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This month’s epistle came from my parents’ house, where I grew up.

I love being in Dorset and can happily spend weeks in the countryside, hardly seeing anyone but the odd neighbour (some odder than others) and the people who help out at the local shop and always ask whether I’m new in the village. This time I resisted the temptation to answer “no, are you?”

The lousy September weather has given me plenty of opportunity to work, and I finished my bumper Book of Culls ebook. It is now live on Amazon and any sweet reviews would be gratefully received. I hope to work on the print version before I leave Dorset.

book of culls needs reviews

This is an excerpt from my Illustrated Epistle, which goes out in the middle of the month. It is a behind-the-scenes look at the life of a cartoonist (specifically, mine). You can sign up here (and unsubscribe if you don’t like it, or even if you do, though that would be a bit daft, as how many emails do you get that you actually enjoy reading?):

http://eepurl.com/cCOOeD

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