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: Carol Newstead
Sent: Friday 3 February, 2006
I hope this finds you well and I grow impatient while waiting for your next book. I am up to date as I have read ‘Whiteout’ and I as one of your most devoted ‘fans’ always have a difficult time in waiting for your next work.
Would you ever consider doing another one something along the lines of ‘A Dangerous Fortune’ (my all time favorite)? I see you are doing a sequel to ‘Pillars’ and so thought there might be a small chance. Stay well and keep writing… you are truly the best of all my great storytellers.
A senior Canadian fan.
From: Dana Nairn
Sent: Monday 6 February, 2006
I’ve been a fan for such a long time, and sent my regards previously. I just wanted to thank you again for continuing to write. I wish (as a non-writer) that it didn’t take so long to create these works, because I have such a hard time waiting for the next one! I’ve read all your books and continue to search the internet for your first ones that you wrote under pseudonyms. Yes, I have read ‘Whiteout’, and thoroughly enjoyed it, as I do all your books. It would be nice to see another one used as a story for a movie. Hey, I’m not a crazy fanatic, I just swear by all your books and encourage others to read them. Thanks again for all your hard work! Happy writing! I can’t wait for your next one :)
From: Christine Lord
Sent: Saturday 18 February, 2006
I am very upset with you. Once again I have lost three nights’ sleep reading your novels. Keep it up.
From: Andre Peltier
Sent: Tuesday 21 February, 2006
Just read ‘Hornet Flight’. Great book, enjoyed it tremendously. Will be buying some more of your books to read. Have a good day.
From: Harris Feinstein
Sent: Thursday 23 February, 2006
Hi Mr Follett,
I went to my local library and picked up ‘Whiteout’ not knowing what it was about. I sat down one afternoon and could not put it down. What a wonderful writing. Thank you.
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