About

Hi everybody, I’m Kate!

I’m nineteen and a sophomore in college. I love to write (obviously) but I'm pretty sure I spend more time thinking about writing than I actually spend writing. I'm five feet and ten inches tall, so the first thing I do after developing a celebrity crush is Google his height. I love overcast skies and cats and sweaters and baking cookies, because I'm actually an elderly woman trapped in a teenager's body. I'm addicted to Candy Crush (level 827 and counting). I can't sing to save my life. I hate speaking in front of crowds. I think French accents are funny, especially when paired with false mustaches and tiny berets. And I'm sort of hoping that someday, writing will be more than just a pastime for me.

Here's my tumblr. http://elephantparkas.tumblr.com/
Here's my Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/katemarchantonwattpad
Here's my celebrity crush (subject to change). http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/ansel-elgort

Float reached Teen Fiction # 1 for the first time on June 9, 2012.

I swear I love you guys but please respect it when I say that...
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  • Location:
    Los Angeles, CA
  • Joined:
    4 years ago

Reading Lists

Gryffindor
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Slytherin
11 stories
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5 Published Works

Featured work.

Float

Social data: 16M reads. 246K votes. 96K comments.

Description: Seventeen-year-old Waverly Lyons is from Vermont; she doesn’t do sun. But after her divorced parents can’t agree on who gets to have her for the summer, Waverly gets shipped off to Holden, Florida to spend a couple months with her aunt, Rachel. Her...

#760 in Teen Fiction

Other Works by ToastedBagels.
The Accidental Tourists

The Accidental Tourists

2M 58.1K 10.2K

Seventeen-year-old Charlie Kennedy has always been second-best compared to her older sister, Olivia. Now...

Completed
Saving Dolphins (Coming Soon)

Saving Dolphins (Coming Soon)

26.5K 923 232

(coming soon) A stubborn girl, a reckless prince, and a bucket of fish. What could possibly go wrong?

Jericho

Jericho

333K 11.2K 1.5K

"His name was Jericho, like the ancient city. He appeared out of thin air and came crashing through my i...

The Friendly Ghost (On Hold)

The Friendly Ghost (On Hold)

133K 3.9K 660

The quiet town of Russell Park, Virginia was turned upside down when Casper Holloway went missing. Three...

giachinol posted a message to ToastedBagels
I freaking love Float and I just finished reading it for the second time and it only made me love it even more. It is my favorite wattpad book out there. You are a great writer. I've been looking forward to an update for it for several months now, only because I want more of it and you kind of left it at a MAJOR cliffhanger. Please don't take this as me rushing you, because that is the last thing I'm meaning by this, but I just want you to know that I cannot wait for the next chapter. You haven't updated it for awhile and I know you're busy with school and everything else you have got going on, but please finish the book. Thank you!!
bclemens posted a message to ToastedBagels
Could you please give me some advice about getting people to know about my stories? I really want to share them with a bunch of different people, but they are overlooked. Or maybe give me feedback on them so I can try to make them better? I'd understand if you were too busy to and stuff, but obviously you are doing something right, and I would just like to try and improve myself as a writer. 
      
Float is a really great book.I love it solo much,that I can't stop reading!It gives me so much feelings and I laugh non-stop!Please update when you have time,because I'm freaking out,I need more,lol.
Hi there. 
      I am completely in love with the way you write.  Float was the first book of yours I read,  it was so cute and easy to picture that I couldn't do anything but like it. The Accidental Tourists still remains one of my favorite reads today and I wish the story was my autobiography. It is goofy and happy, caused me to smile, laugh and definitely cry a little bit whilst reading. Jericho was absolutely everything I wanted it to be; it was mysterious, magical and gave me this tumblry-vibe and badboy-feeling. The title is powerful, the cover is mysterious and pretty and even the first sentence of the description makes me want to reread it again.
      You're an amazing writer, definitely someone who'll make it far and who will, evidently, be the cause of many baby boys called Jericho. (I mean: "His name was Jericho, like the ancient city".. how cool is that sentence. How can you not want to call your child Jericho after reading that?)