Sunday, 3 February 2013

The start of the Cat and The Dreamer Tour


Thank you to everyone who took part in the Imaginary Friends bloghop on Friday - I had a great time reading everyone's posts. There were some really inventive twists on the theme - and I really can't believe how many of you didn't have imaginary friends. Because I had them, I was convinced it was really common, but apparently it's not. Now I have to decide whether I'm the normal or abnormal one!!

Kyra and I will be announcing our winners tomorrow, so don't forget to check us out!




Today though is the start of the Cat and The Dreamer blog tour. My novella has reached its first birthday, so I thought it was a great time to have a tour and look back over the past year. Each post on the tour will have a different theme.

Today I'm at Linda King's blog talking about books - you might be able to guess which books feature!

I'm also being interviewed by Ailsa Abraham and Cameron Lawton. If you haven't met them yet, you really don't know what your missing, and I urge to you pop over and check them out!

16 comments:

  1. I was so sorry I missed your Imaginary Friends bloghop :( I had fully planned to tell you about Lucy, my imaginary friend who lasted until I moved house when I was ten (she clearly preferred to stay in Newcastle when we moved to Newark). My biggest memory of her was my elder sister's constant outrage at the ridiculousness of talking to, and about something, which clearly didn't exist (she had a point) and my younger sisters acting (as my parents did) as if it was perfectly normal to set an extra place at the table for an imaginary friend and apologise on her behalf for not managing her meal.
    Sigh, those were the days.
    Looking forward to the novella tour!

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    1. Older sisters certainly can be cruel - I'm one, but I think I'm much nicer now :-)

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  2. I never had an imaginary friend, at least not one that I can remember. Hope your book tour goes very well, Annalisa!

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  3. You tour will be fun and I look forward to visiting these other blogs. Fun February indeed.

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  4. I'll stop by Lydia's blog and say hello.

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  5. You're as normal as I am. That might not be much comfort, I admit.

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    1. Abnormal is the new normal, Patsy - and we're both okay :-)

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  6. Unfortunately I missed your blog tour owing to lots of goings on in my non-internet life - but I'll be checking out your blog tour.

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    1. That's okay Maria - my life almost got in the way on Friday too :-)

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  7. I already came across Linda's blog. Yay for the kick off of Cat and the Dreamer's anniversary blog tour!

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