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Really enjoying your posts!!!Learning a lot from them 🙂
Thanks – but your stories about village life are so vivid – the must-read of the A-Z Challenge as far as I am conerned
Daddy Long Legs was one of my favorite books as a kid. It is a great example of an epistolary novel.
Me too! Wonderful romance
thought had commented but probably didn’t press the right button, but yes do write letters …by the yard… but more often emails these days to special friends – and they ‘blather’ back, as my friend Karen in the north puts it.
Sometimes good to write a letter to someone who causes one grief and not send it! At other times an idea for a poem might emerge from unexpected thoughts in a letter… if unlike me… one pauses for breath to find it. Great posts Annx
Oh, there’s an idea….a short story about the letters not sent….
Before I started blogging I used email to tell my funny stories to family and friends. That’s almost like letter writing, right?
Isn’t that what writers used to do? Correspondence circles with like minded people….
I still write letters 🙂
My WIP has letters in it….I love that structure.
Fascinating informative post Bridget, thank you 🙂