Spreading love

Spreading love

Monday, September 18, 2017

Olympic Blues

I always wanted to write a book mixing romance and sports involving the Olympics.
That's where A Sporting Life came in: chronicling the lives of three couples whose lives revolved around either the Summer or Winter Olympics.

Here's a quick summation on A Sporting Life
        The road to a championship can be difficult. A Sporting Life shares the details of four athletes chasing medals and love. 
        -Sparks fly between unlikely medalist candidates Robin Friesz and Inga Johan in Curling Up
        -Damian Stone's dream of a medal is paved with uncertainty after the breakup of his girlfriend, Candi Lee Stanton in A Perfect Combination
        -Adam Roussel is torn between playing on the France basketball team, his girlfriend Aimee Charpentier and pursuing a NBA dream in Gold Hoops.
Available paperback or digital, with Amazon.com, Kobo.com and Barnes and Noble.com among the places where its sold.

Monday, July 17, 2017

Finding closure!

On vacation last week, I took the time to glance through old files.

One of the things I discovered: my first E-book published in 2008, How to Cure a Cajun Cold, was scheduled for print release in 2012. The unlikely storybook romance of a doctor and writer: Arnaz Booker and Isis Rogers, who met at a pre-medical institute in 1990.

Well, the print book never came to fruition and I decided to make it happen. I reworked Cajun Cold and added the third book of the College Love 101 trilogy, Back in Love Again. My reason was skipping the sequel, Catching a Cuban Curveball, didn't fit. The only thing in Book 2 would've worked was a wedding and I didn't need that scene.

I planned a fourth and final e-book in the series, Final Exam,  about Arnaz and Isis' son, Quentin Booker chasing a pro baseball career and romance with an older woman in his team's organization. Isis' reaction provided the emotional arc I needed to finish the book and remade into Lost in Your Eyes.

Available e-book or print, here's a buy link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1548934798/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1500267671&sr=8-1&keywords=kt+bishop

Thanks for taking the time to read my blogpost/KT BISHOP

Monday, April 17, 2017

Joining a Revolution!

The journey to screenwriting success is paved with several roadblocks.  Some promising. Some an ode to nowhere.

For an opportunity to gain exposure, I've joined an organization called Script Revolution. With over 600 members and 1,232 scripts downloaded, creator CJ Walley gives us aspiring screenwriters a chance for success.

Recently, a member had his script optioned. Pete Barry wrote Marian for Sony, which will star Margot Robbie.  

Praying I'm next to get optioned. Benjamin Mehr, who owns Grand Production Films in Baltimore, just downloaded my screenplay Put to Bed. Mehr is a member of Script Revolution.

Not sure what to make of it. In the unpredictable world of screenwriting, it may lead someplace. It may need nowhere.

When something opens up, I'll create a website exclusively for my movies.

Until Next time