The power of a simple letter

Who doesn’t love to receive a hand written letter, and even more so when it’s sent through the post? Well this week for my turn on the Yorkshire Writers Lunch Blog, my piece is all about just that.

I’ve recently got involved with a really lovely project – Give a Few Words, and if you are a writer yourself or even if you just like making a difference to someone’s day, I urge you to take a look, because you can use your love of writing in a really powerful way.

But for now, I’d love you to read my piece as I get ready to write my first letter for the project:

Dear Imaginary Friend – by Juliet Thomas

I hope you like and I’ll be back next week with another creative Blog post and you can always catch up with me regularly over on Instagram – @thecuriouscreativeclub or @soothedbynature, if you are a nature geek like me.

Have a fab rest of the week, not long now to the next restriction lift! :-), I’m starting to get excited…

Until next time…

Juliet, The Curious Creative x

3 Comments on “The power of a simple letter

  1. Hi Juliet
    I have been following your newsletter posts since April 2020. I live on the I.OW.
    I just wanted to say thank you so much for keeping my inbox such an incredibly upbeat space.
    I really enjoy the good read and lovely content that your newsletter brings. On the week of reflection Thank you.

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    • Hi Julie, thank you so much for taking the time to comment, this means the world to me, and you’re right, keeping ourselves surrounded by positivity during this time is so important, thanks again, this has made my day 😀❤️

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