I’ve been doing a few Q&A’s with the actor, writer and comedian Miles Jupp recently is support of his new book Fibber In The Heat about Miles’s attempts to pass himself of as cricket journalist some years ago. It’s a great read, although I’m bound to say that as he’s a friend but it really is and you don’t even have to like cricket to enjoy it. For the more eagle eyed, I can be found in the book when Miles regales the tale of the night we had a few pints in Camden Town. I’m also thanked in the acknowledgments section which to my knowledge is currently the only book doing such a thing. I’ll make sure to thank Miles when I finish mine. That’s all very nice of course but the fact remains I wish a better photo had been taken after the event at Foyles in central London, the book cover looks nice though.
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