The ‘how to make church brilliant‘ cartoon is, as I think I’ve mentioned, available on a postcard. The postcards are A5 with the picture on the front and space to write on the back along with the CartoonChurch.com web address and a small promotional sentence or two about the site. There is even a space for a stamp. The postcards do have an ever so slightly glossy surface both sides, so you might need to choose the pen you use with care.
I’ve got lots of postcards to give away to readers of this blog. Postage to the UK costs very little, so I’ll send them to as many UK people as want them until I close this offer. I don’t have unlimited funds to post them outside the UK, but I will send them to the first ten readers outside the UK to respond. I hope that is fair. Here’s how to get yours:
Send an e-mail to me at dave (at) cartoonchurch.com with the subject ‘Cartoon postcards’. Please include a postal address in the e-mail, even if I already have your address (it just makes the whole process quicker for me).
I’ll send you 5 postcards unless you particularly ask me for more. If you (for example) have lots of vicar friends or church magazine editor buddies you can send them to then I’ll be very happy to provide you with more. If you can send one to someone who might conceivably be interested in signing up for one of my licences then that would be highly appreciated, but the postcards are yours to do as you wish with.
I won’t pass your postal or e-mail address on to anyone else and I won’t send you junk mail. I will assume though that if you are happy for me to send you postcards on this occasion you would be happy for me to send you something similar in the future, so if for instance I was to produce a different postcard next year you wouldn’t mind being sent one. If you are adamant that you never want to hear from me ever again please say so (nicely) in the e-mail. Thank you!
Update: Thanks for all the e-mails and kind comments contained therein. At the time of writing (21:25 BST on Tuesday) I’ve had 29 e-mails and only 5 of them non-UK ones, so more are welcome.