Love Letters for the Romantically Challenged!

Love Letters for the Romantically Challenged!

by Rhonda R Holmes


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Love Letters for the Romantically Challenged! interprets emotions with Class, Insight and Passion! They represent thoughts that deal with real issues in relationships. They are for anyone who may have difficulty expressing their feelings. They are for anyone who doesn't have time to write something personal. They are for someone who is ready to take a chance and expose how they really feel. These love letters are written in eight categories: Apology; End of Relationship; Fantasy of Love; Feelings of Love; Friendship; Missing You; Proposal and Reflection. They are written in three verses on one page.

Apology - Love letters for men and women who need to apologize for an action or deed that they did or did not do.

End of Relationship - Love letters for men and women who are ending their relationship; who may be on the verge of ending their relationship; or who may be trying to save their relationship.

Fantasy of Love - Love letters for men and women with a fantasy that they want to share with their lover and/or friend.

Feelings of Love - Love letters for men and women who are in love and want to express those feelings. These love letters are for old and new loves and cover a variety of situations involving feelings of love.

Friendship- Love letters for two people in a relationship, but who are not yet in love. However, at least one person in the relationship may wish to express sentiments that are emotional and personal. The word 'love' is never used in this category.

Missing You - Love letters for those who want to express how much they miss and want to be with their lover and/or friend.

Proposal - Love letters for those who want to be with a lover in a long lasting permanent relationship. These love letters do not outright ask the lover for their hand in marriage, but suggests a future together.

Reflection - is a category of thoughts that reflect the human experience from various perspectives.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780578191539
Publisher: Elovense
Publication date: 03/09/2005
Pages: 162
Product dimensions: 5.24(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.37(d)

About the Author

Rhonda always wanted to write greeting cards and remembers writing her own verses inside greeting cards she bought as a child. Later, wanting to become a hit songwriter, she called Local 802, the musician's union. Lenny Calderone answered and helped her find someone to write music to her six poems. After several calls, Lou Toby, a musical director agreed to a consultation. They met and he tore her work apart telling her that a song is like a composition. It has a beginning, a middle and an end. If she wasn't serious, she would never have gone back the following week with re-writes. They met weekly for two months and continued via snail mail for two years. He taught her how songs are structured and even though she didn't become a songwriter, his lessons were invaluable to her love letter writing years later.

Rhonda lives in NYC and has an MS Degree in Social Research from Hunter College.

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