Okay. I figure most of you don't really give a damn about the exact particulars of my life, where I went to school, what my first job was, and what I do when I'm not writing. So instead I'll tell you the stuff that's actually interesting.
I write and draw with my left hand, but do everything else with my right.
My two cats are named after Marilyn Monroe's character in Some Like It Hot and the British vampire in Buffy. And they seem to have picked up a few characteristics, too.
If I warm up, I can put my feet behind my head.
I went to the same school as Jamie Oliver, and when I was sixteen, interviewed him for the school newspaper (yes, I know I said I wasn't going to babble on about school, but that bit is actually interesting. Right?).
I wrote the first Sophie book when I was 21, sold my first novella at the age of 23, and my first novel a few months later. I, Spy? was bought by Samhain a few months after my 24th birthday.
I once spent a chilly September afternoon pretending to sell drugs to small children as part of a drugs awareness campaign (the 'drugs' were Tic-Tacs and pieces of plain rice paper).
Britain declared war in Iraq on my 21st birthday.
I was born in the same city as one Spice Girl and live about ten miles from another.
I once fainted at a James Marsters concert and got to go backstage. Sadly, he wasn't there at the time.
My school was founded in 1588, and for 405 years admitted only boys. My year was the first mixed intake.
I based Sophie's cat, Tammy, on a neurotic little tabby I once had, called Candy.
My nursery-school teacher attended drama school with Helen Mirren.
The first time I took my driving test, I ran a red light about five minutes after getting in the car. And yes, that meant I failed.
I also write erotic romance under the name Cat Marsters.
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