Hi there, Jan, take a seat and talk us through your ideal man. Where did he come from and who has fallen by the wayside en route?
I'm sorry, I couldn't help it. Not a great era for fashion, was it? :-) And the hair! Definitely a move in the right direction there.
So who do you like now?
And he even improved with age.
As for brains, Dr Harry in Silent Witness (actor Tom Ward) looks like the sort of chap you could have a serious discussion with before whipping off his scrubs.
When it comes to voices, Neil Oliver could tell me that marmalade was mined by elves in Dundee, and I’d believe him.
So what did you want to be in the days when you were swooning over David?
Very true. I often thought a cruise ship croupier would be a great job. Play cards all night and never lose, and then wander round sunny beaches in the day. Never quite worked out for me, though. And so what were you reading back then? Which books stand out in your memory as special?
I was a big fan of Enid Blyton’s Brer Rabbit stories when I was little. (Note to self: add to Goodreads profile!) I think the first book that made me weep was The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. I also have a memory of being off school ill and tucked up in bed with Jane Eyre.
Great stories all. And what about your writing? We'd better not forget that.
And more recently, French Kisses, December 2013, both novella-length e-books, published by Endeavour Press Ltd.
http://amzn.to/1gE208E Both doing very well it seems. Loads of great reviews. Good luck, Jan, and thanks for stopping by.
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