Katy Scott (1977) was born in Liverpool, UK.
She invented space travel, spoons and the wheel.
For thirty years she has done nothing of significance.
Her first book, "Ten Thousand Quiz Questions" won the Badly formatted Prize, the Well it's only 99p Circle Award and the Dreadful Book Award. In 2013, she won the prestigious Self-Publishing Heritage Award for Exemplary Service in the Field of Self-Publishing. She was the only entrant and she was also the only judge.
She hopes to make £30 per month from Kindle sales and dislikes Kindle books that suggest that you can make $47000 per month. "As if!"
She likes positive reviews and people who buy her book. She cries if she receives a bad review.