If you ever wanted to write a book but, like me, never got the chance to put your thoughts down all in one place, then this might be just what you are after.
A very dear client of mine, Cary Grant, the author, is looking for participants to take part in his next book project … I never got the chance to tell you.
I Never got the Chance… The Idea
The idea behind this project is to get as many people involved as possible in order to put a book together of letters written from the heart.
I want this book to help people who have suffered a bereavement … the idea is that hopefully by reading some of these letters, they might realise that even though you do not get over a bereavement right away, it does eventually get easier over time. ~ Cary Grant
Your letter from the heart
This book will give you a chance to say to something to a love one from your heart.
Perhaps they have passed away and you didn’t get the chance tell them how much you still love them and want let them know how you are doing in life at the moment.
Some other letters you may wish to write about might include;
- any other suffering of some sort, perhaps illness
- absent father or mother while growing up
- someone who should of been in your life but for what ever reason is not
- apologise to someone
- a letter to your bully or to the bullied
- to thank someone
- to let someone know you are thinking of them
- a letter to mom, dad, sister, brother, loved one, or anyone else
- or even a title of your own choice
We are simply looking for letters from the heart in whatever form you chose. You can even create your own title and it can even be a happy one, which might make a good ending chapter.
All proceeds of this book after production costs will be going to Cary’s charity Children in Need.
If any celebrities come on board Cary will split the proceeds to a charity of their choice.
BBC Children in Need is the BBC’s UK charity. Since 1980 it has raised over £600 million to change the lives of disabled children and young people in the UK. Wikipedia
All you have to do is visit Cary’s I never got the chance to tell you letters page and fill in the form.
If you don’t want to do that then simply write the letter in word and email it as an attachment, or to me here at virtual precision. Whatever is easier for you.
You may use full names or simply first name and surname initials i.e. John B, or simply to mum, dad, aunt, uncle, or anon.
We have left the email address field optional, however if you do leave your email address, this will only be used to contact you to let you know if Cary has chosen your letter to be part of the publication.
We have a ZERO spam policy and your email will NOT be used for any other form of contact whatsoever.
By sending us your letters from the heart, you agree to be part of one of Cary’s next publications and grant us full permission to use your letter(s). You may submit as many letters as you wish.
Thank you for taking part, but please note that we reserve the right to edit your I never got the chance to tell you letter for any spelling and/or grammatical errors.
We look forward to reading your letters.