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Five Things about Kate Noble

I have met Kate–like most of my writing friends–online. Via blogs and Twitter and Facebook, but the real test of an author is how you like their stories. Hers are great. So if you haven’t met her before, here are Five Things About Kate Noble.

1. Did you have a nickname growing up? I had several. Katie, being the simplest, and longest lasting. Goldilocks and Buckwheat perhaps the more interesting.

2. Do you celebrate when you finish a book and what you do? When the deadline is bearing down on me, and I can see the finish line in the distance, I will go buy a bottle of cheap champagne. Then, whenever I open the fridge, there it is, staring at me, reminding me I should be writing. As soon as I type ‘The End’, whether it be 11AM or 2AM, I’ll pop that baby open and pour myself a glass.

3. If you could go on a date with any superhero, who would you choose and why? Well, I suppose I’m going to have to say the Hulk, simply because my wonderful boyfriend has written a couple of Hulk and She-Hulk comics for Marvel. But, if I wasn’t being a loyal girlfriend, I would likely choose Captain America. There’s just something about a good old-fashioned corn-fed American guy with nice manners and a strong moral center that happens to be a genetically enhanced super soldier, you know?

4. If you were not writing, what job would you have? When I was a kid, I wanted to be a Disney animator. In fact, I studied TV and Film production in college, so I would likely be behind a camera somewhere. Although secretly, I would love to be a pottery-making/world-travelling/soul-singing/polylingual/race car-driving lifestyle guru. Do you know of any job openings in that field?

5. Most embarrassing song on your iPod. Clay Aiken’s version of Bridge Over Troubled Water. No contest.

6. If you were going to an island for a long time, name 5 things you would bring. I’m going to assume this island is populated by a 5 star hotel and resort, yes? (EB: Yeah, sure. It has a resort and electricity, wink) If so, here’s my list:

  1. The Boyfriend.
  2. The Credit Cards.
  3. A significant portion of the TBR pile.
  4. Contact lenses.
  5. My smart phone. Not only is it a GPS for when we get lost, but I have a sad Angry Birds addiction.

Everything else I can buy, right?

EB: Let’s hope so. Because when the smart phone runs out of power, and the Angry Birds are gone and you can’t listen to Clay Aiken, girlfriend, you’re in trouble.

Kate has two stories releasing next Tuesday: the full length novel, If I Fall, available in print and ebook, and a special e-novella, The Dress of the Season. To learn more about Kate and her wonderful historical romances, visit www.katenoble.com.

7 comments to “Five Things about Kate Noble”

  1. Dottie Legatos
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      · March 29th, 2012 at 7:12 am · Link

    I absolutely LOVE Kate Noble’s books!!! If I Fall is pre-ordered!



    • Kate Noble
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        · March 30th, 2012 at 12:42 pm · Link

      Thanks, Dottie! I hope you enjoy it!



  2. Ora
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      · March 29th, 2012 at 8:30 am · Link

    I love your books. I’ve been a long time waiting for this one. I am not a very patient person, so after I finished reading Follow Your Lead (the day it was released) I was more than ready to start reading If I Fall. I know the wait is worth it.
    I am addicted to angry birds too. I’ve just recently discovered angry birds in space…so much more addicting than the orignal.



    • Kate Noble
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        · March 30th, 2012 at 12:41 pm · Link

      There’s Angry Birds in Space????? (rushes off to order app…)



  3. Mandy
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      · March 29th, 2012 at 11:01 am · Link

    Loe Kate Noble’s Books. I don’t know how many times I read Compromised, Revealed and the Summer of you. I cannot wait for If I fall



    • Kate Noble
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        · March 30th, 2012 at 12:41 pm · Link

      Thanks, Mandy!



  4. wendy pariseau
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      · March 31st, 2012 at 5:18 pm · Link

    If this book is half as good as follow my lead – it will still be to die for! can’t wait for my pre-order to arrive on my kindle!



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