So, Kathryn, you've had some interesting jobs aside from writing - phone psychic and community television star, to name a few! (please explain) Would you ever incorporate these into a book?
I hadn't before but I am now! The phone psychic job was actually really depressing. I thought it'd be a hoot but about 90% of the calls were "I'm in love with a married man. Will he leave his wife for me?" You don't need to be a psychic to answer that. I'm sure it could be worked into a much more fun scenario than that.
As you tend to write the raunchier side of things, what happens when you have a 'headache'?!
I think about food! Like a chewy, fruit macaroon with creamy filling ... you get the idea. Then take all those emotions and put them into sex. Other than that, I guess it's like anything. How do you write an action scene when you can't be bothered getting off the couch?
What's the worst thing about writing for you?
The marketing side. I wish someone would do that for me. Someone who doesn't charge a fortune. I don't even want them to do it for me, to be honest. I'd be happy if they told me what to do. Or people could just buy my books and I wouldn't need to do anything.
Dream time. Ultimate dinner party? You can have anyone dead or alive there - who would you have and why?
I'd probably have to get some celebrity chef in so they could do all the cooking instead of me. That way everyone would make it out alive and I could relax and drink wine.
Jensen Ackles because he's so pretty!
Helena Bonham Carter because she's awesome.
And maybe someone who knows the secrets of Amazon's algorithms so I can ply them with alcohol and find out all the secrets!
Now, I'm definitely with you on that!
Could you ditch the saucy stuff and write slushy romance for the right price?
Hells yeah! For the right price I'd write just about anything. Except maybe lactation porn.
Oooh, felt just a little bit sick there! You need to distract me and describe yourself as a writer in five words.
Sassy, whimsical, risque, evocative, redolent.
Planner or Winger?
Night or Morning?
Doer or procrastinator?
Writing/first draft or editing?
Tea or coffee?
Kathryn’s book 'The Bad Girls' Club' is available on Amazon / (Amazon UK) and Goodreads. You can also visit her Facebook page, blog or follow her on Twitter.
Thank you for joining me Kathryn - it was fun. Aside from the lactating!
* * * NEWSFLASH * * *
Before I get to book-related stuff, I’d like to introduce you to a lovely lady I met on Twitter last night (@maggiewatts). She’s on a mission - with a subject very dear to my heart. Pancreatic cancer still continues to be the silent, speedy killer and very little time or money goes into research. PLEASE read her story and sign the government petition here. Go on - do your bit, and make the Misfit happy!
My December novel is ready to go for the 12th and has a yummy looking cover - watch this space ...