Q: I have to change the delivery name for the recipient (I accidentally wrote the wrong name)- how can I do that for an existing order?Asked by Dakota M., December 2019
Hello Dakota, thank you for your order and your question!
You can simply send us a message with the corrected info and we'll take care of it.
Next weekend's letters will go out on Tuesday so if you send the info to us by Monday evening we'll be able to make the correction in time for shipping.
Thanks again!Deanna Kilbourne Arts in Letters
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Q: There are 2 options in checkout, what are they?Asked by Travis M., August 2019
So sorry for the confusion! I am very glad for your message letting me know there was a problem so it could be fixed. If you check now, there will be only one "Arts in Letters Weekly Letter Packet" listed.
The "Subscribe Now" button will take you directly to the screen where you choose the length of your subscription. You'll want to choose your "Subject" category before you hit "Subscribe Now."
Deanna KilbourneArts in Letters
This subscription is a fun little one that is great for fans of history. I receive a letter each week, and my kids and I have enjoyed reading and discussing the correspondences. It is amazing to my kids how much time went into writing letters, and I am hoping to spark a love of writing and/or journaling kids do not have exposure to anymore in our technical age. The letters are great to pass along to others to share as well. A nice touch is the envelopes are hand addressed. The letters are computer printed, but I prefer that as I was worried about trying to read the handwriting of any photocopied letters (although a handwriting sample from the writers would be neat to see too!) All in all, this is a great subscription and you get a lot with a new letter each week versus once a month like most boxes. Highly recommend!
Thanks, Wendy! So glad you and your kids are enjoying Arts in Letters!
Ada Lovelace to Charles Babbage - Scientist installment in Grand SLAM rotation
Harriet Beecher Stowe to Frederick Douglass - Literati installment in Grand SLAM rotation
Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" was published just a week before this letter was written by friend, literary critic and Parliamentarian Sir Francis Jeffrey. "Blessings on your kind heart, my dear Dickens! And may it always be as light and full as it is kind, and a fountain of kindness to all within reach of its beatings! We are all charmed with your Carol, chiefly, I think, for the genuine goodness which breathes all through it. . . . "