101 Ways to Say Thank You: Notes of Gratitude for All Occasions

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Sterling Publishing Company, Dec 7, 2007 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 130 pages
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In a world of abrupt, hastily typed e-mails and instant messages, the art of pen-and-paper note writing may seem lost, yet nothing else says “thank you” with quite the same elegance or sincerity. Now you will never again struggle to find the right words for that beautifully penned message. Endorsed by Crane Stationery, 101 Ways to Say Thank You provides the perfectly worded thank-yous for nearly every occasion, from baby showers and christenings to business interviews and charitable donations. You’ll learn the etiquette of faxing a thank-you note, the keys to expressing gratitude to lovers, friends, and family members—even the correct uses of the honorific “Ms.” Exhaustive and totally indispensable, 101 Ways to Say Thank You  will assure that you will never be at a loss for words of appreciation and affection.

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User Review  - biblebeliever - Overstock.com

This book is handy and covers many different situations ie. business personal interview followup and wedding thank yous. I passed it on to my niece who is getting married soon for her benefit. Read full review

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Remarkably informative reference guide! Never again struggle to write your thank you notes! Rest assured that your dollars will be well spent. You may find that the day you put "101 Ways to Say Thank ... Read full review


Six Dos for Elegant Notes
The Dos and Donts of Using Honorifics
Soirees and Social Gatherings
Thanks for the Wonderful Memories
Climbing the Ladder of Success
The Business Stationery Checklist
Power Words that Move Mountains
Thanks for the OpportunitySample Notes
Love and Romance
Quips from Grateful and Affectionate Sages Through the Ages
Do I Do and Thank You TooSample Notes
Happily Ever After Anniversary Gifts
Belated Thanks and Gestures of Appreciation
Ten Good Reasons Why Its Never Too Late to Say Thank You
Farewell My Friend
Thanks for Your Expression of Sympathy

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Dorothea Johnson is a recognized authority on etiquette and protocol. She is the founder and director of The Protocol School (r) of Washington and has presented her etiquette and protocol programs to more than 50,000 individuals worldwide to clients who come from business, government, education and entertainment. She has licensed more than 500 consultants to present the school's programs worldwide. Ms. Johnson is author of The Little Book of Etiquette (Running Press, 1997).

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