Sample letter to praise the media, an author, or an editor

Sample letter to praise the media, an author, or an editor

I congratulate you for the success of your investment show coming every Sunday at the financial express channel.

I am a regular viewer of your investment show Money Multiplier. I am Tanya Arora, an MBA with specialization in Finance. I am working as an equity advisor with ABC Company from last 2 years.

From the time I started working in the stock market I am watching your investment show. First of all I would like to tell you that your caption is quite impressive and real. Cut the losses and you are sure to make profit. It is the fact of the market but people never follow it in the urge to crack a jackpot which never happens. Eventually they loose money. But I am very sure that people who are viewers of your show must have mastered the art of discipline in trading stocks. Even I follow the simple rules that are repeatedly told in your show.

Thanks for starting a show which forces the people to have a reality check rather than dreaming of hitting a jack pot in the market. Our time is the investment that we make to watch your life changing show.
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  • Sample letter to compliment the media, an author, or an editor

    I am writing this letter to compliment you on your new article/book on the role of social welfare policy in alleviating poverty in Sierra Leone. As one of the poorest nations in the world, Sierra Leone is becoming hell on earth. Journalistic freedom is being stifled and policies are oriented towards money making rather than helping people. Poverty and unemployment remain the most important challenges for the government in this West African republic. When the war ended in 2002 with the help of the UN peacekeeping force, more than 17,000 international troops fended off the militia. Economic reconstruction of this company has been difficult because of the massive damage caused by the civil war. It has led to the difficulties that any nation would face after enduring years of strife and struggle.

    I agree with the conclusions drawn by you in your book/article entitled “Poverty in Sierra Leone: The Critical Role of Social Welfare Policy” regarding the damage that can be done by making ineffective policies. Illegal diamond mining is also a big problem in Sierra Leone and the government has not been able to meet the challenges of abolishing this evil. As a writer/author/journalist, you have used succinct but powerful words to describe the current situation in Sierra Leone and how it has been impacted by ineffective policies on the part of the government and the judiciary. It is interesting that you have also supported the contention of Ms. Esther Wright from the New York Times that stifling the media in Sierra Leone is rampant. If this is the case, then it is a gross violation of human rights. Thank you for your insightful and interesting work on how social welfare policies can make or mar the fortunes of a nation.