I am a big fan of the version of the Shavian alphabet used for Esperanto. My level of interest went up when I found out that holding two versions of words or letter in one's mind ("mano" and "hand," for example) can help protect one from dementia for up to five years! But apart from that advantage, I enjoy using the Shavian alphabet and I am finding some people with whom to correspond in it. Although the Shavian alphabet was a complete non-starter in English (its target language), I hope to make it known as an enjoyable alternative alphabet for Esperanto. Comments are welcome. If you want to contact me directly, you can e-mail me at email@example.com
. Note: the key words here are "enjoyable" and "alternative"; I do not want to replace the Latin-based alphabet used for Esperanto.