Love Letters & A Trilogy Giveaway
When my father passed away a few years ago we found a small, innocuous box at the very back of his closet. Inside were all the love letters he had mailed to our mother during his time in the Canadian navy, before they were married.
My father was a gruff man, not given to praise or signs of affection. So finding these letters, full of love and sweet words for our mother, was such a treasure.
I recently asked my newsletter subscribers to share their stories of saved love letters and received so many heart warming, funny, and sad stories. I really do hope that email and text messages don’t signal the end of the old-fashioned love letter for our future generations.
Love letters feature large in my new release Letters From Grace. In this book (based on a premise from my older novel, Jessie’s Father, which is no longer in print) a daughter finds a stash of love letters from her widowed father’s high school sweetheart and sets out to match-make. I’m so pleased with early reviews from Publishers Weekly and readers. I hope you will add this book to your TBR pile!
For your chance to win the complete Shannon Sisters trilogy in paperback format (autographed of course!), please tell me whether you have saved any love letters?
Giveaway will be open until 9/30/21. Open in the US & Canada only.
USA Today Bestselling author C. J. Carmichael has written over 45 novels in her favorite genres of romance and mystery. She has been nominated twice for the Romance Writers of America RITA Award, as well as RT Bookclub’s Career Achievement in Romantic Suspense award, and the Bookseller’s Best honor.
She gave up the thrills of income tax forms and double entry book-keeping in 1998 when she sold her first book to Harlequin Superromance. Since then she has published over 35 novels with Harlequin and is currently working on a series of western romances with Tule Publishing. In addition C. J. Carmichael has published several cozy mystery series as an Indie author.
When not writing C. J. enjoys family time with her grown daughters and her husband. Family dinners are great. Even better are the times they spend hiking in the Rocky Mountains around their home in Calgary, and relaxing at their cottage on Flathead Lake, Montana.
No never received any
Not intentionally, but my husband and I have happened onto a few old notes or cards and held them out to the other and said something like, “Yeah, still.” It’s always a nice surprise.
i have a few love letters. but i have more letters saved from my Mom, my Dad, and my oldest son when he was in the Air Force.
This is such a great book. I tossed all the love letters when I split up with my ex. I do save cards, but they don’t contain anything special, just a “to” and “from”.
I have all of the cards my husband has given me since we were dating. 31 years of cards, total.
I have every card and letter my husband has given me over the past 42 years.
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I have all the letters my husband wrote me. And two letters from boys in high school.
I have some but threw away most after my ex-boyfriend dropped me, once again. My hubby knows all about those letters.