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Wednesday, October 17, 2012


Today we welcome Willow Bradley, heroine of Lacie Nation's new book, The Weeping Willow Tree. 
 Welcome, Willow. Have a seat. Coffee is too your right, croissants to your left. 
1. Are you upset your name is not in the title? Well, considering I’m named after the weeping willow tree and that is the name of the book, I can’t be to upset.
2.. Are you happy with the profession your author chose for you or would you rather be working at something totally different and why? I’m happy. Running my family’s deli and interacting with the town’s people means the world to me. I’m my own boss which is pretty nice considering I don’t like answering to anyone but myself. 

3. Would you like to be taller, blonder, thinner or smarter than you have been portrayed?
No, I am who I am and it took me a long time to be proud of whom I am. My hips are a little too wide, my hair is sometimes frizzy, and my skin could be softer, but Danny loves me and more important, I love myself.
4. Did you author handle your “love” scenes the way you like or was she too explicit or not explicit enough? I think she did just fine. Like I said, my hips are a bit too wide for there to be too much detail! LOL
5. Is you’re hero/heroine a good kisser? Oh goodness! Danny Mason makes me see stars every time his lips touch mine. So yes, he is a very good kisser! 

6. Are you happy with the setting? Did you want a bigger house or car? No, I don’t need bigger things. As long as I have my family and Danny, I’m perfectly fine.
7. Any hobbies we might be interested in knowing about? I love to play the guitar and write my own music. 

8. Did your author listen to you when you tried to redirect her? Yes, Lacie was very cooperative when telling my story even when I was being difficult.
9. Were you happy with your wardrobe? I’m a simple kind of girl, so yes, I was okay with my clothes. 

10. Did you fight much with your author or did you two see eye-to-eye? Oh, we fought. I’m pretty sure Lacie almost threw her computer off the balcony a time or two. I’m stubborn and acted like a brat several times during the writing process.
A little bit about the book:
Willow Bradley lives her life as simply as she can. Playing the guitar and singing her pain away, she finds peace under her shade tree by the lake in her small town. Her entire life has been a struggle not to let her depression control her life. Overcoming her issues was something she was proud of. Her life was just as she wanted it until the breath taking Danny Mason walked into her safe haven. Can she put her pain aside and love a man who has secrets of his own?
Danny Mason wants nothing more than simplicity. His life is full of greed and the constant need to be perfect. What happens when he hears an angel singing under a lone weeping willow tree on the lakeside? Danny and Willow share a deep, all consuming love. Will it survive the chaos his social status, and high society parents cause?
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