special guest is romance author K.T.
Castle. She’s chatting with me about her contemporary new romance, The Bridesmaids Checklist: Laura’s Wedding
her virtual book tour, K.T. will be awarding paperback
copies of The Bridesmaid’s Checklist Series and a $10 Amazon gift card
(US/Mexico only) to one randomly selected commenter and digital copies of The
Bridesmaid’s Checklist Series and a $10 Amazon gift card (international) to a
second randomly selected commenter. To be entered for a chance to win, use the form below. To increase your
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forms, and colors to materialize the worlds and people of her imagination. She never
saw herself as an incurable romantic, but lately, that’s what she finds herself
musing about. Love is found everywhere, regardless if it comes from a nice person,
an ass — mundane or even vampire. When she’s not busy with work, in front of a
computer placing many thoughts in order, she makes her best to be creative or
relax with a good book and a snack. Some of her favorite characters are Sookie,
Rule and Shaw, Bella, Edward, Clary, Jace, Wrath, Hollywood, Blaire, Woods,
Ethan, the Sleeping Beauty, and Ariel.
with the wedding of Kassandra’s friends. It is a romance at heart, but it also
deals a lot with friendship. Unexpectedly, Laura gives Kassie a call, letting
her know that she’ll marry. Now Kassandra will be the only single friend and
she starts questioning her life.
discovers Laura is marrying her ex-boyfriend. How can she tell her friend about
their past relationship? Specially when she’s the only one of her girlfriends
dealing with all wedding preparations and only finds support on the best man, a
handsome, charming, womanizer she’s been avoiding for years.
Excerpt from The Bridesmaids
Checklist: Laura’s Wedding:
From Chapter 4
definitely someone I knew. Someone I actually had been avoiding for quite some
beautiful blond said to me.
and pubs around the city. He was always well accompanied by attractive ladies,
but that didn’t stop him from hitting on me. Persistently, he’d tried for the
past couple years to get my number and into my panties.
not really. We had a history of not having a history. He was an artfully known
womanizer in the circles we frequented. Knowing exactly what I’d be getting
myself into if I ever decided to tap that drop-dead gorgeous body of his, I had
no choice but to reject him over and over again.
lips. He didn’t look offended. I guess he was used to my rejections by now.
“Nice to see you, too,” the handsome man said. “I like knowing that you miss
marrying my best friend.” And I really didn’t.
marrying Laura. I’m Ed’s friend. Name’s Josh, remember?”
thought I had to talk Laura into canceling the wedding.
What exciting story are you working on
I have several projects in mind.
For starters, finishing the BCL series. Laura and Marisol had their wedding.
Natalie’s Wedding will be published in early 2018. Then Denise and Kassie will
get to tell their story.
edit and publish as soon as I can. But it needs a lot of work! So, I might take
a year for it to be ready for your eyes.
There’s a couple other romance stories that
I’m writing, and I’ll make the time to finish them and have them publish.
When did you first consider yourself a
Comic books first, retelling the funny stories of my friends. Then some poetry.
But I’ve never consider myself a writer until I decided it was time to publish…
which was a year ago. So I’m a very very young writer.
Do you write full-time? If so, what’s
your work day like? If not, what do you do other than write and how do you find
time to write?
that one day I can do it.
I’m assistant principal of one of the best schools in the world. I love my work
and enjoy it very much. It is also challenging and demanding, and so very worth
But, when I’m writing a book, I create a plan and follow it as much as I can.
I’ve done Nanowrimo for two years in a row, and the aim is to write at least
10,000 words a week, so I know I have to write at least an hour a day on
weekdays and six over the weekend. It doesn’t seem like much, but it can be
hard and I’m proud to say I can handle it.
would you say is your interesting writing quirk?
Something peculiar I do is that
I write in my living room, sitting on the couch with the computer in my lap and
Raven, my schnauzer baby, beside me. I have a desk, and I use it. I also write
on the bed sometimes. But my favorite spot is the couch… very Sheldon-Cooper-like.
several playlist depending on my mood and the type of scene I’m writing.
Sometimes I found it distracting, so I go to YouTube and use Japanese anime
songs so I can concentrate on writing and not on singing the lyrics of my
As a child, what did you want to be when
you grew up?
When younger I wanted to be a
singer and actress. Later on, an accountant like my step-father. By senior
year, I wanted to be a Disney Imagineering. I’ve always had a passion for art,
in many forms: drawing, painting, music, writing, …
Anything additional you want to share
with the readers?
A random fact about me is that
I’m a bit obsessive. If I start a book I have to finish it, my pillows have to
be aligned a certain way, all pens with caps, all margins aligned. I like
everything in order and there’s usually a reason behind said particular order.
My friends always mock me about having OCD, until my best friend decided that
it wasn’t that but more like aspergers. Now he calls me Annie Aspergers. I like
it, I’m proud of my nickname in a way 🙂 I like order and I am obsessive, so it
doesn’t bother me.
for being a guest on my blog!
visit. Hope I return soon!!