Q&A With Kate Bromley
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Q&A With Kate Bromley
Today I am doing a Q&A With author Kate Bromley, who is the author of two romantic comedies “Talk Bookish to Me,” and “Here for the Drama.”
Q: If you had to choose which book, so far was your favorite to write?
A: I’d probably have to say Here for the Drama. When I was ready to start brainstorming for my second novel after writing Talk Bookish to Me, I asked myself what I wanted to write about, and I remember thinking that I should try to incorporate all my favorite things, since this was the world I was going to be in for the next year. So, when jotting down a list of things that make me happy, I came up with romance, London, and the theater. Creating a book around these themes made writing Here for the Drama so wonderfully escapist for me. It was a joy to work on and it really was a process of me writing the book that I wanted to read.
Q: What advice do you have for anyone wanting to be a writer, especially those who want to write romantic comedies like you do?
A: One piece of advice I always give to anyone wanting to be a writer is to truly believe and know that you’re capable of achieving this goal. For a majority of my life, I thought writing a book and getting published was impossible, but that just isn’t the case. It’s an attainable goal, and by extension, you then have to realize that writing is deserving of your time. Write as often as you can and continue to edit and make your book better and stronger until you’re ready to start researching the publishing process and getting your manuscript into the hands of agents.
Q: What were your favorite books you’ve read so far this year?
A: It Happened One Summer by Tessa Bailey, The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood, and Set on You by Amy Lea.
Q: Does Hollywood have the rights to any of your novels yet?
A: Not yet, but hopefully someday!
Q: Are you writing a new novel now? If so can you spoil a little
bit about it?
A: Yes, I’m working on my third novel as we speak! I don’t know
how much I’m allowed to reveal yet, but it’s a romantic comedy set in Italy
that will most likely be out next summer.