LETTERS: DIARY NOTES; Cathartic ravings are Rael’s path to fame and fortune

I’m in the Big League now. Forget the Internet and its paltry 30 million readers - true catharsis is having your diary published in the Campaign Diary (24 November). Get it all out in the open. And anyhow, you couldn’t buy publicity like that... (well, you could, but it’d cost heaps).

I’m in the Big League now. Forget the Internet and its paltry 30 million

readers - true catharsis is having your diary published in the Campaign

Diary (24 November). Get it all out in the open. And anyhow, you

couldn’t buy publicity like that... (well, you could, but it’d cost

heaps).



So what’s new with my life? Well, nothing really - the tedium of routine

in order to forget.



Oh - am I now getting higher ratings than Hollyoaks? Can anyone

recommend a good syndication company? I’d need to fake some sex scenes

to get the Americans interested, I think, but creative writing is not a

problem...



And the first person to approach me to do a project on the basis of this

piece gets a discount.



Rael Fenchurch, rael@smtpgw.hhcl.com



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