And finally…

I’m sad to say that today is my last day in the office here at Prompt.

Yes, in the manner of Stephen Duffy leaving Duran Duran just before they hit the big time, I’m off to the West Country to noodle on a mandolin while the others go on to marry supermodels and ponce about on yachts in the Caribbean wearing lime green Armani suits.

Actually I think that analogy broke down somewhere around the word ‘mandolin’, but never mind.

I’ve been at Prompt for three and half years, and in that time I’ve watched it grow from a small four-person PR agency to the 20-person, transatlantic, integrated PR and marketing consultancy it is today. I’m deeply proud to have been a part of that, and I wish Hazel and all my colleagues the very best for the future.

As for me, I’m off to live by the seaside in Cornwall, where I’ll continue to write for money. If you have something you want written, and you have some money, and if no one else can help, you know where I am*.

* Clue: I will still be here at this blog.


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