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To my beloved author,
It was Tuesdays with Morrie, that made me an avid fan, I didn’t know that you will write a story about Frankie. So yes, I am not excited to know #frankiepresto.
It was August 2014 when I read The First Phone Call from Heaven, so no, I’m not excited for #frankiepresto.
It was more than a year when I last read your words, Mitch. But no, I’m not excited for #frankiepresto.
It was July 2015 when I learned that a new book is coming, but still, I’m not excited for #frankiepresto.
I went twice in National Bookstore to ask for a pre-order, but that doesn’t mean I was excited to read #frankiepresto.
Just yesterday, I hurriedly went straight to the bookstore after office. Still, that doesn’t mean I’m excited for #frankiepresto.
A wide smile painted itself, as I see a lot of The Magic Strings copies displayed on book stand. Nope, that doesn’t mean I’m excited for #frankiepresto.
Finally, I have #frankiepresto. I am not excited for your new story, Mitch.
Because ‘excited’ is actually an understatement.
I am Rosema from the Philippines. And #IamPresto.
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In response to Writing 101:
Some might say a post in the form of a letter is trite and overdone. But with the right approach and tone, a letter can tell a great story and get your message across (and it doesn’t have to be negative or bring shame upon another).