This husband and wife team of New York Times best-selling authors are sharing insight and advice to communicating love in the digital age.
About the 2019 Lover Letter Contest.
In the era of online dating, Cupid’s age-old trappings like hand-written love notes have fallen by the wayside. But this timeless display of affection will never go out of style. Given the rarity, a love letter could be just what you need to win over that crush, rekindle the romance, or even show your squad-love for Valentine’s Day. When was the last time you told someone you loved how you really felt? Where do you even begin?
Luckily, expert writers Dalma Heyn and Richard Marek have your back.
Whether it’s platonic or romantic, Heyn and Marek will show your audience secrets to crafting the perfect love letter, the three things every lover note must have, and the complexity of communicating love in the age of Tinder. They also have examples of hilarious “worst ever” letters that encourage the audience to respond with their own “worst ever”s.
To celebrate the release on February 5th of their new book, How to Fall in Love, Heyn and Marek are on a nationwide search to find the perfect love letter. The 2019 Love Letter Contest runs until April 30th, and it is totally free to enter, and the winner will be announced on May 15th.
The winner will receive:
- A rose-gold Tiffany Paloma Picasso Love Ring (valued at $500).
- A framed, gorgeously hand-written copy of their letter.
- Your winning letter shared (if the winner chooses) with our entire social network.
Participating is easy. All you need to do is:
- Bare your soul in writing (okay, that part might not be all that easy).
- Send your love letter to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- That’s it! (You might, of course, want to share the love letter with the person you were writing it to, but that’s entirely up to you.)
To see the complete set of contest rules, CLICK HERE.
In An Interview/Article, Heyn and Marek Can Share:
- Writing tips that will make your sweetheart swoon (and also win you the 2019 Love Letter Contest)
- Love letters & the digital age
- Hilarious “worst-ever” love letters
- How to communicate love in the age of Tinder
- The one thing you should NEVER do when writing a love letter