I (Katherine Amabel, to be exact), am an aspiring author soon to query my YA fantasy, The Hourglass Bridge. I also spend an annoyingly large part of my day having a job – one in which I’m a tele-sales coach for a wealth management and life insurance company. It’s actually not that bad – I love marketing and teaching and my role allows me to do both. And while I’m ranting about me, here’s an ice-breaker straight from my new-hire training schedule. It’s called two truths and a lie. See if you can guess what’s what:
- I once wound up in hospital because I ate a glass Christmas bauble for a dare.
- I have such an overactive imagination that sometimes when I’m home alone, I convince myself that my puppy is actually the devil and have to put her outside because I’m scared.
- I count my brushstrokes when I clean my teeth, but it has to be counted out in four lots of eight at a time (to a total of 608 strokes), and if there’s music playing I can’t do it.
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