I was honored to be asked to participate in a new anthology called, Letters to Me.
Letters to Me is written by an eclectic collection of writers, business people, ministers, and artists. Each essay is a letter from the adult to his (or her) younger self offering advice or life lessons or other tidbits of information the writer would have found most useful in his late-teen and early adult years. (Or, for some of us, it is more likely we would have ignored that advice from our adult selves, anyway, but that is what makes this sort of book interesting, I think.)
Anthology editor, Dan Schmidt, has assembled an interesting cast of characters to write these essays, and I think this may be a great resource for the student in your life who is transitioning through the end of high school and into the chaos of college or career. There are many paths that lay before us when we are young and eager and ready to take on the world. Letters to Me is one tool in helping to focus some of that youthful energy.
The book launches next week, and if you keep your eyes open, you’ll see more about it right here in the coming days.