Heartspoken is a work of art—and a work of heart…your words are packed with wisdom and inspiration.
“Thanks so much for sharing your book with me. From the first page, it felt familiar and welcoming…that’s a great talent! Halfway through, I put it down, picked up a pen and paper, and wrote a note to a good friend, just to thank him for his friendship. I don’t think I’ve ever done that […]
“What you have in your hand is far more than another book on the proper way to write a note or letter. It is written with care and commitment to build your confidence and teach you to find your own ‘voice.’ It offers you the inspiration and encouragement to know—deep in your soul—exactly the right […]
“Elizabeth H. Cottrell’s heart for encouragement takes the shape of words penned in notes and cards and letters — sometimes considered an old-fashioned way to communicate in our fast-paced world of email and texts. I’m so grateful she’s inspired me to slow down and reconnect with family and friends through the more personal expression of […]
“An artist creates a painting with canvas, color, and brushes. The finished canvas evokes feelings that are revisited with each viewing. Elizabeth is an artist with words that evoke a feeling in the heart. This book she has written gives us the tools to create personal notes that also become works of art that we […]
“Elizabeth has created one of the most valuable books you’ll ever own and will refer to over and over for years to come.”
“Elizabeth Cottrell is renowned for her letter writing. I have been the recipient of many of her heart-warming notes over the years. She has taken this expertise and put it into a practical guide for writing notes that touch the heart. If you want to write letters that people hang onto and cherish, this is […]
“The pandemic, and the loss of human connections it so cruelly stole from us, certainly drove home the power of handwritten communications between friends and family…Elizabeth Cottrell and I share a belief in the power of a piece of mail to connect, comfort, encourage, and inspire—to create and strengthen that which is most important: human […]