A Letter from a Reader
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Written by
Loraine Despres
February 2010
Contributor
Written by
Loraine Despres
February 2010
As an author I often hear from my readers and I always welcome their thoughts. But rarely do I get an email that moved me as much as this one. Ms Zeboor gave me permission to share this with you and use her name:

Dear Ms. Despres,
I wanted to tell you how much of an impact your book, "the Scandalous Summer of Sissy LeBlanc", has had on me. I have moved 7-8 times in the past year or two. I have been to nice places, and gotten a chance to see new things, but I have also been to the rougher side of the tracks by living in my car and being homeless. But one thing that stayed constant in my chaotic life is this, your words. I have reread sissy so many times my copy is tattered and yellowed, the pages are softening like paper does when its touched a million times. Next week monday is my birthday, and I was wondering if I could mail you my book to sign? It would mean so much to me, and from one southern belle to another, that your book kept reminding me of the good days down south were everything slows down enough for you to enjoy summer and get yourself into a bit of trouble.
If you cant do this, i completely understand. You must be a very busy woman, but I had to try! Thank you so much for your time and I hope that the three books you wrote (of course I have them!) wont be the last! :)
Sincerely,
Heather "Scout" Zeboor
" We shall not cease Exploration, At the end of all our exploring, Will be to arrive at where we started...And know it for the very first time.."
T.S. Elliot

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Comments
  • Loraine Despres

    Yes, those words really touched me and it's so nice to know someone out there is reading my blog. Thanks!

  • Patty Kay Mooney

    That's a keeper!

  • Irma Gonzalez

    Hmm. That is nice. And inf act Awesome... that words can keep the sides of a person's seams from fraying and falling apart...I just love font and the power of words. Thanks for sharing.