Jack Dee has been using lockdown to write a new book in which he offers advice to fans
To be involved, you can tweet your questions to the comedian via the hashtag #AskJack
The book, published in October 2021, will feature fans' problems, alongside Dee's advice
Jack Dee is writing a book in which he answers questions from fans.
The currently un-titled book is scheduled for publication in October 2021, and Dee is now soliciting questions via Twitter. The stand-up says: "Thank you for reading this. I wanted to update you on what I've been up to.
"During lockdown I have retrained online as a psychotherapist and am now open for business. It was an arduous four hours study but worth it, as I now have a certificate of completion from The Ruislip College Of Advansed Learning (sic). And that means that I am fully qualified to handle most stuff.
"If you have an emotional, relationship, work or other issue that you need help with, or if you've just totally lost your shit and can't take it anymore, tweet it using #askjack.
"If not, then please share this with someone you might know who is fucked up and needs a good talking to. Don't forget to use #askjack.
"I look forward to being able to help you. It's what I'm good at."
The message concludes: "My publishers have insisted I tell you that I haven't [qualified as a psychotherapist] and I am in no way qualified to give you advice."
Jack Dee has been very busy during lockdown and would like to update everybody on what he's been up to.
While the nation has been baking bread and clearing out cupboards, Jack has retrained online as a psychotherapist and is now open for business. After FOUR HOURS study, he has a certificate of completion from The Ruislip College of Advansed Learning [sic].
If you have an emotional, relationship, work or other issue that you need help with, or if you've just totally lost your sh*t and can't take it anymore, then he would love to hear from you.
This book will be a rich compendium of your problems along with Jack's unique, very professional, advice.
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