Greetings from Foxed HQ where it’s officially publication day of the 80th issue of Slightly Foxed, our 65th Slightly Foxed Edition (Pig Ignorant by Nicholas Fisk) and our new Plain Foxed Edition of 84, Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff, and we’re all feeling rather festive.
You may have noticed a few changes to our Foxed newsletter sign-off in recent weeks as we’ve said a fond farewell to Hattie and a cheery hello to Isabel and Rebecca. Some of you will have met them in person at Reader’s Day in November and since then they’ve been busy getting to grips with gift-wrapping, processing and packing orders, and corresponding with you all, with a good deal of help from our intern India (who will be with us until she goes off to far-flung lands in the New Year) and veteran fox Jess, with encouragement from office dog Dusty.
We are, as ever, incredibly grateful for your kind words, generous orders and ongoing support. Slightly Foxed wouldn’t be what it is today if it weren’t for our worldwide community of readers, and we certainly wouldn’t be about to celebrate our 20th anniversary. We’ll be in touch with news of celebratory plans in due course, meantime if you’d like to add to our post bags before the year is out, you’ll find links below to some recommended seasonal reading and stocking fillers.
With all good wishes from the SF office staff
Jess, Isabel, Rebecca & India