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Guest Author Q&A with Kylie Scott

Dive Bar Series

Hi Kylie!
It is such a pleasure to have you here on my blog! I finished the Stage Dive series not long ago and fell in love with your writing. And the Dive Bar series is turning out just as amazing!

Thank you very much!

-    When did you start writing? Was it a hobby at first or did you always wanted to be a writer?

I’ve always been fascinated with stories and carried around notebooks since I was little. About ten years ago I had the time on my hands to give writing a serious go. My first book was awful. So I went and took lessons, attended writing conferences, and worked with a mentor. Slowly, I got better.

-        When you are not writing what genre do you enjoy reading? And do you have a ’go-to’ author?

My re-reads are “Sweet Dreams” by Kristen Ashley, “The Darkest Part of the Forest” by Holly Black, and “The Stand” by Stephen King. Mostly, I read romance, but I try to mix it up a bit to keep things fresh.

-         What other books do you have coming out this year that we should keep an eye on?

“Chaser” is out in April, “It Seems Like a Good Idea at the Time” in July, and “Strong” in September.


And for the fun of it…
-         If you were to give a soundtrack to the Dive Bar series can you think of a song or two that would be on it?

Actually, I have a whole bunch of playlists you can check out on my website: http://kyliescott.com/playlists/

-         Can you think of actors you would cast for the boys in the Dive Bar series?

I’m really not sure, sorry. I wrote Evelyn with Jennifer Lawrence in mind and Lena as Kat Dennings.

Thank you so much for taking part of this Q&A! I wish you all the luck in this world with this series and every other book you come to write. I am for sure a fan!
 
Dive Bar, Kylie Scott



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