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mahumada wrote: I personally like to type all my LORs. Is that bad? I don't handwrite the "Dear NAME" field though, that is typed with their name. The first paragraph is everything I like about them (i.e. what I like the best about their work, the first thing I saw them, heard them in, etc) - If they read this part they would know it is not form as this is specific to them. The second paragraph is probably what you would call "form". This is where I request their autograph and state my intentions for their autograph. The last paragraph is the summary where I thank them for their time, reading my letter, and consideration for my request. I do handwrite my signature and any favorite quote or saying from them. I do try and keep each letter to a one page minimum.
After reading this, I'm concerned that my letters may be considered "form" just because I have a very small case of OCD (symmetry obsessions with order, arranging etc) and I don't like writing things out. Everyone's comments are welcome. I am currently at 9/52 successes and I just started this up again in November, but I see people reporting a Paul Rudd VV success in 5 days when I sent mine 32 days ago. I look forward to any help and direction.
Yeah, you should never type your LORs. That's looked at as being a seller, or of having little energy (if you're not going to put in any effort into it, why would they?), to the celebrity... and they'll just throw your request right in the trash or send everything back to you unsigned. When I was younger, I used to type everything and never received anything back. Then I started hand-writing my letters and signed pictures came flooding in!
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Münchausen wrote:
mahumada wrote: I personally like to type all my LORs. Is that bad? I don't handwrite the "Dear NAME" field though, that is typed with their name. The first paragraph is everything I like about them (i.e. what I like the best about their work, the first thing I saw them, heard them in, etc) - If they read this part they would know it is not form as this is specific to them. The second paragraph is probably what you would call "form". This is where I request their autograph and state my intentions for their autograph. The last paragraph is the summary where I thank them for their time, reading my letter, and consideration for my request. I do handwrite my signature and any favorite quote or saying from them. I do try and keep each letter to a one page minimum.
After reading this, I'm concerned that my letters may be considered "form" just because I have a very small case of OCD (symmetry obsessions with order, arranging etc) and I don't like writing things out. Everyone's comments are welcome. I am currently at 9/52 successes and I just started this up again in November, but I see people reporting a Paul Rudd VV success in 5 days when I sent mine 32 days ago. I look forward to any help and direction.
Yeah, you should never type your LORs. That's looked at as being a seller, or of having little energy (if you're not going to put in any effort into it, why would they?), to the celebrity... and they'll just throw your request right in the trash or send everything back to you unsigned. When I was younger, I used to type everything and never received anything back. Then I started hand-writing my letters and signed pictures came flooding in!
Actually if you put your heart into how you type it, and make it sincere. i have had lots of success and i have not hand wrote very many of my successes. i have horrible handwriting is why i type it up instead of writing it. it is not that you type your LOR's it is the fact that your letters probably sound like a broken record. i myself like to keep it short and sweet when i do my LOR cause then it is not going over board and simple. instead of would you sign my item, i usually tell them that i would be honored if they would sign it. cause it shows that you have respect for who they are and their talent. most people know how bad their handwriting is and would rather have the letter legible when they send it.
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Add Michael richards, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus to the list. As well as mila kunis.
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Does Samantha Barks?
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I got her VV.
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Yay! I'm trying her VV
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I have gotten back 7 off the original post but that post is really old.Meg Ryan I know signs with database address. Got that back late last year.
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Dont know if this has been posted but Joe Montana no longer signs TTM
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supertoneman wrote:
Münchausen wrote:
mahumada wrote: I personally like to type all my LORs. Is that bad? I don't handwrite the "Dear NAME" field though, that is typed with their name. The first paragraph is everything I like about them (i.e. what I like the best about their work, the first thing I saw them, heard them in, etc) - If they read this part they would know it is not form as this is specific to them. The second paragraph is probably what you would call "form". This is where I request their autograph and state my intentions for their autograph. The last paragraph is the summary where I thank them for their time, reading my letter, and consideration for my request. I do handwrite my signature and any favorite quote or saying from them. I do try and keep each letter to a one page minimum.
After reading this, I'm concerned that my letters may be considered "form" just because I have a very small case of OCD (symmetry obsessions with order, arranging etc) and I don't like writing things out. Everyone's comments are welcome. I am currently at 9/52 successes and I just started this up again in November, but I see people reporting a Paul Rudd VV success in 5 days when I sent mine 32 days ago. I look forward to any help and direction.
Yeah, you should never type your LORs. That's looked at as being a seller, or of having little energy (if you're not going to put in any effort into it, why would they?), to the celebrity... and they'll just throw your request right in the trash or send everything back to you unsigned. When I was younger, I used to type everything and never received anything back. Then I started hand-writing my letters and signed pictures came flooding in!

Agreed. My hand writing is terrible due to a military related disability, so I have to type. I put my heart into my writing and edit so it doesn't read like a form letter, "Dear so-and-so, love your work in this and that please sign my doo-hickey that I sent, sincerely me."
Actually if you put your heart into how you type it, and make it sincere. i have had lots of success and i have not hand wrote very many of my successes. i have horrible handwriting is why i type it up instead of writing it. it is not that you type your LOR's it is the fact that your letters probably sound like a broken record. i myself like to keep it short and sweet when i do my LOR cause then it is not going over board and simple. instead of would you sign my item, i usually tell them that i would be honored if they would sign it. cause it shows that you have respect for who they are and their talent. most people know how bad their handwriting is and would rather have the letter legible when they send it.
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Is Morgan Freeman on this list? I've tried him at 2 different venues and only ever received PP. {down}
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