Welcome, Sue, pull up a chair. Settle down with a nice cup of tea and then tell me...Who would be your ideal man?
Ah yes, fictional man, we do so love him.
Mmm. M-hm. Yep, that works for me. Sorry? Oh yes, Sue. Should I shrink that picture down a bit, do you think? No, I don't think so.
So we have your ideal man in full technicolour, what about the nursery slopes? How did you fare back then?
Love it! Yes, we wouldn't want to stray too close to real life, would we? Well, let's see what I can come up with for that then...
No, it's no good, I cannot find a hot picture of John Wayne ;-)
Okay, this will do. David Cassidy - I take it it's not the grown-up version we're aiming at - but yes, I think the teenage me would definitely have liked him as a lad...
I wanted to be a professional show jumper – this involved marrying aforementioned Nick Skelton.
Well I think he certainly deserves a picture too, then. Don't you?
Anything by Enid Blyton although I was particularly fond of ‘The Mystery of …’ series.
The Fog by James Herbert – I think I was about 13 when I read this and, despite it frightening the life out of me, I couldn’t put it down.
The Scold’s Bridle which I read when I was about 16 and was when I discovered Minette Walters. I went on to read many of her books afterwards.
What a well-rounded reader you were! So books, then? We can't let you go without mentioning your latest release. It's called The United States of Love and it's out now.
This fantastic read is available now in digital formats, so rev up your readers and go and buy yourselves a copy. Amazon uk
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Thanks so much for inviting me on your blog, Wendy, it's been really good fun.
You are very welcome, Sue. Send my love to the south.