One of the most frequently asked questions we get at L.W.A. Headquarters is about Inklings and how members can earn them. It's a tricky question to answer because the whole point of Inklings is that we don't want to tell you what to do; we want you to come up with creative ways to promote letter writing and improve the letter writing community that is the L.W.A. See, simple. And really complicated too. Here's an example of something truly Inkling-worthy.
L.W.A. member Keli has been running a letter social out of the Corvallis-Benton County Library for some time now. Putting on the social is great, but Keli made it even better. For the last two weeks of February, the letter writers curated and displayed books to inspire more letter writing love in the library's patrons. To make the list, she used the library catalog with key words related to letter writing and our L.W.A. Book Club list on Good Reads. Thanks for your enthusiasm and hard work Keli! You are what is really making the L.W.A. great!