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Power of the pen. This book is dedicated to what is becoming the lost art of letterwriting. It takes you inside the the pen palling world, answers questions that pen pallers have, there are letters from fellow pen paller (snail mailers) through out the world they write about their thoughts, feelings, experiences and adventures that they have had on the inky trail of life. ...more
Paperback, 116 pages
Published September 1st 2004 by Lulu.com
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