So, Kathryn, with twin baby girls, how on earth do you organise your writing day?
My writing routine is a bit ad hoc at the moment: I write when the girls have gone to bed, when they're settled and when I've done all the 'mummy' chores. When I open my laptop, I can relax and so my writing time is extremely precious.
How do you deal with a bad day - writer's block, bad review, low self esteem?
I try and remember all the positive things that people have said about 'Moody not Broody' or I put on an episode of 'Only Fools and Horses' because it ALWAYS makes me laugh and, therefore, I can escape the bad thoughts.
'Moody Not Broody' contained a lot of humour. Is that something you find easy to write and do you like a good dollop of it when reading?
Thanks for that compliment. :-) I found that writing humour was the natural direction for me. When I wrote 'Moody not Broody' I worked full-time as a teacher, so getting up at 5.30 in the morning to write was sometimes hard. However, writing humour got me out of bed with a smile on my face. When I read fiction I like to read a wide range of genres. Plus, I often read sitcom scripts as I find they are a good source of escapism, too.
So - fantasy time! You're going to be interviewed on a chat show! Whose is it and why?
This is in a dream world, but I'd love to go on Graham Norton's show because he is incredibly funny. He'd be the sort of person I'd love to try and have banter with.
Another mad one! Big Brother are doing an Indie Writers Special - would you?!
Definitely not! I would embarrass myself repeatedly and I don't think I could put my pride back together again.
QUICK FIRE ROUND
Planner or Winger?
Night or Morning?
Definitely a morning bird.
Doer or procrastinator?
Writing/first draft or editing?
I like editing.
Tea or coffee?
Tea tea tea tea tea!
You can follow Kathryn on Twitter @funnyiswrite, Facebook and her website.
Her next book will be called 'Second Hand' and is based around four characters working in a charity shop. WATCH THIS SPACE!
Thanks so much for joining me Kathryn. Next week I chat to author Francis Potts.
* Fellow chicklit writer Elle Field has released a new novel 'Geli Voyante's Hot or Not' - check it out here.
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* My editing continues to take a back seat as I care for my recovering mum. I'll/we'll get there but slowly. My Christmas novella SHOULD hit the shelves by the end of the month - thanks to some lovely friends who have been proof reading in my absence, and my full length December novel is being edited sporadically. Sometimes you have to wear lots of hats and juggle - and sleep on a floor when you can!