You don't have to chase down your friends at nine o'clock at night to help you put something together before tomorrow morning's mail pickup.
Does panic set in when you need to pen an apology, make an awkward announcement, maybe send a Get Lost! note. Have you been trapped into accepting an assignment someone else cheerfully volunteered you for, and you absolutely don't want to do it? Ever wondered how to congratulate someone you secretly resented? Or how to wish someone well, even though their accident might just have been their own fault. Even in this age of e-mails, you still need the words! And they don't always spring to mind when needed. Whether English is your first language or not, the examples in this mostly lighthearted book will get you started. Obviously, you won't find every possible scenario represented. No one wants to plow through an encyclopedia, just to get help with a paragraph or two. But you can adapt the wording of many of the letters to suit your own situation if need be.
I must say I was very surprised to learn that I had been volunteered to chair the chapter fundraising committee for the coming fiscal year. While I am known as an enthusiastic supporter of Save Our Fields and Trees, it would have been courteous if the other members had first asked if I would be willing to take on this onerous extra duty.
This will inform you and the chapter that I must respectfully decline the nomination. I simply do not care for the type or weight of the responsibilities it would entail.
An unpretentious, delightful book that is interesting, informative & entertaining… Give What Shall I Write? to everyone you know who needs to write letters, it doesn’t matter whether via e-mail or paper. The letters will inspire you to compose something well written, effective & memorable!
Writer's Digest Judge
The art of letter writing is a dying one. It is nice to see someone carry on the tradition…. This book’s examples are concise and very easily adapted to fit any occasion.
The Writer's Room Magazine
...a remarkable book on how to write personal letters for all occasions. It also requires a sense of humor and is a 'must have' if you need a handbook in what to write, how to state it and what to remember to put in the letter.
Reviews for "What Shall I Write? Personal Letters for All Occasions"
|Reviewed by abdisalan guure
|Reviewed by breshawn russell
|this is the most thing that helped me write i just started this i want to read books and write my own paragraph if i could share it with some one it would be fun!i lived the story it helped me alot...|
|Reviewed by RAJU PR
|I want to write a personal letter to an elderly person who has been like a godfather to me and had great influence on my life|
|Reviewed by Mary Alvarado
|Reviewed by Stephanie Storey-Morant
|Sounds like a great idea! Keep writing.|
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