Something you’re dying to know? Check this page to see if I’ve answered it; if not, email me and it might just end up here.


Q. Is that you, Auntie SparkNotes?

A. Yes. Yes, it is.


Q. Can you send me a copy of your book?

A. Unfortunately, I don’t have an unlimited supply of books to give away (and at this point, I have just one ARC left, and I feel very protective of it.) However, if you’re a blogger or journalist and you’d like a review copy, email me at kat [at] katrosenfield [dot] com and I’ll pass your request along to my publicist.


Q. How old are you?

A. Mentally? About 12. (If you really care about the answer to this question, you’ll be able to find it by googling.)


Q. How do you write so much?

A. The short answer: time, incentive, and the occasional beer. (It also helps that writing is pretty much the only thing I do.) The long answer, including advice on making yourself productive, can be found here.



8 thoughts on “faq

  1. Marvin says:

    Do you know if your book will be available in France ?

  2. Amanda says:

    How do you manage to WRITE so much? I mean, you’ve got a book coming out, you’re Auntie Sparknotes (btw, awesome drawings) and you’re a fashion writer (right?).
    Have you got any advice for budding writers?

    • Louisa says:

      I am officially seconding this question. Now it’s been asked twice, see?
      Also, I am *so* excited for this book.

      • Ella says:

        I am thirding this question. Especially the part about advice for budding writers. How do you know if you’ve got what it takes?

  3. Crystal Powell says:

    I third! I love you’re Auntie Sparknotes blog, and know that I know you do freelance (because all this time I thought you were a college kid like me. Are you?) I admired you even more! How do you do freelance? I’ve been avoiding it because, well, it’s not “practical” (a term that’s synonymous with “doomed to fail” in this economy, or so I’m told). And that makes freelancing scary. But you seem like you’ve been pretty successful, Miss “I’m A Novelist” 😉 So tell me: is being a freelance writer scary? Not practical? Doomed to fail?
    P.S.: Sorry if that was too Auntie Sparknotes. I’m just so used to thinking of you that way 🙂

  4. Anonymous says:

    I would just like to say congratulations! I can’t wait to read all the other great books you may write in the future.

  5. KarenAnnanina says:

    I have a question! Why are you so amazing?

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