Have you given any thought to what you're going to write?
Here are some examples of things that we've gotten in the past as part of the project:
Lt Ramsey got a love letter from Germany with candy in it.
Captain Freymann got a letter from a surveyor about his property back in England and a map of said property.
Midshipman Hamilton got a letter from a worried Aunt with a hand knitted scarf in it.
Baptiste got a letter with a black spot in it from an anonymous 'former shipmate'.
The Bosun got a letter from a former shipmate inviting him to join him in a business venture back in England.
The Ship's Chaplain got a solicitation letter from a company that manufactures mourning candies.
Need some ideas for what to write? Try one of these:
Letter from a friend or colleague back home.
(But none from immediate 'family' if you please. Cousins, Aunts, Uncles, Nieces & Nephews are fine, but none from Mothers, Fathers, children.)
A bill or request for payment.
An overdue payment of debt.
A letter carrying news of the war(s)
Or, use the link below to see some other types of period letters:
The Complete Letter Writer...
Wondering what a period letter looks like? Here are some beautiful examples:
Contact me to find out where to send your finished letter… or questions, or for any other additional information.
Finshed letters will need to be to ME by the first of JULY of this present year so that they can find their way into the Mail Packet!
What address should finished letters be sent to? The supplies arrived yesterday and I've just finished mine, hopefully it'll arrive on timeReplyDelete
Email me at the address listed in the above post. :)Delete