Saturday, July 31

Favorite Inspiring Things of the Week by Beth Barany

Favorite Inspiring Things of the Week …

Some of what Ive loved … am loving … and recommend for your factor to consider:


Im still reading the Ava Lee series by Ian Hamilton– Im on Book 9 now, The Couturier of Milano, and have simply come across the big issue at the heart of the story. I delight in the anticipation of how Ava will get out of this issue– larger than shes ever dealt with prior to

I completed checking out Rites of Passage — I really enjoyed this book that I needed to check out in 10th grade English

Listening to FranceInter through the app. I like hearing whats taking place in France in real time. For the new/different viewpoint on the world it uses if you can listen/watch media outside your nation I extremely recommend it

Definitely in love with Rufus Wainwrights tune, “Haine.” I even discovered the lyrics to discover them. Such an intense subject to sing about in such a stirring method. “Haine” suggests “hate” in French




I bought a copy of The Goddess Twins by Yodassa Williams and anticipate reading this YA fantasy

Wise. “To be daunted is great. That implies youre susceptible.”.



A shoutout to Broad Universe that welcomed me to teach 2 online classes to them just recently (together with other members): “Branding for Novelists” and “Plan Your Novel Like A Pro.” If you d like me to teach an online class to your authors group, just email me and let me know your requirements and we can get something on the Fall calendar, as Im scheduling online looks now

What is Inspiring You?

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I even found the lyrics to learn them. Such an extreme subject to sing about in such a stirring way. “Haine” indicates “hate” in French

Based in Oakland, California, with her husband, Ezra Barany, likewise an author, Beth has lived abroad 3 times– Quebec and two times in Paris, France– and speaks fluent French.

Known for developing abundant world, kick-ass and difficult heroines, and refreshing romances, Beth produces cinematic stories to empower readers to be the heroes of their own lives.



For giveaways, excerpts, and more about her books, go to Beths website:



I enjoy hearing whats happening in France in genuine time. If you can listen/watch media outside your nation I extremely suggest it, for the new/different perspective on the world it uses

When shes not penning rip roaring checks out, Beth runs an online school for fiction authors, speaks at conferences and worldwide cultural centers, most recently in Saudi Arabia, and enjoys her lots of dragon figurines sprayed throughout her home.

An award-winning author, Beth Barany writes sci-fi and dream for young people and adults. Her very first unique Henrietta The Dragon Slayer won Grand Prize in a California Indie Author contest.

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