Holiday season has arrived and to celebrate the release of Katie Price’s fantastic new novel, In the Name of Love, we have an all inclusive holiday in a four star hotel in Barbados up for grabs!
Katie has also taken the time to do a quick Q&A for all of you, so have a read, enter the competition and as always, best of luck!
Where’s the best place to go on holiday?
My favourite holiday destination is the Maldives. I love going there as it gives me a chance to spend lots of time with the children. And Barbados, where In the Name of Love is set, is absolutely stunning.
What are the best things about going on holiday?
Having a chance to relax and get away from it all, have a bit of sun, sea and sand, and if you’re single, maybe a hot holiday romance! Plus some escapism with a great beach read like In the Name of Love, of course!
Charlie and Felipe’s relationship in In the Name of Love is a total rollercoaster – what’s the craziest thing you’ve done for love?
There’s a saying ‘I’d move mountains…’ and that’s me all over. When I fall in love, I’ll do anything and everything for my man.
Is it fun coming up with the characters for your books?
Yes, I love it! Felipe, the hero of In the Name of Love, was a particular favourite of mine, as not only is he incredibly good looking and sexy, he’s also an Olympic eventer, so I got to put in loads of stuff about horses. I’ve been riding since I was seven and have always loved horses. I’ve now got six! It is quite a lot, and although I’m usually very busy, I think that if you love something enough you’ll find time to fit it in. I do ride most days, but of course in a dream world I’d ride all day every day!
Felipe’s Spanish – Spain’s one of my favourite places because of the lovely weather, and it’s where I launched my range of riding wear, so it was fun to set some of the book there.
What’s the best part about having books published?
Ever since my first book I’ve loved doing it and I loved doing all the signings for it so I’ve just carried on. And luckily every book is successful so the publisher just wants more and more! I’m nervous every time but so far I’ve been lucky and they have all done really well. The best feedback I get from my fans is seeing them all turn up at my signings. Again I never get complacent about them turning up but I love doing them and I love meeting everyone.