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Cathy Hopkins

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Cathy Hopkins lives in North London with her handsome husband and three deranged cats. She has had nineteen books published. The fifth book
in the Mates, Dates series, Mates, Dates, and Sole Survivors, was recently released in the U.K. Piccadilly Press has launched a new series from Hopkins,
based on the classic sleepover game of Truth or Consequences.

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Cathy Hopkins

Become a Fan

Cathy Hopkins lives in North London with her handsome husband and three deranged cats. She has had nineteen books published. The fifth book
in the Mates, Dates series, Mates, Dates, and Sole Survivors, was recently released in the U.K. Piccadilly Press has launched a new series from Hopkins,
based on the classic sleepover game of Truth or Consequences.

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My Life in 8 Words

Author Revealed

Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. Never give up.

Q. If you could acquire any talent, what would it be?

A. The ability to put down on canvas some of the visuals I see in my head.

Q. What is your favorite occupation, when you’re not writing?

A. reading and OK, I admit it, shopping.

Q. If you could meet any historical character, who would it be and what would you say to him or her?

A. Buddha. I'd say, so... what's it all about then?

Q. Who is your favorite fictional villain?

A. At the moment, I like Sue Sylvester from Glee. She gets all the best lines.

Author Voices

June 06, 2011

A new book to write. Time After Time. A book I have wanted to write for a long time. Just spoke to my dad who is also a writer. He always gives good advice when faced with the daunting page that is blank apart from the two words: chapter one. He said, 'imagine someone you are talking to and then start to tell them the story as if you are really speaking to them.' His other advice is, for the first draft, put your critical voice aside and just get it writ. There's time later for editing, revising and rewriting. It still feels like being about to jump in at the deep end though!

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