March 24, 2014

5 Easy Questions: Touchstone of Love @beth_barany #RLFblog #timetravel

A Touchtone of Love 
5 Easy Questions is an interview is designed to be quick, easy, and fun. Today's guest is Beth Barany.

What is your go-to meal to order when you dine out? Your favorite "I know it will hit the spot" item.
I love breakfast at any time of day, so depending on where I am, I'll usually get two eggs over easy with hash browns, bacon, and a side of steamed spinach.
What were you like when you were in school?
Starting at age 12 in middle school, I was super studious and worked hard to get A's. But before then, I wasn't paying much attention to the teacher and would only do the assignments I liked: math and spelling. Everything else wasn't a nearly as interesting as the book I was reading at the time.
Would you rather stay inside and watch snow falling, or get out in it and build a snowman?
Well, that depends! Am I reading a great book? Then I want to stay inside. But if I don't have anything in my hands at the moment, I want to get outside and preferably cross-country ski.
What was your favorite book as a child?
I really loved The Lost Prince by Frances Hodgson Burnett.
What was the last movie you watched (home or theater)?
Turbo! What a sweet and fun film about holding fast to your dreams and going after them with all you've got!

About the Book

Title: A Touchtone of Love: A time-travel romance novella
Genre: Sweet paranormal romance
Author Name: Beth Barany
Book heat level (based on movie ratings G, PG, PG13, R): PG13
Blurb (up to 300 words)
A time-travel romance by award-winning novelist, Beth Barany.
When a thunderstorm transports software expert Rose Waldman to thirteenth century France, she meets hunky stonemason Julien, who is secretly creating a gargoyle in defiance of his master mason. Can independent gadget loving Rose trust her life and heart to Julien, and can she really never go home again?
"...a unique take on gargoyles which I thoroughly enjoyed. I highly recommend!" -- Karysa Faire
"...The story was really romantic and the two of them together are just pure magic. It is rare that I find a couple rather than a single character really making a story worth while, but this one does just that." -- Kathy Horseman
"... recommend this novella to anyone who is looking for an entertaining read for the night or weekend." -- Lisa
***This is a novella of approximately 20,000 words.***
Beth Barany writes magical tales of romance and adventure to transport readers to new worlds where anything is possible.

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