INTRODUCING…Charlotte Walker, heroine of Cynthia Woolf’s Kindle World novel, A Family for Christmas.
1. What is your name? Do you have a nickname?
Charlotte Walker. My husband used to call me Lottie.
2. What is your hair color and eye color?
Blonde hair. Green eyes.
3. Who are your friends and family?
I am a widow and I don’t claim my husband’s family. I have no family of my own. My mother died when I was eight and my father died just before I married Rory Walker two years ago. Rory has been gone for six months now.
4. Where were you born?
I was born in Rosewood in Montana Territory and have lived there all my life.
5. Where do you go when you’re angry?
I go outside amidst the trees and cry. I’m very tender hearted.
6. What is your biggest fear?
That my ex-brother-in-law will find me, take me back to Rosewood where he’s the sheriff and force me to marry him.
7. Do you have a secret?
I think…no I hope…I killed my brother-in-law.
8. What makes you laugh out loud?
Hearing Adam talk baby talk to his daughter, Christina.
9. When have your character been in love?
I loved my first husband with all my heart and my heart was broken when he died. I was surprised to find I could love again, so quickly.
10. What is in your refrigerator right now?
I have an icebox with milk, eggs, leftover venison stew.
11. When you think of your childhood kitchen, what smell do you associate with it?
My mother was a great baker. I can still smell her sourdough bread baking.
12. What is one strong memory that has stuck with you from childhood? Why is it so powerful and lasting?
The day Mama died. She’d gotten sick. Pa said it was because she was a good woman and always helping others and not thinking about herself. She got the influenza and grew weaker and weaker. We slowly watched her die. It was a blessing when she was gone.
Be sure to come back to learn more about Charlotte, Cynthia Woolf, and her novel, A FAMILY FOR CHRISTMAS (Montana Sky Series), on Wednesday’s Karen’s Killer Book Bench blog.
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Thanks, Cynthia, for sharing your book with us!
Don’t miss the chance to read this book!