A. Happy writing in Bath, fab husband, cats, friends.
A. Never give up.
A. Home, a lazy long lunch in the sunshine with close friends and family, my husband Steve cooking (he's a great cook) cats dozng about on their backs, a jasmine scented breeze. Bliss.
A. Loss of people I love.
A. Home. I just moved to Bath and love it here.
A. God, this questionnaire is hard. Identify with? Um. OK, Einstein because he was a seeker, always looking for answers to the big questions.
A. My parents, they're both decent solid people who don't judge and who get on with life whatever it throws at them.
A. What I think is...
A. Not living nearer to my family.
A. The ability to put down on canvas some of the visuals I see in my head.
A. Really great friends.
A. God! You'd have to ask those who know me. They'd have a long list.
A. Loyalty to my friends.
A. Invisible. Imagine the fun you could have.
A. I had to call my husband to ask him this one. He said empathy and generosity. Ar. That's nice.
A. Kate from What Katie DId by Susan Coolidge. I loved those books when I was young.
A. At the moment, I like Sue Sylvester from Glee. She gets all the best lines.
A. Buddha. I'd say, so... what's it all about then?
A. People who talk in the cinema and in the quiet carriage on trains. Arghhh.
A. reading and OK, I admit it, shopping.
A. Rock and roll diva.
A. Sense of humour, integrity, generosity.
A. Chips. And Pakistani mangoes. I could live on them. Ok, that's two things...
A. Man From Mars - Joni Mitchell, Expecting to FLy - Buffalo Springfield, White Rabbit - Grace Slick and Jefferson Airoplane, You Do Something to Me - Paul Weller, Forever Young - Chrissie Hynde