So remember a few weeks ago I told you that David Cameron had an embarrassing moment at a press conference, when he had to admit that he hadn't read a book written by his colleagues, Nadhim Zahawi MP and Matthew Hancock MP, and published by yours truly, Masters of Nothing? Well you should remember. The Prime Minister of this very land having to admit he hasn't read a key economic text? SHAME, as they frequently like to say in the House of Commons.
We decided that in order to prevent Mr Cameron from having any similar mishaps in the future, and also because we are très kind, we would send Mr Cameron a copy of the book. So we did. I didn't expect to hear anything back, really I didn't.
Imagine my surprise then when I received a letter bearing the seal '10 DOWNING STREET'. (OK, fine, it's not an actual seal but it sounds more majestic).
That's right. 10 DOWNING STREET. No one ever send me letters. At first I thought that my bank had literally given up on trying to contact me about overdraft-related-business and had called on the powers that be to have me dealt with. No. I had received the letter you see to your right.
Well I, for one, am glad that Mr Cameron appreciates my 'kind thought'. Now get reading, Mr Cameron. And feel free to write a review for us any time...