Revealing, soul-stirring, tender - a beautiful collection of letters about love from some of Australia's most interesting grown-ups. Edited by Samuel Johnson, with every sale contributing to Love Your Sister's cancer research.
From the bestselling, cancer-vanquishing Love Your Sister team, and edited by the indefatigable Samuel Johnson, comes Dear Lover, a funny, revealing and soul-stirring collection of letters written by notable Australians like Turia Pitt, Samuel Johnson, Susie Youssef, Hilde Hinton, Stuart Coupe, Jacqui Lambie, Larry Emdur, John Paul Young, Mandy Beaumont, Rhett Davis, Adam Harvey, Mark Brandi and Kate Mildenhall, to name a few, just in time for Valentine's Day.
What would someone say to their childhood sweetheart, their life partner, their latest crush or their cherished soul mate? 'Thanks for everything?' 'Unravel your sports socks before you put them in the washing basket?' Anything goes in this collection of letters. If you could tell your lover anything, what would it be?
A big-hearted, comforting and uplifting collection of letters celebrating love. The perfect gift for the one you love.
Samuel Johnson OAM is a much-loved Australian actor, best known for his work on THE SECRET LIFE OF US, CRACKERJACK, UNDERBELLY: A TALE OF TWO CITIES, RUSH and as the star of the hit biopic MOLLY. In recent times he is more proud of his work as a breast cancer advocate and determined unicyclist. He won a Gold Logie in 2017 for his work on MOLLY and was named the 2018 Victorian of the Year for his charity work to vanquish cancer. So far the charity he set up with his sister Connie, Love Your Sister, has raised over $15M. Samuel is a bestselling author, with his and Connie's book LOVE YOUR SISTER and his endearing DEAR SANTA both hitting the bestseller lists and both shortlisted for an ABIA award. His winning stint on DANCING WITH THE STARS reminded all of Australia how much we love Samuel Johnson. Samuel continues to dedicate most of his time to the charity and doing what he can to raise funds for cancer research. The DEAR series is part of that fundraising.