Barbara Brutt — Author Spotlight

Today I’m excited to welcome Barbara Brutt for an author spotlight and learn about her debut book, Teal Paisley Tights.

Barbara is a debut author with her first book, Teal Paisley Tights, releasing today! She loves ice cream with peanut butter and prefers a purse with room for a book. Click here to visit Barbara’s website.

https://www.barbarabrutt.com/
https://www.facebook.com/BarbaraBruttWriter/
https://www.instagram.com/cordiallybarbara/
Buy on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Teal-Paisley-Tights-Barbara-Brutt/dp/173213488X/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1541123132&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=teal+paisley+tights+by+barbara+butt

As a debut author, this is a pinch-me moment. I’ve spent years dreaming of what it would be like to be a real-live author, and now that I am, I’ve lost my emotions. So if you find them, please leave a comment or shoot me a message.

Author Interview Questions:

• What (2 or 3) fun or unique things can you tell us about yourself?

First of all, I can, in fact, touch my tongue to my nose. And yes, I had to practice to manage that.

Secondly, I absolutely love the aerial arts. Have you heard of Cirque du Soleil? Well, I kind of do that. I am a student of aerial silks, aerial rope, aerial straps, and duo trapeze. I discovered it to be the perfect blend of strength and beauty…and exercise.

Thirdly, I lived in Austria for over a year, but no, my German is not good. But yes, I can order ice cream.

  •    Where is your favorite vacation spot?

Anyone else’s home when they aren’t there, or even when they are. I’ve noticed that when I’m not at my home, my to-do list loosens its choke-hold on my neck. It’s been a while since I’ve been on a true vacation.

At the moment, I can’t choose between mountains or beach. I love them both.

  •  Do you have a dedicated place to write, or a nook or corner of a room, or the kitchen table? (send a picture if you want)

Right now, it’s my dining room table. But really, can we talk about my dream writing space instead?

I dream of have an L-shaped desk with plenty of depth. Ideally, lots of natural light. Behind one part of the desk would be a blank wall where I could pin up pictures of characters and important notes. And yes, it would be cluttery, but at least it wouldn’t all live in a folder…

My Question for You: Do you love or hate the paisley pattern?

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