October 12, 2012

Friday Quickie

25 quickie facts about Nancy Jardine: 

Birthday? Ides of March
Favorite color? Green
Favorite animal? Lamb
Siblings? 1 Sister
Favorite drink? Red wine
If you were a jelly bean flavor, what flavor would you be? Anniseed
Favorite author? Charles Dickens
Favorite dish? Rare Steak
Ice cream flavor? Honeycomb
Favorite season? Winter
Plotter or pantser? Pantser
Hobbies? Napping
Dream vacation? Egypt
Favorite TV show? Mrs. Brown’s Boys
Musical preference? Celtic Folk
Pet peeve? Writer’s block
Favorite place to write? Desk
Favorite song? American Pie
Odd family fact? Bigamist great-grandfather
Unforgettable moment? Almost drowning at fifteen
Favorite superhero? Desperate Dan
Spicy or not? Spicy
Cat or dog? Dog
Favorite candy bar? Cadbury’s Milk
Favorite guilty pleasure? Scottish tablet


Summarize your book Twitter style – 140 characters or less: 

Can the Celtic Tribes repel the Roman army? The Beltane Choice is a historical romance set in A.D. 71 Roman Britain. Will Nara get her Beltane lover?

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9 comments:

Nancy Jardine said...

Morning, Sarah! It's lovely to be here even if it's raining hard outside! Hope your day's a good one.

Liz Flaherty said...

Love the list--and your candy bar choice!

Sandra Dailey said...

Nancy, I love how totally Scottish you are. I don't know what half the things on your list are, but I'm sure they're wonderful. Have a great day and good luck.

RT Wolfe said...

I love your cover, Nancy. It's unique and eye catching. Best of luck and may you have many sales!
-R.T. Wolfe
www.rtwolfe.com

Karyn Good said...

Some very interesting facts there, Nancy. I've never heard of honeycomb flavored ice cream but it sounds delightful!

Jessica Subject said...

I like these quickie questions. Great to learn more about you, Nancy!

Nancy Jardine said...

My thanks to Liz - yes, I've a sweet tooth at times. Sandra-yes, I guess they are quite Scottish/British Hello to RT, Karyn and Jessica for popping in. There's always something new isn't there? the honeycomb is made in Aberdeenshire and it is fabulous!

Paula Martin said...

Interesting answers,Nancy - and good to find out more about you too!

Nancy Jardine said...

Hi, Paula. I wonder what was knew? Have a nice weekend.
Sarah- thanks for hosting me today!