Muncie, IN (PRWEB) June 20, 2012
Letterstowhatever.com, a website featuring user-submitted letters, aims to rekindle the art of letter writing by encouraging website visitors to share their writing online. The letter sharing blog features personal letters, love letters, funny letters, handwritten letters, and letters addressing all topics; written and submitted by website visitors from around the world.
“I want to create a platform for self-expression for writers and a source of entertainment for readers,” said Spencer Ozbun, creator of Letterstowhatever.com.
“The open-endedness is intentional,” said Ozbun. “Website visitors can browse the submissions and find inspiration to write their own words.”
The website began as a college class project while Ozbun attended Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. The project required students to create a website that features user-generated content (USG). Ozbun asked friends, family, and classmates to write ‘letters to whatever,’ and quickly received over 100 submissions addressing a variety of topics.
“The topics people choose to write about are interesting. I have received everything from a thank you letter addressed to Nutella to letter of remorse for a failing marriage,” said Ozbun, “and I never get tired of reading the submissions.”
Contribute to the online letter collection by submitting your writing at http://www.letterstowhatever.com
Letterstowhatever.com was created as a class project by Spencer Ozbun. Ozbun attended Indiana University-Bloomington and Ball State University as an undergraduate of public relations and graduated from Ball State in 2011. Upon graduation Ozbun served an internship and was hired as communications coordinator for New York YMCA Camp, a branch of the YMCA of Greater New York. In spring of 2012 Ozbun pursued full-time self-employment as a writer, illustrator, graphic designer, and web entrepreneur.