Whereas spoken words, texts, and emails are fleeting, a gratitude letter is tangible and long-lasting. It is world-changing to its recipient, it’s saved and savored every time it’s read, and it can even become a healing part of your family
legacy. Moved by her son’s thoughtful gesture, when the night before his marriage he presented his parents with a framed letter of appreciation, Lynette M. Smith established her Good Ways to Write product line in 2009.
She started initially by writing and publishing four wedding-themed tips booklets to help brides, grooms, and their parents write letters of appreciation to one another. She has since expanded the business and appeared on countless radio and
television shows, spreading her unique message of love. Her website is www.goodwaystowrite.com.