Thursday, June 07, 2007

What is Catherine Coulter reading?

Catherine Coulter, author of historical romance and contemporary suspense thrillers, talked to the Christian Science Monitor about what she's been watching and listening to.

And reading:
Harry Potter is my favorite series of all time, and, bitter tears, the last book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, is coming out in July. Ah, the possibilities: Is Harry going to die in a final duel with Voldemort? Will Dumbledore come back, proving Snape isn't really a villain? Will all three of the kids survive? Listen up, Rowling can't kill Harry – I want Harry to be headmaster at Hogwarts in 50 years. There is a big worry here though: If they don't pick up their pace on producing Harry Potter movies, the three main kids will be grandparents by the time they finish filming Rowling's series. Another of my favorite series is Elizabeth Peters's tales about Amelia Peabody. But, you know, bottom line, I simply can't imagine not going to sleep without a book open over my chest.
Read more about what Coulter is watching on television and listening to.

Coulter's new novel, Double Take, will be published by G.P. Putnam this month.

--Marshal Zeringue