When BLOT sat down with Girl in Pieces author Kathleen Glasgow, we asked her 10 quick-fire questions so you can get to know the New York Times #1 bestselling author better.
You can read the full article from our interview with Kathleen, From Girl in Pieces to author at the top, here.
Q1. If you could have written any book by another author, which would it be?
Kathleen: A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle – I first read it when I was ten and I still think about it everyday. Something deeply touched me about Meg’s story and it’s stayed with me.
Q2. Who is your favourite author?
Kathleen: I very much enjoy books by Courtney Summers, Tiffany Jackson, Ruth Ware, Tana French, and lots of others.
Q3. What’s your favourite way to unwind?
Kathleen: Movies, TV, music and my pets.
Kathleen has been giving talks at universities and schools across America to inspire a younger generation of writers.
Q4. Where’s your favourite place to read?
Kathleen: On the couch.
Q5. An interesting fact about yourself that nobody knows?
Kathleen: I don’t think I’m interesting at all
Q6. How would you describe yourself in three words?
Kathleen: Short, sad, starry-eyed.
Q7. Which of your books is your favourite?
Kathleen: I can’t pick my favourite child; they all live in my heart.
Q8. What’s your favourite red lipstick?
Kathleen: A 99 cent wet and wild lip pencil.
Q9: What would your death row meal be: starter, main and dessert?
Kathleen: I don’t want to die, so I refuse to answer this question and tempt fate.
Q10. Your last name is Glasgow, but have you ever been to Scotland?
Kathleen: Isle of Skye!
Kathleen is rarely seen without her trademark red lip.
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Yasmin is a third year journalism student at The University of Sheffield, specialising in feature writing. She has previously written for the Sheffield Tribune and women’s magazine Pick Me Up! She is particularly interested in how mental health issues are portrayed in fiction.
Favourite genres: Romance, Crime and Thrillers.