Author: Kate Evangelista
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Pub. Date: March 4, 2014
Genre: Paranromal, Young Adult
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Sixteen-year-old Selena Fallon is a dreamer. Not a daydreamer, but an I-see-the-future kind of dreamer. Normally, this is not a problem, as she has gotten pretty good at keeping her weird card hidden from everyone in her small town. But when Selena dreams of her own rather bloody death, things get a little too freaky—even for her.
When Selena learns she’s being targeted by a force bigger and darker than anything she ever imagined, she’s had enough. Despite her death dream, Selena is not going to give up easily, especially when she discovers that Dillan isn’t what he seems…and might not actually hate her after all. Dillan might be the only person who can save her.
Kate: I dreamt about my own death. Instead of freaking out about it, I did what any sane writer would do…write about it. *laughs*
Kate: Dillan. I never thought he’d have his own POV.
Jennifer: If you were going to come up with a theme song for Til Death what song would it be?
Kate: Don’t Save Me by Becca
Kate: I bake when I’m stressed. I can spend an entire day at the movies. My guilty pleasure is All You Can Eat Japanese Buffet.
Jennifer: Who are your favorite authors?
Kate: Lisa Kleypas and Suzanne Collins
Kate: My laptop.
Kate: I’m currently working on a YA contemporary romance I’m really excited about.
Kate: Thank you so much for letting me hang out here today. It’s been fun answering all your questions. If anyone has any other questions, ask me on twitter @KateEvangelista and I’ll make sure to reply. Happy reading, everyone!
When Kate Evangelista was told she had a knack for writing stories, she did the next best thing: entered medical school. After realizing she wasn’t going to be the next Doogie Howser, M.D., Kate wandered into the Literature department of her university and never looked back. Today, she is in possession of a piece of paper that says to the world she owns a Literature degree. To make matters worse, she took Master’s courses in creative writing. In the end, she realized to be a writer, none of what she had mattered. What really mattered? Writing. Plain and simple, honest to God, sitting in front of her computer, writing. Today, she lives in the Philippines and writes full-time.