Synopses & Reviews
In a world of abrupt, hastily typed e-mails and instant messages, the art of pen-and-paper note writing may seem lost, yet nothing else says and#8220;thank youand#8221; with quite the same elegance or sincerity. Now you will never again struggle to find the right words for that beautifully penned message. Endorsed by Crane Stationery, 101 Ways to Say Thank You provides the perfectly worded thank-yous for nearly every occasion, from baby showers and christenings to business interviews and charitable donations. Youand#8217;ll learn the etiquette of faxing a thank-you note, the keys to expressing gratitude to lovers, friends, and family membersand#8212;even the correct uses of the honorific and#8220;Ms.and#8221; Exhaustive and totally indispensable, 101 Ways to Say Thank Youand#160; will assure that you will never be at a loss for words of appreciation and affection.
Nothing says good manners like an elegantly crafted thank-you note, whether on paper or by e-mail. This refreshed and reissued etiquette classicand#8212;now updated with new information for the digital ageand#8212;provides all the dos and don'ts, along with a perfectly phrased and#8220;thank-youand#8221; for every occasion, from weddings and baby showers to business interviews and charity events. This indispensable guide will make sure you're never at a loss for words of appreciation.
Endorsed by the Protocol School of Washington.
About the Author
and#160;Kelly Browne has written hundreds of thank-you notes in her personal, social, and professional life. With an extensive background in the social graces, she has received numerous awards for her outstanding volunteer service with the community, including the prestigious United States Presidentand#39;s Volunteer Service Award. In addition, she holds several pageant titles, is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and is authorized by the esteemed Protocol School of Washingtonandreg; to teach Modern Manners for Children. A former film and television development executive, Ms. Browne earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Cinema and Television Arts as well as a Master of Arts degree in Communication/Screenwriting from California State University at Northridge.