See the picture above, my friend made that for me. Nice isn’t it….to have friends that is. Super!
I asked someone to describe me and they said this: ‘Hetti is a narrow yet opened minded, self obsessed but socially conscious oddball’. Should I be flattered do you think?
Anyway, here is my third person description of myself. I’ll just sit over here and twiddle my thumbs while you read it.
Hetti lives in rural Scotland. She’s not good at much but she can (surprisingly) type in a straight line – and spin a pretty good yarn – so she does this on a regular basis – whilst stuffing her face with tea and cake.
When not writing, she likes to speed dump her writing in impromptu places, leave local charity shops with a wheelbarrow to transport her books, occasionally try active mediation in a field as she wanders after sheep, or dance absurdly to cheesy eighties music, because like Rockwell, she thinks somebody IS watching. Henrietta is working on a paranormal novel. She hopes to finish it in this lifetime, but if not she’ll come back in the next.
Hetti is a fiction writer and almost novelist and a plodding freelancer. She has her own blog ‘Adoption: Rewriting Our Narratives at Psych Central and her new fb page We Are The Beautifully Weird – supporting those who are on the outside looking in. She is passionate about championing people who live with mental illness (she lives with Bipolar Disorder and anxiety herself), and also supports adult adoptees like herself, helping them cope with adoption and all it entails. She is currently organising a weekly chat for adoptees on Twitter.
She lives with her partner Mr H, their old dog, Lolpop and new puppy, Logan Montgomery Ross.
She loves cake, tea, books, music – she’s a huge fan Bowie fan, Wilde, goats, chocolate, her allotment, roasted tomatoes, and weird stuff like The occult, Kabbala, Crowley, Golden Dawn and ghosts, obviously – hard to write spooky things without spooky interests.
She hates jelly, hugs, political correctness and most people. 😂
She also hates speaking in the third person.
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