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Enchanted Letter offers fully personalized Letters from Santa, the
Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, and the Christmas Angel.
It's been a crazy year, with a move and lots of changes in my personal life, so for now, at least, the fully personalized letters via postal mail have given way to "instant" download PDF letters for purchase, over at my Lulu Storefront.
Santa and Angel letters are up at my Lulu storefront, and on the blog you'll find the the Christmas printables! (And one for Hanukkah, too.)
Congratulations to Kathy, who won the Countdown to Christmas contest. Thanks to all who entered. Didn't win? Grab my FREE ebook of classic holiday stories for year-round (includes a few for Christmas), Enchanted Holiday Stories for Children of All Ages, over at my Lulu Storefront. (It's on page 2. There's also a free e-coloring book for holidays year-round.)
If you prefer to write your own letters, my books are there too, as well as at Amazon. The newly revised, third edition, of Everything You Need to Know to Start a Santa Letter Writing Business is now up on Lulu and Amazon, with a new cover!
A portion of profits is used to pack shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child, over at Samaritan's Purse. This is my pet project. I get so much joy from putting together the shoeboxes, which every Christmas go to kids all around the world. View this year's shoebox pics here.
And here's a sampling of the letters up on my Lulu storefront.
TOOTH FAIRY LETTERS
EASTER BUNNY LETTERS
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L. Turello earned her Master's degree in English Lit. In addition to
writing fully personalized letters as owner of An Enchanted Letter TM, she is a freelance writer, and is pursuing a career writing mainstream, romance, and children's novels.
COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS CONTEST
Found this great idea on another blog, Mary Hunt's Everyday Cheapskate,
about starting a new tradition for Christmas, counting down with a book
a day. They don't have to be new, just wrapped nicely for the surprise
element. I love the idea not only of dragging out the holidays, but
doing it thriftily. She suggests searching thrift stores, yard sales,
Maybe there isn't enough time to collect 24 books this year, but this
could be a wonderful year-round hunt. (Yes, I'm the type to be on the
lookout for gifts all year long--on sale, of course.) And as an English
major, I'm all for encouraging reading!
Here's the link to the Everyday Cheapskate blog post. And I highly recommend subscribing to her newsletter. It's free.
I loved the idea so much I decided to run a contest. Twenty-four Christmas books, for the entire family.
Here's a list of the titles:
The Christmas Rose
The Santa Snatcher (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
Santa's Snow Cat
A House Full of Christmas
Just in Time for Christmas
Father Fox's Christmas Rhymes
Teddy's Christmas Cutout
Travels With Santa (sticker book)
Snow Angel (ornament book)
The Gift of the Magi
A Christmas Story For You
2 Coloring/Activity books
1 Coloring/Activity pad
Little Christmas sticker activity book
Of Christmas Memories
The Tiny Christmas Elf
12 Dogs of Christmas
Santa Claus Postcards
Anne of Green Gables (I did find a mention of Christmas in there!)
Little Women (yup, a mention of Christmas!)
and a copy of
Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Resolution (I have an essay in there!)
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