Where I Write with Dina Silver, author of Kat Fight & One Pink Line

Where I Write with Dina Silver, author of Kat Fight & One Pink Line

We’ve been treated to yet another insight into an author’s magic writing room. Today we’re in the hands of Dina Silver, whose new book Kat Fight is out TODAY.

Congrats Dina!

Find out more about Dina and Kat Fight below the post, and check out her kitty – what a cutie!

– Laura

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My office is my favorite room in the house, and pretty much where I do most everything. It’s a really wonderful room right off the front entry that gets tons of light, and has room for a big couch as well. Typically, there is a cat either on the desk, on my chair, or on the computer. The reason I have my laptop in front of my larger desktop screen, is because my desktop computer functions only on every other Thursday, and is a complete dinosaur in the tech world…but I can’t bear to part with it quite yet. 

 

I spend/waste a great deal of time in this room, and am so grateful my husband hasn’t attempted to infiltrate it with sports memorabilia yet.

 

 
 

 

 

 About Kat Fight from Dina Silver

The seriously funny, fabulously flawed Kat Porter has arrived, and she may just steal your heart—not to mention your boyfriend.

Readers everywhere will revel in this sharp-witted, well-meaning whirlwind in author Dina Silver’s hilarious new novel, Kat Fight. In her quest for love, Kat makes every wrong turn, juggling two men, one best friend, and her own deeply confused heart’s desires. Kat Porter is a consummate romantic, eager for her chance to find love and commitment. But after her boyfriend of four years, Marc, begins to grow apathetic and sends her calls straight to voicemail one too many times, Kat finally musters the courage to confront her so-called sweetheart, who seems more interested in dodging her than courting her. Though she’s no fan of ultimatums, Kat is at the end of her considerable wits, and lobs a massive one his way, completely confident that he’ll make the right decision when faced with losing her. He doesn’t.

With radio silence from Marc, Kat’s lifelong dream of finding a husband and forging a family is decidedly on the skids. That’s when her childhood friend Julie steps in, forcing Kat on a blind date to help her move beyond the break-up. Not only does Kat botch the setup, she instead finds herself in hot pursuit of Julie’s love interest, Ryan Sullivan. A man who, in addition to literally taking her breath away, is the living, breathing personification of everything Kat wants in a husband.

Can Kat connect with the man of her dreams without hurting two of the people she cares most about? At the same time, she must also contend with the quips of her beloved catty coworker Adam, her bi-polar boss Brooke, and a string of comic, unpredictable plot twists. All the while, Kat’s cheeky perspective and generous heart will leave readers adoring every moment of her journey while chuckling and cheering for the ever cute, razor-sharp Kat as she fights to land the love of a lifetime.

About the author

A graduate of Purdue University, Dina Silver has spent the past fifteen years feeding her red wine habit by working as a copywriter in the advertising industry. In addition to writing ad copy, she formed Dinas Ideas (dinasideas.com), a greeting card company, in 2003. Dina serves as the sole writer and designer for the business and has penned over 300 greeting cards since its inception. After seeing the bulk of her professional prose on brochures and direct mail pieces, she is delighted to have made the transition to novelist this year.

Additionally, she enjoys talking about herself in the third person.

Find out more about Dina at http://www.dinasilver.com/

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4 thoughts on “Where I Write with Dina Silver, author of Kat Fight & One Pink Line

  1. Love the clean lines of this workspace! And my heart lurched when I saw your cat–she looks so much like my (former) feline writing buddy. Dreamboat eyes and even a little inspiration there. Could you stop by Bloomington and help me sort out MY office so it will be equally gorgeous and inspiring? 🙂

    • Definitely inspiration from animals over here as well 🙂 My dog likes watching the cursor of my mouse. He’s sat on my lap as we speak, mesmerized by it. So funny!


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