Dear Editor

How to Reclaim Our Culture 200 Words at a Time

Non-Fiction - General
124 Pages
Reviewed on 06/19/2010
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Reviewed by Anne Boiling for Readers' Favorite

I have written several letters to the editor of our local paper, never have they had the finesse and skill of Bill Womack’s writings. It all began in Jan. 2004 when Bill read an article in the Courier Journal. Bill felt the article was rather “one sided and insulting.” Even though he wrote a letter he never expected it to be printed. He was in for a big surprise when he opened the opinion section. At the time he wrote this book he had written over 80 letters to the editor and over 40 have been published.

Bill encourages people to write letters to the newspaper. We have the right to express our opinions unfortunately few of us do so. His book Dear Editor contains the letters he has written. He indicates changes he wishes he had made. He is now more concise. His letters cover a variety of topics.

I recently met Bill at a book fair. He is a very nice, unassuming gentleman. I was impressed by his attitude and manner. Bill is a Christian and not ashamed to let people know it. He doesn’t have to tell you because it oozes out of his pores. He lives it. His letters reflect his beliefs. He has freely expressed his opinions concerning abortion, marriage, being PC, and creation. I agree with his stance.

This book is well written. The author is talented. He is able to express his opinion without tearing others down. I enjoyed reading Dear Editor and I look forward to reading more letters, columns and books by Bill Womack.