a work of heart history

Curious about the writer behind A Work of Heart?

Ever wonder how A Work of Heart got its name?

Enjoy this 5-part series to learn more!

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Part Five

3 thoughts on “a work of heart history

  1. I really enjoy your About the Author brief. Agreed, snail mail and postcards and anything hand lettered is the best. In the meanwhile, there is blogging with typography! 🙂


  2. Emily,
    You should see my house…there is a lot of typography.
    Initially, I thought, “too much” but then I thought
    a writer should be surrounded by words, yes?
    Thanks so much for your comments and let’s start
    a mini-movement toward the resurgence of snail mail.
    In fact, I will make it my aim to write a note to someone this week.
    You too?

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