In love letters from Dresden, by Mark A. Biggs, the daughter discovers old love letters hidden by her mother.
‘Using letters as the premise for a modern story will become increasingly problematic,’ said Mark Biggs.
‘Letter writing has been decreasing in popularity probably due to the rise of technology and electronic communications. Emails, text messages, and instant messaging have made it easier and faster to communicate with others.’
‘If you are fortunate enough to have a cache of old family letters, then you are sitting on a gold mine. The depth of communication in a family letter with its crafted message that truly speaks to a loved one is unique.’ ‘Letters are a one-of-a-kind record collection, a type of memory that is (has) become a thing of the past.’