Sunday, 20 January 2013

Getting about ...

No, I've not been away in the van again.

Which reminds me, I didn't post any pictures from that trip.


You may have thought you'd got away with it, but here they are!

 I have been visiting a few blogs though. I've just been at Sarah's (and here), before that I visited Monique and Barbara and on Monday I'll be over at Linda's.
















                           



Do you fancy being interviewed yourself? LInda and Sarah are both looking for authors to interrogate. (I'm kidding, they'll be gentle with you)

Which would you rather do, ask the questions or answer them?


Thank you so much to everyone who's already bought A Year and a Day, to those who've reviewed it and/or helped with the promotion. I really appreciate your support.


 Right, I'm off again - to try to find some more free to enter writing contests.



37 comments:

  1. Wow where have you been? It looks wonderful.

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    1. That's Dover. Most are taken from up on the cliffs overlooking the ferry port. The last one is the Bleriot memorial which is quite close.

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  2. Great photos to remind us of a time when it was above zero degrees

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  3. lovely pictures - wish we hadn't had to cancel our van trip to Spain now. Would love to know where they are? And many thanks for the links to Linda and Sarah - a lifeline for us authors.

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    1. These were taken in Dover. We go there quite often. I hope you're able to arrange another trip soon (our van hasn't been further than France, but we're working on that!)

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  4. It might have been above zero but I don't see much sunshine - no shadows!

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    1. Lizy, that's what sunny looks like in England in December! You've got spoilt over there and forgotten. (Actually it wasn't too bad, especially as it rained the few days before we went and rained after our trip.

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  5. Wonderful photos! And I'd much rather be asked the questions.

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    1. Is that our cue to interrogate you, Alex?

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    1. Thanks, Annalisa. I was pleased to get that.

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  7. Hi Patsy ... one day on your trip up to Dover .. we must meet somewhere .. preferably when it's warmer!! Perhaps at Herstmonceux castle or hereabouts ... ?

    Interesting to see the Bleriot site too ... I've been watching the Selfridge tv series ... I'm not sure how much I'm enjoying it ... but for now I'm watching ... tonight again ...

    You've picked the cold winter weather up in the photos .. might have been only rain then ... it's just plain unpleasant now ... cheers Hilary

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    1. I've never heard of Herstmonceux, Hilary - but if you can be there and there's a castle then I want to visit.

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  8. Great pictures! I'm so jealous.
    I love asking questions, but I think I'll enjoy answering them, too, if I ever have something interesting to talk about! ;)

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    1. Dover (or at least parts of it) is lovely, Rachel.

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  9. I love seeing other people's photos when they've been out and about.I'd like to be well known enough to answer the questions but until then will have to be content with asking them!

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    1. Glad you like the photos, Wendy.

      I don't think it's just well known people who are interesting, but I suppose it helps a bit.

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  10. Thanks for sharing the photos,their beautiful.

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  11. Great pictures. Love the one with the splash of blue sky.

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    1. I took that one because I liked the colours, Tracy.

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  12. Thanks for the link, Patsy. I'm doing Sarah's questionnaire now.

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  13. i just enjoyed staring at the photos, love love it!!

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  14. Oh wow, your photos are lovely. I especially like the rugged hills.

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    1. Thanks, Lynda. Our coastline does provide some interesting scenery.

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  15. I guessed Dover as my hubby worked on the channel tunnel before he retired. We spent some happy times down there.

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  16. Lovely photos, I like this time of the year.

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    1. I'd like winter better if it didn't go on so long. A couple of weeks would be enough for me.

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