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We write letters to express what we struggle to say aloud. We put pen to paper to voice the secret sides of ourselves, and often, the letters don't need to be sent to set us free. Through guided prompts and interactive questions, The Secret Letters Project offers a safe space for writers to explore relationships, deal with difficult situations, and embrace the joy around t ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published August 1st 2017 by Sourcebooks
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I bought this bought and took part in a widely shared Social Media Project to write secret letters to be left to be found by strangers. A gift, a boost, an act of fellowship in this fast passed world we live in. I really enjoyed the month the project online lasted for, although, at first it felt awkward writing to a stranger Juliet explained really well why this was and that this would ease.

The book itself is in chapters related to writing letters to certain people, even including the letters y
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Juliet Madison is a naturopath-turned-author of fiction and self-help, and a colouring book artist. She likes to combine her love of words, art, and inspiration to create books that entertain and empower readers to love, laugh, and live.
She enjoys putting her characters into extraordinary situations and taking them on a challenging journey to discover their true passion and inner strength, weavin
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