Today we're off to visit Sally Quilford, long time blogger friend and talented short story writer.
Sally Quilford has had 50 stories, articles and poems published in print, including publications such as Yours Fiction Special, The Weekly News, My Weekly, Dark Horizons and others. She has also been placed in 27 competitions including Leaf Books (twice), Momaya, Milton Keynes Speakeasy, The British Fantasy Society, The New Writer and Teifi Scribblers.
She is also a regular contributor to the Amazon Shorts programme and recently became a columnist with Writers Forum magazine, with a column based on her popular writing competition calendar.
(And she's one of the co-judges in my short story competition).
You'd expect someone with Sally's credentials to ask me some very serious writerly questions, wouldn't you?
You'd be wrong (she's a lot more fun that that!).
Click the link below to find out about my most embarrassing moment, whether I think the Loch Ness monster is real and whether I've ever been cornered in a round room...