If I won the lottery, I would rescue as many animals as I could.
I am reclusive, so the solitary writer’s life suits my introverted personality.
I wanted to be a romantic novelist when I was 18 but life had other plans for me until much later.
I love my maiden name ‘Jolliffe.’
My daughter was born on my 29th Birthday, the best present ever. 🙂
I have a phobia about enclosed spaces.
I am at my happiest walking, with my husband and dogs in the countryside.
I hate crowds.
Mushrooms are my favourite food.
I would love to research my family tree and write some novels about the things I discover.
Answer the questions set for you by the nominator.
1 . Do you dream much?
I think I probably dream more than I realise but I usually remember things from my dreams at least a couple of times a week.
2 How would you describe yourself?
I am an optimistic person, who is at my happiest reading, spending time with my family,walking with my dogs and of course writing.
3 Why did you start blogging?
I started blogging when I’d finished writing The Dragon Legacy, as a way of communicating with other writers and my potential readers. It was a good decision. Now two years and over 400 posts later, I love doing it and amazingly people seem to like reading, my writing journey posts and book reviews, which is very rewarding.
4 If you could spend a year anywhere in the world where would it be?
Northumberland. Its such a beautiful unspoilt place full of rugged coastline, castles and stunning countryside. Living there for a year would be a dream come true.
5 Have you ever broken the law?
Not to my knowledge. I’m too much of a worrier 😦
6 How would you describe your year this far?
Frustrating to start with because I was doubting my ability to make it as a writer but as I say I’m an optimist so I carried on and now I am writing and enjoying sharing some of my work on #wattpad. Its encouraging when you can see how many people have read your work.
7 What do you hope for most career-wise?
I would love to build up a following for my books and make a living as a writer.
8 What’s your favourite alcoholic drink?
9 What are you most afraid of losing?
My close family, I have already lost my mum and dad and it still hurts everyday.
10 Who would you most like to dream of?
No one person. My dreams are always full of action and symbolism. If I remember them, I enjoy interpreting them, looking for the hidden meanings.
11 What’s your favourite karaoke number?
Nominate 11 Bloggers for this award and set 11 questions for them to answer.