• The follow up to last Christmas’ Best Seller AM I ALONE IN THINKING..?
• Another hilarious collection of letters
• Over 70,000 copies sold of its predecessor
• #1 Independent bookshops’ Christmas bestseller
'SIR – My first thought on seeing your headline, "Pupils to be taught about sex at seven" was "What, in the morning?"'
‘SIR- If anyone is unsure or not to vote for David Milliband, I would draw their attention to the photo of him in The Daily Telegraph wearing a two-buttoned suit with both buttons done up.’
'SIR – Having seen some pictures of Tiger Woods’ acquaintances, I’m thinking of taking up golf.'
In 2009 a small volume of unpublished letters to The Daily Telegraph, Am I Alone in Thinking….? captured the public imagination and became a Christmas bestseller. But to those who compile the newspaper’s daily Letters page the book’s huge appeal was no surprise. While they can publish no more than 20 letters each day, another 600 will have gone to waste and for every serious contribution there are many more that are simply very funny, and, alas, there’s never enough room to include them all.
Here then is the eagerly-awaited sequel chronicling yet another year through the whimsical preoccupations and hobbyhorses of the Telegraph’s wonderfully waggish readers. Chris Evans’ supplanting of Sir Terry Wogan on Radio 2; Tiger Woods’ peccadilloes; Gordon Brown’s long farewell – such are among the issues that exercised 2010 epistolarians.
Iain Hollingshead was deputy Letters editor of the Daily Telegraph and is now one of the paper's feature writers. He lives in London.
I Could Go On... is available to purchase online here.
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