Thursday, November 15, 2018

Dear... telling it like it is

Letters Never Meant to be Read Vol. III  (Marc D. Crepeaux, Rusty Wheels Media) is now LIVE on Amazon. My letter is included in this fantastic anthology. I started reading, and I could not put the book down. 

Consider contributing a letter of your own. The stories are diverse and include: Dear Me, To whom it may concern:, Dear Cookie Dough, Dear Jerk, Dear Counselor and so many more. These letters are relatable.

Here is the shortened link of the kindle version for your viewing pleasure:

And here is a shortened link to the paperback version:

Also, there are updated covers and interior for a 2nd edition re-release of Letters Never Meant to be Read Volumes I & II which can be found here:

If you're interested in getting a copy of one of these volumes, it supports other authors. And perhaps it will inspire you to pen a letter never meant to be read. 

Letters Never Project is always accepting submissions year round and can be submitted to:


Letters Volume IV contest is coming your way! 

This time, the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place contest winners will receive a copy of the final publication signed by Marc D. Crepeaux, as well as a signed copy of Vol. III. This is in addition to cash prizes.

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This video highlights just what Rusty Wheels Media is doing. We offer (in most cases) zero upfront costs to our authors. So you get published for FREE.

Newest additions to the Rusty Wheels Media library:

In the Mist of Fire by Nathalie Grabinski :

Contractual Obligations (released as a new Audible Version):

Stop That Wedding by Melissa Klein:


Connie said...

Congratulations on having your letter included in this anthology! How exciting! Thanks for sharing all the links to this project.

Val said...

Congrats, and thanks for the links!

Susan said...

You are a dynamo go-getter, Linda. Your perseverance is admirable. So happy your letter was included. Susan

Pat Wahler said...

Reading letters is fascinating. I especially love the ones from years ago, before telephones, emails, and texts existed. Seeing emotions on the page is truly a spellbinding look into a person's life.

Like the fabulous Lynn O., we need to write more letters!

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Congratulations! And thank you for the links. :)