The Friendship Letters

Wanda Brunstetter: Letters of Trust, Friendship Series

Letters of Trust

ECPA and Publisher’s Weekly Bestseller

Book 1 in the new Friendship Letters series

A Simple Letter Carries Inspiration for Healing

Life is good on their Pennsylvania Amish farm for newlyweds Vic and Eleanor Lapp—until a tragedy occurs, causing Vic to turn to alcohol in order to numb the pain. Things get so bad that Vic loses his job and their marriage is coming apart. Eleanor is desperate to help her husband and writes letters to her friend, Doretta, for advice. The trust Eleanor places in her friend and the gentle words she receives in return are a balm for even darker days to come in this first book of The Friendship Letters series by New York Times Bestselling Author Wanda E. Brunstetter.

Wanda Brunstetter: Letters of Comfort

Letters of Comfort

ECPA and Publisher’s Weekly Bestseller

Book 2 in the new Friendship Letters series

A Ministry of Letter Writing Restores Hope to the Writer

Doretta Schwartz used to be so happy and passed her positive attitude along to friends in several letters she wrote each month. But that all changed the day she learned of her fiancé’s death and a heavy weight of depression fell upon her. Feeling empty, she puts away her letter writing and won’t even respond to calls from friends. William’s twin brother, Warren, is also grieving his loss, while at the same time, trying to be supportive to his parents and Doretta. Doretta responds to Warren’s friendship, but is he just becoming a replacement for the once-in-a-lifetime love she lost?

Find out in the second book of The Friendship Letters series by New York Times Bestselling Author Wanda E. Brunstetter.

Wanda Brunstetter: Letters of Wisdom, The Friendship Letters

Letters of Wisdom

{March 2024}

Book 3 in the Friendship Letters Series

Irma Miller thought having a family of her own would bring her joy and a sense of accomplishment, but she struggles with memories of the abuse she suffered as a child at the hand of her stepfather. When she becomes physically and emotionally abusive to her own children, she reaches out to her friend Doretta for prayer and wisdom. But Irma may find herself at an even darker emotional place before she will admit she needs professional help to heal her past traumas. Will Doretta’s letters of wisdom help Irma and her family, or will too much be broken to ever be repaired?