IS ROMANCE DEAD IN THE DIGITAL AGE?
Why Millennials (More than Ever) Should Keep Writing Love Letters
Everyone has probably received a text, tweet or snap from someone expressing his or her love & appreciation that looked something like this…
But when is the last time you actually received a handwritten love letter?
Writing a letter has more benefits to your relationship than you realize!
Award-Winning author, Carew Papritz, says “In this fast paced technology-drenched world, we must not forget the things that matter the most.”
Love letters are an act of selflessness, which this generation sometimes lacks. The feeling of receiving a letter with the actual handwriting of someone you love is very comforting. Love letters are rare, tangible & the best part is you get to choose what to say and how to say it. Every letter is different; some emotional, some funny, some sad…the important part is that your words are genuine.
Papritz knows all about writing love letters. Affectionately known as “The Cowboy Philosopher,” his bestselling book, “The Legacy Letters,” is a heartwarming and inspirational story told through a series of deeply personal letters that ultimately become—“A Love Story about Life.” Carew aims to teach this technology filled generation the benefits of going back to the basics of love and life.
Remember…when it comes to Valentine’s Day, what you say is more important than what you buy.
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ABOUT CAREW PAPRITZ:
Carew Papritz, also known as The Cowboy Philosopher, is the author of the multi-award winning book “The Legacy Letters.” This best-selling author left his career as a filmmaker in Hollywood, and returning to his ranching roots, worked as a cowboy on a cattle ranch in the Southwest where he began writing his book. “The Legacy Letters,” though fictional, has also won acclaim as a life lessons book for all generations, gaining the distinction of being the only book in publishing history to win awards in both fiction and non-fiction categories. A Renaissance Man in an age that lauds the specialist, The Huffington Post says Papritz “intrigues and enlightens, charms and catalyzes change for every reader.”
For more information visit www.thelegacyletters.com