First published on this website in October 2011 and last updated in October 2013
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These notes list seven of the most common mistakes made when people try to write Christmas family newsletters. The principles can then be applied to a range of church literature as well. The key errors to avoid are:
- too many words
- not enough breaks
- poor visuals (or none)
- a turn-off opening
- uninteresting content
- showing off
- nothing distinctive.
There are footnotes on the power of relationship, emails and print design. Do you dare write your Christmas letter now?
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