From Library Journal
Ever-popular Heatherley (Mourning Song, Fleming H. Revell, 1994. 2d ed.), the Ann Landers of evangelical Christianity, offers pearls of wisdom for a variety of occasions when words of comfort, joy, or healing may be difficult to find. Heatherley collects many of her own notes to friends and others as examples of the special words that might be appropriate for consoling those in pain and grief, offering apology and congratulations, and celebrating a joyous special occasion like a birthday or anniversary. In our fast-paced world where the impersonality of E-mail has replaced the intimacy of letter writing, Heatherley encourages us once again to take up the pen and write. For libraries where Heatherley's works are popular.
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“Of all the ways to communicate with another human being, it’s not writing the great American novel but rather the little, pristine gem called the handwritten note that touches our hearts the most.”–Joyce Landorf Heatherley
“A priceless help . . . the letters are simple, human, believable, and sure to meet everyone’s needs. This book is a remarkable achievement.”
–Marjorie Holmes, author of I’ve Got to Talk to Somebody, God
“Heatherley shows her genius in helping letter writers communicate exactly the right thing at the right time.”
–Charlie Shedd, author of Letters to Karen and Letters to Philip
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