Love Letters: Let His Handwriting Be Your Guide

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Citadel Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Self-Help - 240 pages
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In Love Letters, famed handwriting analyst Cash Peters proves that the key to men's souls isn't in their eyes -- it's in their penmanship. In the only book of its kind, this intriguing and beautiful gift edition uses handwriting analysis to answer the most intimate questions about a potential new love. Now women can find the clues to the private thoughts, fears, expectations, desires, childhood dramas, unresolved conflicts, and personality flaws that are locked away in every sentence. Readers will learn how to decipher hidden feelings about love, commitment, intimacy, sex, and money just by studying the way a loved one forms individual letters of the alphabet. Each page of the book focuses on one letter to reveal one pertinent clue. For example, the way a man crosses his "t's" is an indicator of his ability to tell the truth (a short, little cross bar indicates an abundance of secrets and is a sign of a man who won't reveal his emotions).

Now the lovelorn need look no further than the next note they receive from a significant other. Thoroughly engaging, and only slightly devious, Love Letters will prove a total revelation to all frustrated romance seekers who crave better judgment when it comes to relationships with men.

Readers will learn to interpret the Morse code of love through clues such as:
-- The shape of an O will betray homosexual tendencies
-- An E is an indicator of sexual appetite
-- The letter K indicates his capacity for affection and intimacy
-- An H will tell how stable he is in a relationship


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About the author (2003)

Award winning writer and broadcaster Cash Peters is a frequent contributor to public radio's "Marketplace" and "The Savvy Traveler, "where his "Bad Taste Tours" have been heard regularly since 2000. He is also a regular panelist on the KUOW talk show "Rewind,""" He was previously a writer and host for BBC TV and radio, working on such shows as "The Two Ronnies." He is the author of three books about handwriting analysis and one spoof on world domination. He lives in La Feliz, California.

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