Whisper of Time.

Today’s guest interview is with Gwynn Powell, from the book The Whisper of Time, by Ute Carbone. We’ll start with a bit about the book, look at an excerpt, and jump straight into the interview from there.

Book title: The Whisper of Time
Author: Ute Carbone
Genre: Time Travel Romance
Publisher: Whispers Publishing
Cover artist: Elaina
Length: 67 pages
Heat rating: Sweet/Sensual
Tagline: Love Beyond the Bonds of Time
Blurb: When fate offers Gwynn Powell a chance to start over,
she jumps at the chance. Laid off and living with a husband whose gambling problem
has eaten through a good part of their savings, Gwynn buys a farmhouse sight unseen,
leaving both her marriage and her old home behind.
But fate has more in mind for Gwynn than just a new home. The
farmhouse, tucked away in the Green Mountains of Vermont where even GPS can’t find
it, is also a step back in time. And Slate Peck, the farm’s caretaker and part owner,
is tied to Gwynn’s destiny in ways she never expected.
What are your main characters’
names, ages, and occupations?
Gwynn Powell, 28, veterinarian, Slate Peck, 28, farmer

Interview with Gwynn

Tell us about yourself. What are you like?
I love animals, which is why I became a vet. I have two pets
of my own, a dog and a cat. I like to seize the moment and I believe in living for
What do you think is your strongest point? I’m pretty good at
“rolling with the punches” and turning to do whatever it is life hands me.
Do you have a weakness?
(If so, what do you think it is? What does your lover think it is? What does your
enemy think it is?)
I sometimes jump into things without thinking things through.
I’m pretty sure others would agree.
What drives you to do
the things you do? What makes you want to be the “good guy?”
I trust my gut. A lot. So I tend to go with it. I want to be
content in my life, I want that for the people I love also.
What’s your favorite guilty
Hmm, I really like baking. It’s something I’m new to and still
learning. I baked muffins the other day. Next up, I might try some bread. Sky’s
the limit!
If you didn’t know how
old you were how old would you be?
A lot older I guess. Sometimes I feel like I’ve been around for
the better part of forever.
A biography has been written
about you. What do you think the title would be in six words or less?
The woman who found timeless love.
If money were not an object,
where would you most like to live?
Oh, I love where I’ve moved to. The farm in Vermont is a dream come true.
I wouldn’t want to be anywhere but right here.
What song would best describe
your life?
Hmm, probably “You and I will meet again” by Tom Petty.
If you were a tool, what
would people use you to do?
Let’s see… I would be mixer. A hand mixer used to blend things
together and make something delicious.
Picture yourself as a
store. Considering your personality and lifestyle, what type of products would be
sold there?
Oh, that one’s easy. I’d be an Agway, with lots of food and supplies
for pets and farm animals.
As a child, what was your
favorite thing about school?
I loved reading—my favorite books were about animals.
Tell us an embarrassing
story that has to do with a pet. If you have no pets, a story about a significant
other will do. ^_^
My cat, Miss Kitty, once jumped onto my head while I was driving
and nearly caused an accident.
If you came with a warning
label, what would it say?
Do not shake.
Please Fill in the Blanks
I love pizza with mushrooms and peppers.
I’m always ready for anything!
When I’m alone, I tend to daydream a lot. I also talk to my
pets and the animals on the farm
You’d never be able to tell, but I’m pretty tough when I need to be.
If I had a halo it would be silver and very sparkly.
If I could fly I’d do it.
I can never leave the farm because my heart (and love) is here.

About the Author

I’m a novelist and sometimes poet who lives in Southern New Hampshire. I’ve been married to the same great
guy for a lot of years. We have two grown sons. I love hiking, skiing, and generally
communing with nature. I’m a big fan of chocolate, theater, and really good stories.

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