My pseudonym is actually Kitty Merriweather but, apparently, that's too long.
I have three pen names depending on what the genre is, the other two being versions of my actual name.
But Kitty Merriweather was my first and, still is, my favourite.
I'm short and fat but not particularly ugly (well, according to my kids anyway.)
I think I'm Hilarious, especially when I'm drunk.
I am dyslexic.
I wouldn't know a subordinating conjunction from a prepositional phrase having only risen to the not so lofty heights of a D in GCSE English, but I don't care.
I know what the words mean and I know in which order they should go, I don't have to know the poncy names for them. (and it makes my spell checker go nuts, which I find very entertaining.)
I write for the thrill of the story, for my love of words, but, mostly for my sanity.
I once dated Shakin' Stevens son but he dumped me because he didn't think it was fair on the groupies [he was in a band at the time] if he couldn't hook up with them.
Yeah, That guy.
My Favorites: Reading and Writing
Fiction: Action/Adventure, Crime, Erotica, Fairytales, Folklore & Mythology, General, Graphic Novel, Literary, Mystery, Novella, Romance, Sci Fi/Fantasy, Short Story, Teen, Thriller/Suspense, Women's Fiction, Young Adult/Juvenile
Non-Fiction: Cooking, Food & Wine, Crafts & Hobbies, Humor
Screenplay: Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Fantasy, General, Love/Romance, Musical, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Poetry: Fantasy, General, Narrative, Song Lyrics
All of them, only once have I read a book I did not like.
I burnt it.
In the bath,
snuggled on the sofa,
on the commute,
at work - hiding under my desk,
lunchtime, dinner time, freetime, anytime
Poems are cool, expressive without the word count.
Fiction: Action/Adventure, Crime, Erotica, Fairytales, Folklore & Mythology, General, Literary, Mystery, Novella, Romance, Sci Fi/Fantasy, Short Story, Women's Fiction
Poetry: Fantasy, General, Personal / Confessional, Romantic / Love, Song Lyrics
Do I only get to pick one?
Lady Penelope Jane Chatterley-Westborough.
Lessa, Weyrwoman of Benden Weyr - the last survivor of the Ruathan bloodline.
Can I be Legolas?
David Eddings, Terry Pratchett, Anne McCaffrey, Shelly Adina, Gail Carriger, Lily Framboise, Tolkien, Stan Lee, J K Rowling, Neil Gaiman, and on and on and on....................................