Friday, 1 February 2013
Imaginary Friend Bloghop
Hello, and welcome to the Imaginary Friend Bloghop - in celebration of the one year anniversary of Annalisa Crawford's book, Cat and the Dreamer! I'll be co-hosting with Annalisa, and here are the details!
We want to know about your imaginary friend. What were they called? How old were you? Were they naughty or nice? If you didn't have one, were there ever times when you could really have used one? Did you ever set fire to your mum's favourite rug and have to take the blame yourself?
Annalisa will be offering a £10/$10 Amazon gift voucher for her favourite post, and I'll be offering a three chapter critique for mine.
So, my imaginary friend. Well, when I sat down to think about this, I remembered that I never really had an imaginary friend. However, that isn't entirely true. You see, I've always been a writer, even as a child. So my imaginary friends came in the form of the characters I created for my stories. They became very real for me, I used to have conversations with them in my head, and sometimes pretended they were actually with me so I could experience things with them.I never tried to make my mum set an extra place for dinner for them or anything, but I did spend a lot if time with them - often completely tuned out from the real world while I talked to my "friends."
Nothing much has really changed, to be honest LOL!
Please hop around to the other blogs participating in the hop, and have fun!