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  • April 3, 2012 9:15 am
    Dear Sydney Book Signing,
Well. I can’t wait to see you next Thursday, April 12!
And all of the cute fruits who will come along, also.
I know you’re being held at Dymocks, 424 George St, Sydney, and have a 6 for 6:30 pm start, but I wondered if we wouldn’t like to involve a cruise ship somehow also? Just a thought.
I have told all the rascals coming along they must call 02 9235 0155 to book their (free) seat, and listen in comfort as I sign copies of and waffle on about The Younger Man, and chat about books, and relationship stuff, and answer a pile of questions. 
However, I am yet to tell them there is a squab and anchovy pie eating contest that will commence immediately after the event, and that it is compulsory they partake. They won’t mind. They will probably be hungry and very grateful, in fact.
From your friend,
Zoe

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    Dear Sydney Book Signing,

    Well. I can’t wait to see you next Thursday, April 12!

    And all of the cute fruits who will come along, also.

    I know you’re being held at Dymocks, 424 George St, Sydney, and have a 6 for 6:30 pm start, but I wondered if we wouldn’t like to involve a cruise ship somehow also? Just a thought.

    I have told all the rascals coming along they must call 02 9235 0155 to book their (free) seat, and listen in comfort as I sign copies of and waffle on about The Younger Man, and chat about books, and relationship stuff, and answer a pile of questions.

    However, I am yet to tell them there is a squab and anchovy pie eating contest that will commence immediately after the event, and that it is compulsory they partake. They won’t mind. They will probably be hungry and very grateful, in fact.

    From your friend,

    Zoe