Ann Yearwood sat at her table by a window and sipped coffee as she watched little redbirds peck at bird seed in the feeder by the magnolia tree in her backyard. Two copies of her new book called Redbird Farm lay nearby.
Dear Mrs. Yearwood,
I am sure you do not remember me among the many that you taught. You taught me Psychology and I loved that class. I remember the day you painted the bulletin board red. It became my favorite color. Please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org. I wish to purchase a signed copy of your book. Please do publish the second and third books. Just give your children a copy, but don't deny us the pleasure of reading them.
I read Mrs. Yearwood's book and liked it. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in rural life and good story telling. The spiritual awakening of the main character was very well done and something many of us can relate to.