Wednesday is all Write: If I could be anyone, I'd be...

In honor of Talli Roland's latest and greatest novel, WATCHING WILLOW WATTS, today I'm supposed to answer one simple question: If I could be anyone, I'd be...

I thought about this question long and hard, finally narrowing down the choices:

J.K. Rowling: Success

Angelina Jolie: Sex Symbol

Mother Teresa: Saint

And then I thought about the question some more.

And then some more.

And I realized I don't want to live somebody else's dream.

I want to live my own.

With that said, if I could be anyone, I'd still be me.


About Watching Willow Watts
For Willow Watts, life has settled into a predictably dull routine: days behind the counter at her father's antique shop and nights watching TV, as the pension-aged residents of Britain's Ugliest Village bed down for yet another early night. But everything changes when a YouTube video of Willow's epically embarrassing Marilyn Monroe impersonation gets millions of hits after a viewer spots Marilyn's ghostly image in a frame.

Instantly, Willow's town is overrun with fans flocking to see the 'new Marilyn'. Egged on by the villagers -- whose shops and businesses are cashing in -- Willow embraces her new identity, dying her hair platinum and ramming herself full of cakes to achieve Marilyn's legendary curves.

But when a former flame returns seeking the old Willow, Willow must decide: can she risk her stardom and her village's newfound fortune on love, or is being Marilyn her ticket to happiness?
I was one of the honored recipients to receive a copy of WATCHING WILLOW WATTS before it's big release today. With a cast of very colorful characters, along with laugh out loud humor and a plot filled with twists, turns, and overlaying story lines, I read WATCHING WILLOW WATTS in one sitting, rooting for Willow from the very first page right up to the end. It's one wild and very fun read!
Congrats, Talli! You done good!


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