Schulz is spelled correctly, I will note.


I like to believe that I am both an ethical and non-hypocritical blogger. That requires me to hold myself and my projects to the same standards that I hold others. Usually, that’s easy. But today?

AAUGH Blog Reader Ryan pointed me to a sales listing to the ebook edition of the new book that I co-wrote, Charles M. Schulz: The Art and Life of the Peanuts Creator in 100 Objects. And the e-book is, to the best of my knowledge, fine. It’s the database that is distributing this ebook to the online sites that’s a problem.

But maybe it’s just me? I dunno… does this look okay to you?

For Kindle:

At Vitalsource:

And over at the Apple store:

Needless to say, this is not the fault of any of the authors of the book, and I’m checking to see if this can be fixed.

“Charlez.” (sigh)


It’s an honary title

In today’s entry for “a bad spelling of Schulz”, I come across Charles Scmulz, honary chairman, having his name abused in his hometown paper, the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, in 1972. And still he fares better than poor Allen Gummer, who got no present. 40 SHARES Share Tweet this thing …

A Charlie Brown Christmas
The misrecording of history

We just finished this Peanuts Christmas jigsaw puzzle, which takes element fromĀ A Charlie Brown Christmas and kicks out characters like Violet and 5 who actually did the work developing those moves, and replaces them with more popular characters. It’s like when they make the big-screen adaptation of your favorite video …

I can’t even pronounce this

AAUGH Blog reader Alan pointed out to me that in the UK, Amazon is offering a book of the writings of the great Charles M. Shculz. I checked, and it’s available in the US as well… only we have the edition that was published in 1656…. which is before there …