Catherine McKenzie’s novel Forgotten tells the story of a woman who returns home after a six-month journey to find that everyone she knows believed she was dead and has moved on without her. Publisher’s Weekly recently called her a “force to be reckoned with in women’s fiction.” Welcome, Catherine!
What is your favorite quality in a person?
What is your least favorite?
What is your greatest fear?
That my tendency to overthink things keeps me from doing things I should.
Who is your greatest love?
Can’t pick just one. My family. My friends.
What is your idea of a perfect day?
It’s fall and sunny and the leaves are turning. It’s warm, but the air is crisp. The day is calling: come run in me.
What place do you love?
Many places, but Montreal is way up there.
If you weren’t a writer, what would you be?
If skills and reality weren’t a factor—an astronaut.
Which person, living or dead, do you most admire?
Someone I don’t even know, whose life is hell but is cheerful anyway.
What are the words you live by?
Make time for the things you love.
To learn more about Catherine’s novels, visit www.catherinemckenzie.com.