Betty and Johnny met just five days after the attack on Pearl Harbor,
amid the sudden reality that the direction of their lives -- and the lives of
everyone they knew -- had changed forever.

Writers when they met, the Career Girl and the Army Officer loved in the time of their lives,
despite the war and their determined commitment to do their share and see it through. They wrote about it all so openly, so patriotically, and so well, as the letters are their finest collaboration,
in the detail and dynamic of a medium that will never come again.

Their First 50 Letters start the story and are yours for the reading -- online --
at Or just click the Blue Box below.
Turn up your speakers.

For the complete collection -- on disk or as a download -- see below.

The whole collection -- 70th Anniversary Edition -- (including the First 50 Letters) are available
in PDF form for PC or MAC -- on a disk, for $19.44, plus tax, shipping & handling.

To arrange delivery, call Story of my Life at 805/963-7836,
or E-Mail

For an even deeper introduction to the "Letters" story, with much more on formats
and resources . . . click the WWII posters graphic below . . .