Stuck for words? Don’t know what to say? Look in the book!

You sit down to write a note, email or text. Pen in hand. Keyboard at your fingertips. Then it strikes: total brain freeze. You desperately want thoughtful words to flow. But your mind is as blank as a white sheet of paper. What do you do?

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Reach for Words to the Rescue books — an indispensable resource for anyone who wants to express their feelings in writing, but sometimes isn’t sure how.

 • Over 1000 thoughtful, encouraging and sometimes clever things to write on a card, note, email, post or text

A huge variety of wishes… quotes… quips… proverbs… notes… salutations… and phrases… each 30 words or less to help you create the message that’s on your mind

Creative new ways to celebrate… console… congratulate… thank… and inspire… the favorite people in your life

 

Easy to use: organized by occasion: birthday, congratulations, sympathy, thank you, anniversary, thinking of you, get well, apology and more

Messages are ready-to-use as is, or combine several messages and add your personal touch

Convenient 5″x7″ size fits in purse, backpack, or desk drawer; softcover lets you thumb through pages quickly to find what you need

Over 150 pages, only $10.95

Dear Reader:

     Hi. I’m Steve Fadie, author of Words to the Rescue: the sentiment guide for the tongue tied and Words to the Rescue 2. If you want to see how to quickly and easily create the best personal notes you’ve ever written, you’ve come to the right place.

I was at a complete loss. Totally stuck.

     Perhaps you can relate to this story. Years ago, as I ordered sympathy flowers, the florist asked the anxiety-inducing question you’ve probably heard many times, “What would you like the card to say?” I didn’t have a clue. I was stuck. Totally blank. I don’t recall what I scribbled on the card that day. But I remember thinking there must be a better way. That’s why I created WTTR books.

The spark you need to get your pen rolling

     WTTR books give you words you can use for big days… like birthdays, graduations and retirements. And words you can use everyday… thinking of you, get well, encouragement, romance and more. Find the right words for floral cards, greeting cards, note cards, scrap book pages, e-mail, e-cards, facebook posts, even birthday cakes.

The best part of the card is the part you write

     Did you ever notice… the most interesting part of a greeting card is the handwritten message from the sender? Think about it. A greeting card is penned by an anonymous writer. But your personal note, in your handwriting, is one-of-a-kind… a priceless thing in today’s manufactured world. WTTR books help you write messages like that.

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in Words to the Rescue

  • 50 idea starters to help you write a sympathy message
  • 89 notes to encourage friends and family when they are down
  • 110 ways to say “happy birthday” to family and friends
  • 69 thoughts for apologies… with sincerity and wit
  • 15 sentiments to congratulate the bride and groom
  • 30 things you can jot on a new baby card
  • 99 ways to express your thanks and gratitude
  • 450 “Fast Phrases” to help cure your writer’s block instantly

 And that’s just book one. Words to the Rescue 2 has 1000 ALL-NEW entries, including messages for Valentine’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s  and more.

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Accchhh! Can’t find the right card?

     Has this ever happened to you? You find yourself standing in the aisle of a greeting card store, frustrated because you cannot find what you need. Either the photo or illustration isn’t right, or the words don’t reflect you. In any case, you don’t have an hour to sort through all the cards to find the right one. But you can’t leave the store without a card! So you settle on something that’s not quite what you wanted.

Save time and money, write your own cards

     With WTTR books, you can make your blank card into exactly the card you want. With words that fit your unique situation. Years ago, I became frustrated making a trip to the store every time I needed a card. Now I keep a stack of blank cards at home so I can create my own messages. If you’re the creative type, why not make your own cards? The messages in Words to the Rescue make it easy.

Give a thoughtful gift

     Who do you know that sends greeting cards? Why not give them a valuable reference they can turn to over and over throughout the year: WTTR books are an ideal inexpensive gift. Give one or both books with a set of note cards for an even bigger “wow” factor. Just think of all the people in your life that would love this gift.

The price of four typical greeting cards

     Surprisingly each volume is just $10.95. That’s about one penny for each thought, quote or phrase. Think about it. For the same price as three or four typical greeting cards, you can have a book packed with sentiments you can refer to over and over again, every time you’re stuck for words.

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Buy yours today

      The broad appeal of WTTR books mean they will sell out fast. So don’t risk having to wait for the next printing. Buy your copies today. Take advantage of quantity discounts and have plenty of copies on hand to give as gifts. Just click the BUY BOOKS button below.

Yours truly,

Steve Fadie

Author, Words to the Rescue, Words to the Rescue 2

100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: If you are not totally delighted, return your book(s) for a full refund of the purchase price.

P.S. Order three books and get a 4th book FREE

Available for wholesale purchase Book stores, gift shops, scrapbook retailers, greeting card stores, floral shops and more. Free counter displays available. Click on the WHOLESALE tab at the top of this page. Words to the Rescue books: published by Orange Sky Book © 2007 – 2016.

 

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