A. Paper girl, Fruit picker, Party hostess with a well known burger restaurant, Estate agent, Barmaid, Market stall holder, Baby sitter, Waitress, IT Advisor
A. You really have to ask?
A. I went to St Bernard's RC School in Barrow in Furness
A. I am a supermassive Muse fan
A. Meet Joe Black
A. Glee or Lie To Me
A. Amusing, busy, musical, fun, wordy, disorganised, fur-filled, amazing
A. Whatever you do, do it well
A. Something that would mean less without my family, pets and friends
A. I am terrified of spiders and bugs. But not ladybirds - is anyone scared of them?
A. On a beach in the Maldives
A. Penelope Pitstop - cartoon characters count, right?
A. Regardless of her political views, I think Margaret Thatcher is a pretty amazing woman
A. Not learning to sing earlier
A. I can lick my own elbow - surely that's the ultimate talent?
A. See ultimate talent above
A. I'm hard-working
A. I'd like to be my cat, Taz, because she can lick the back of her own head. Are you sensing a theme here?
A. My sense of humour
A. Mr Darcy from Pride and Prejudice
A. Dracula (or possibly Mr Grumpy)
A. I'd like to meet President John F Kennedy and I'd tell him not take the open-topped car.
A. Bad singing
A. Trying to lick my nose but I only do that in private. I also like singing.
A. Musical Theatre actress
A. Loyalty, hard working and a sense of humour
A. Candy floss - I think it's a major food group in its own right
A. I couldn't possibly just choose five! Please don't make me...Well, if you insist, I like Unintended by Muse, All I Need by Air, Rule the World by Take That, Songbird by Fleetwood Mac and my guilty pleasure track would be If You're Not the One by Daniel Beddingfield. Don't tell anyone about that last one, OK?
A. I have lots of favourite authors but here are a few Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman, Robin McKinley, Jane Austen, Jill Mansell
A. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Diary of a Killer Cat by Anne Fine, Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, Beauty by Robin McKinley and The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
A. Good Omens, by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman and also Beauty by Robin McKinley
A. When the going gets tough, the good keep writing.
A. “I laughed out loud.”