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September 23, 2014

.#PlottingPrincesses interview: Katherine Grey & is her favorite movie despicable? #MFRWorg

The Plotting Princesses put Katherine Grey under the microscope. So what is her despicable movie? Read on!

Let's get to know  her: When Katherine started talking to her friends about the characters in her head as though they were real people, she decided it was time to start putting all those people populating her mind along with their exploits down on paper. Friends have gotten used to Katherine's imaginary friends but still often ask, "Wait, is this a real person?" whenever she mentions someone they don't know.

Okay, Katherine, let's get down to the nitty gritty:

Favorite movie: Despicable Me
Favorite book: The Lucky Harbor series by Jill Shalvis
Last book read: Snapped by Laura Griffin
Favorite color: Yellow
Stilettos or flip-flops: Neither. Prefer flats
Coffee or tea: Tea
E-book or paperback: Paperback
Pencil or pen: Pen

Favorite song: Too many to pick just one

Streak or not: Not

Favorite dessert: Brownies

Champagne or gin: Neither

Paranormal or Historical: Both

Ginger or Mary Ann: Mary Ann

Favorite TV show: Sleepy Hollow

Hot or cold: Hot

POV: 3rd Person

I'd die if I don't have: Time to read

Blurb: Known only as Lazarus to the band of cutthroats and thieves he leads, William Prescott will do anything to find his missing sister, even blackmail a fragile young woman into helping him. But he never plans to fall in love with this mysterious woman with a troubled past.

Haunted by the memories of war, Olivia St. Germaine wants nothing more than to live a normal life. But when her brother, a doctor, suddenly leaves town without a word, she is forced to use her medical knowledge to help an injured man who puts her life in danger. Can she keep herself safe as she tends Lazarus, or is her heart more vulnerable than she realizes?

Buy Link: Amazon

Find Katherine at: Blogsite
Email: Email


Sylvia said...

Thanks for being with us today. The cover of your book is lovely and the plot sounds intriguing.

Katherine said...

Good morning Sylvia,
Thank you for having me. I agree, the cover artist did a wonderful job.

Vicki Batman, sassy writer said...

Hi, Katherine! So happy you are here with the Princesses today. I agree with Sylvia, what a beautiful cover. Why did you decide to write a historical?

Katherine said...

Hi Vicki,
Historical romances were the first type of romance novels I ever read. I was enthralled by the stories containing dukes, earls, and the Ton so when I started writing, it felt right to write historical romances.

Vicki Batman, sassy writer said...

Hi, Katherine! A lot of historical authors say the same thing about how they began writing in their genre. I started in contemporary romance and mysteries. Combined and now write romantic comedy and romantic comedy mystery!

Katherine said...

I'm working on a contemporary novel right now. It's been a lot of fun, but having only written historicals previously I have to keep an eye out for what would be considered antiquated language.

chris keniston said...

oh my what a stunning cover !

sounds like a wonderful read!

thanks for popping by Katherine - look forward to reading this :)

Katherine said...

Hi Chris,
Thanks for the compliment. I love the cover too. I hope you enjoy Lazarus & Olivia's story.

Ashantay said...

Love your cover and agree that time to read is one of life's necessities - right up there with oxygen and water.

Katherine said...

Hi Ashantay,
For me, reading is definitely right up there with oxygen and water. I read every day even if it's just a quick scan of the newspaper.

Katherine said...

Thank you to all the Princesses for allowing me to borrow your tiara for the day. I had a great time.

Karilyn Bentley said...

Hi Katherine! Thank you for stopping by! I love the cover, absolutely gorgeous. Sounds like a great read! Congrats on your release!!

Kathleen Baldwin said...

Hi Katherine!
I'm chiming in late here, but wanted to say hello and tell you I thought your plot sounds like great fun.
Thank you for stopping by the Princesses.