Hi Teresa. Now I hope you've got your blushing cheeks ready - you know how this thing goes - so let's get down to it. Tell me, who would be your ideal man?
comes across as having a fun personality) and Henry Cavill when playing Superman...
In reality my ideal man would be around 5’11, blonde hair, blue eyes, intelligent and looks after his appearance (fairly fit and dresses well), and has a great sense of humour, so that we can laugh and have a lot of fun. Not asking for a lot am I?
Do they make men like that???
Easy, Face from the A-Team AKA Starbuck in (the original) Battlestar Galactica – I have a thing for Dirk Benedict even now.
Oh, I know. I watched both of those programmes. Let me have a quick rummage here... aha! Hang on a minute... They're the same guy, surely?
Well, come to think of it, I only discovered the wonders of Bradley Cooper when I saw him in the recent remake of the A-Team. It must be Face himself I'm in love with!!!
Seriously though, you are one consistent woman. You definitely have a type, don't you?
Ha! Yes. Except when it comes to Henry Cavill :-)
No, I wanted to be a dancer... like every girl.
Ah yes. I did too. In fact I kept dancing until I was 18. Never had the shape for it, though. Sadly 'tall' and 'willowy' are not words ever used to describe my physique. ;-(
Any-who, lets get on to books. What books were you reading around the time that Dirk Benedict was on TV?
I didn’t read huge amounts when I was younger.
A fellow illiterate? Hallelujah. I thought I was the only writer on the planet who rarely read as a child. My new best bud!
Ha! I’m making up for it now. But The Hobbit and The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe stick out to me as they were read out in class. And I used to read The Black Stallion series as a girl.
I saw on your reviews, 'If you are a fan of Bridget Jones Diary you will love this!' Wow, impressive!
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