Give us the title and genre of your book and a 30-word or less tagline:
The Bad Girls' Club- chick lit.
The Bad Girls’ Club – it’s about sex, it’s about dares but most of all, it’s about friendship.
How did you come up with the idea of writing about The Bad Girls' Club?
I really liked the idea of dares so I started thinking about what would happen if a group of "nice" girls got together and dared each other to do some crazy stuff.
I think so. I'm easily tempted to do things just to prove I can and will do them. What's the worst thing that can happen? If it's just that you'll make a fool of yourself then I figure why not.
Sometimes it's fun to be a bit cheeky and see if you can get away with it.
What is the meanest thing you’ve ever said to someone?
I really hope I've never said anything mean. I can be brutally honest sometimes but that's because I care, not because I'm being malicious or nasty. I read a post on twitter the other day that said a true friend is someone who'll listen to your drama over and over. If that's the case, I'm not a "true" friend. I tell my friends to stop whinging and change their life if they don't like. What's the point of staying in a relationship or job you really hate and complaining about it all the time.
What TV sitcom family would you be a member of?
Arrested Development for sure. My family is a bit crazy like that.
About the Author
Kathryn O'Halloran is a writer living in Melbourne, Australia. Her chequered work history includes time as a computer programmer, a phone psychic, a mystery shopper, a community television star, a maker of psychedelic fake fur handbags and wielding a machete on a vegetable production line.She grew up in a small town in Tasmania, if you could say she grew up at all. She hopes never to return there.Her loves include Japan, Korean BBQ, polka dots and pretty dresses.
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