Author Lisa Delman Tells RichWriters.com How One Letter Brought Her A Major Publishing Deal

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Edita Kaye, Founder of RichWriters.com interviews author Lisa Delman, who wrote a letter to her dying mother pouring out her heart. This letter so moved other women that they began to write Lisa with copies of letters they had been inspired to write to their own mothers. Soon thousands of letters were pouring in--from women in prison; women who had been abused; women who had been abandoned and who all found peace through the inspiration of Lisa's letter writing campaign. It wasn't long before a major New York publisher offered Delman a major advance and published the collection in a book called "Dear Mom I Always Wanted You To Know--Daughters Share Letters from the Heart" ! Now Delman's book is headed for Broadway and TV!

Edita Kaye, Founder of RichWriters.com recently interviewed author Lisa Delman, who wrote a letter to her dying mother pouring out her heart.

Author Lisa Delman wrote a letter to her dying mother pouring out her heart. This letter so moved other women that they began to write Lisa with copies of letters they had been inspired to write to their own mothers. Soon thousands of letters were pouring in--from women in prison; women who had been abused; women who had been abandoned and who all found peace through the inspiration of Lisa's letter writing campaign. It wasn't long before a major New York publisher offered Delman a major advance and published the collection in a book called Dear Mom I Always Wanted You To Know--Daughters Share Letters From The Heart. Now Delman's book is headed for Broadway and TV!

"I was so afraid that my mother would die before I could tell her all the things I had saved up in my heart," says Delman. "I never dreamed that my letters would inspire other women to reconnect to their own mothers."

Delman's book is also being considered for an Off Broadway Play and a TV Show and there's a new book in the works!

Would you like to write a letter to your mother? Delman offers some letter writing tips to help you open your heart and find peace for yourself.

1. Find a calm and quiet space in which to write your letter

2. Set aside any feelings of anger or resentment and write honestly and openly

3. Focus on yourself and on how much better you feel with every word

4. Seal the letter in an envelope

5. Remember, you don't have to send it. This letter is designed to help you find peace in your own heart.

To hear Lisa Delman's entire interview please visit http://www.RichWriters.com. Visitors may also receive a free copy of Secrets of Rich Writers by Edita Kaye.

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