Letters of Note turns 2 today.
Before you tear open that packet of celebratory scotch eggs, let me first thank you all for revisiting the website as much as you have. Had it not been for the positive reaction I've witnessed since its inception, particularly the lovely responses I received following Commentgate, I have a feeling I may have stopped what is a very time-consuming project a long time ago. So, heartfelt thanks for your support.
Unfortunately there will be no new letter today as I have a very busy, very exciting day ahead that happens to relate to Letters of Note, the details of which will become clear over the coming weeks. That said, I will no doubt be active on Twitter during the day, so grab a seat and listen to me waffle. A new letter will surface on Monday, but in the meantime I suggest either diving into the archives or visiting Letterheady, my other site, to enjoy numerous examples of notable stationery. It's more interesting than it sounds.
Finally, I'm always on the lookout for letters, so keep your eyes open and get in touch by email should you see something of note. Also remember — and this is probably the most important thing I've ever said — that you can support Letters of Note by way of a financial donation. Throw money at me via PayPal. Thank you in advance, and bear in mind that every penny will be spent frivolously.
Friday, 9 September 2011
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