Here you will find selected letters you have written (earlier ones over the years are here), and a quick quiz.
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I received these letters recently, and thought you would enjoy them as much as I did…
From: Brian Woods
Sent: Saturday 10 May, 2003
Just to say thank you for the pleasure your books have given me over the years. The whole family are hooked. I particularly like the variety of subjects you have used – which results in all of us wanting to read all of them but each having a different favourite. Long may you continue with your writing.
With kind regards
From: Robert Schroeter
Sent: Sunday 11 May, 2003
Dear Mr Follett
Thanks for all the work. It seems a form of thievery for you to work that much and have me pay only five dollars for each of your books. A mass market remedies that I’m sure.
Thanks for the books and keep them coming. I am amazed every time I read your new books, but I must tell you that I enjoyed your ‘Pillars’ above and beyond the others. Is there any chance you may pick a topic similar to that of ‘Pillars’ soon? I’ve always been interested in the time frame of the middle ages. The making of the cathedral in your novel was entertaining and educational. If you did decide to write one, I personally will promise to buy two copies! :)
Thanks for all the entertainment.
From: Mike Lillard
Sent: Friday 16 May, 2003
Dear Mr Follet
I just wanted to drop a note to say thank you for your wonderful works. I’m a disabled guy who has been retired for many years. My long days trapped inside my house became an adventure once I discovered your books. I fill my days ‘living’ within your novels. I’m anxiously awaiting your latest work. From ‘Eye of the Needle’ to ‘A Place called Freedom’. I’ve lost myself in your novels. I even have copies of your earlier works such as ‘Paper Money’. Thanks for letting a house-bound guy experience so many adventures.
Mike Lillard, Belleview, FL, USA
I look forward to your letters. Please write to me via the Contact page, and do see earlier letters…
If you’ve read several of my books, you might enjoy matching the first line with the title, or guessing the working title