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"Don't believe everything you think"
The basics: I'm British, I'm female, and I have two children
My mild-mannered alter ego: I work in healthcare marketing.
My secret identity: when I fill out my fantasy CV in my head, then of course I'm really a writer. Well, aren't we all? And actually, having (just) had my first acceptance from a publisher, I guess I can now declare that I really am a writer. Who knew?
If you liked that: you can also find me over at fanfiction.net, where I am KittyUK. http://www.fanfiction.net/u/1541909/KittyUK
You may spot the influence of my children in my choice of fandoms. I'm just saying, is all.
Three special powers: I can get my whole fist in my mouth; I can recite "The Cat In The Hat" from memory; I can use the word "strategic" in a meeting and mean it. Okay, maybe the last one is more like a fatal flaw than a special power. Ho hum.
Three fatal flaws: 1) I can't work FaceBook (which, being honest, is something of a weakess in a marketeer). I did actually open an account once, and then found myself staring at a page which was almost blank apart from the sinister message; "You have no friends". I freaked out, closed the page down and haven't been back since.
Stuff that inspires me: I adore writing to challenge ("Angels" came out of a request from two friends for a Christmas present, and almost all of my work comes out of idle conversations with people over a dinner-table or via email).
Brit-critter: I can't help it, sorry! In deference to the fact that most of my fanfiction readers seem to be based on the US side of the pond, I did try to write in American English for a while, but apparently I failed. So I've given up. I hereby formally apologise for all the knickers, wardrobes, bins, taps, nappies and extra letter "u"s in the middle of words.
If a bear and a crocodile got into a fight, who would win? If you've got any thoughts on this one, do please send me a message and let me know. You'll be contributing to an important world-wide discussion on the subject, I promise.
You'll never hear me say: I'm not writing that, it's too weird.