“…In short, to write a good letter you must approach the job in the lightest and most casual way. You must be personal, not abstract. You must not say, “This is too small a thing to put down.” You must say, “This is just the sort of small thing we talk about at home. If I tell them this they will see me, as it were, they’ll hear my voice, they’ll know what I’m about.” That is the purpose of a letter….”
— AG Gardiner, On Letter Writing.

Letter from the Founder of DoubleSpeak Magazine

Dear readers, Thank you. And that could well be all what I had to say to you. But how much is the gratitude that I carry for you, perhaps, is not expressible through those two words – ‘thank you’. When we thought of bringing out this free online magazine, we never thought that we would […]

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