Today's post is on a 1890 book written by Lewis Carroll (author of Alice in Wonderland). (It'll be short, because I'll rather you, dear reader, spend the time reading his book) In this book, he talks about letter writing and stamps.
A mixture of interesting examples and beautiful language, it brought a smile to my face as I could relate to the things he said! Yes, a century on and the issues he raised still happen today!
A link to the book itself: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/38065/38065-h/38065-h.htm
PS. I realised how I haven't ever posted on letter writing and history stuff when I love them both, so perhaps this will be the first post of many more to come :D