Monday 20 June 2016

Blog Tour: Day 6, crying on Yolanda's shoulder

'Tis the start of the second week of my tour. Has anyone read You. I. Us. yet?

I've had a couple of people from my home town tell me that one of the stories especially is making them quite emotional - both of them were men! Is it just me who likes to provoke that kind of reaction in my readers?

Coincidentally, I'm talking about stories that have made me cry over on Yolanda Renee's Defending the Pen blog today.

To counterbalance all this crying, here's a photo that makes me very happy - my sister and me on a weekend away a couple of years ago. I'm on the right!


  1. Glad to have you visiting today Annalisa! Emotional writing is a great topic. I've always wondered if what makes us cry as writers translates to the reader.
    Happy touring!

  2. Hi Annalisa - now who would've known that was you ... let alone your sister - a sleuth story next? Interesting comments you had though .. good luck with the tour .. cheers Hilary

  3. I love books that make me emotional.

  4. different stories can strike emotions in varying ways. You have a gift with your words to trigger some deep stuff. (love the pic)

  5. If you can make men emotional and get them to admit it, too, you've written one fabulous book!

    Love that image of you and your sister.


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