* BIG PEANUTS BOOK NEWS
* CHEAPER CHRISTMAS
* SADLY SELF-SERVING SECTION
* DRABBLE AT THE SCHULZ MUSEUM
Okay, only a brief newsletter this time, but I just
had to spread the word. After various clues and hints,
Jeannie Schulz (widow of Charles M. Schulz) has now
publicly stated that they are working toward a set of
books that would reprint all of the Peanuts newspaper
Now don’t get too excited: this is not a formal
announcement, so while it’s something that they’re
working on, it doesn’t mean it will definitely happen.
No publisher was announced, nor was any date hinted at,
and Mrs. Schulz even pointed out that they’re having
trouble finding reproducable copies of some of the
When I can scare up more information, I will of course
share it with you.
As I type this, you can get the new strip colleciton
A PEANUTS CHRISTMAS for 40% off the cover price. I’m
not sure how long this will last, so if you’ve been
thinking about ordering this, now is the time:
SADLY SELF-SERVING SECTION
Yes, if you click through any link on http://AAUGH.com to
the Amazon pages and order anything, AAUGH.com gets
some money. No, it doesn’t increase how much you pay,
and yes, it does help support the site and newsletter.
Those of you who haven’t taken advantage of online
gift shopping for the holidays — it really is handy.
You can order something, have it gift wrapped, and
have it sent to the recipient with a few minutes work,
avoiding the shopping crush and the mailing hassle.
And with the free shipping deals, discount prices, and
(in many states) lack of sales tax, you can often have
a gift-wrapped item delivered for less than it costs to
buy the item yourself, much less wrap, box, and ship it.
DRABBLE AT THE SCHULZ MUSEUM
Kevin Fagan, cartoonist of the syndicated strip Drabble,
will be at the Schulz museum this Saturday, giving a
chalk talk at 1 PM and doing a book signing at 2 PM.
For more info on the museum, see:
As I said, a short newsletter. But since I’m shipping it
out before midnight, I can still hold up my glass of
virtual root beer and toast Mr. Schulz’s memory on this,
his 80th birthday.
To my fellow U.S. residents, I wish you a happy
Thanksgiving. And to all my readers world round, may
you find peace and joy.