Today I have the pleasure of welcoming the lovely Annalisa Crawford as part of her Cat & The Dreamer Blog Tour. Welcome, Annalisa it's great to have you here.
It's been a year since my novella Cat and The Dreamer was published! There have been lots of changes in my own life in that time, and I started to wonder what else had changed...
Thank you Suzanne for inviting me over today!
Today's topic: TV!
This seemed like such a good idea at the time, to write about TV - after all, I have a TV, I watch TV... It turns out, I don't so much watch it as have it on in the background. Hubby is the one who watches TV - I pick out of the shows he's watching. For example, in 2012 he watched Alcatraz, The Newsroom, Awake, Hell on Wheels and Arrow. And out of all of those, I watch Arrow.
If you haven't seen it, it's worth watching just for this:
That scene pretty much made my mind up!
Although it wasn't that guy so much as this guy:
Sorry, Suzanne, this post is a bit of a fail...
As a teenager, Julia survived a suicide pact, while her best friend Rachel died. Julia’s only escape from her guilt, and her mother’s over-protection, is her imagination. When Adam arrives in the office, Julia’s world takes a startling turn as she realises reality can be much more fun than fantasy. Finally she has someone who can help her make the most of her life. But can she allow herself to be truly happy?
Cat and The Dreamer is available on Kindle UK, Kindle US, Kobo, Nook, iTunes/iBooks, and via Vagabondage Press.
Annalisa Crawford lives and writes in Cornwall with a good supply of beaches and moorland to keep her inspired. She finds endless possibilities in the relationships between people. Several new projects are on the cards for 2013.
Find her on her blog, Twitter, Facebook and Goodreads.
Annalisa, your TV watching seems very much like mine! I sit in the living room with the rest of the family, the TV is on and I flick my eyes to it every now and then but mostly I'm distracted by something on my laptop or I'm catching up with blogs! It works fine for most of the stuff we watch but isn't so good if the programme is a thriller or drama when you need to concentrate. I have been known to pretend I know exactly whats going on when in reality I haven't a clue!