Heroine Interview from The Christmas Stalking by Lillian Duncan

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This week I’m hosting  Lillian Duncan with The Christmas Stalking (ebook), Irene Hannon with Vanished (no giveaway), Nicole O’Dell with The Shadowed Onyx and Murray Pura with Ashton Park.  If you want to enter the drawings for the books, please leave a comment on one of the post during the week with your email address. I will not enter you without an email address (my way to contact you if you win). If you don’t want to leave an email address, another way you can enter is to email me at margaretdaley@gmail.com. The drawings end Sunday (January 13th) evening.

TheChristmasStalking_h11248_680CInterview with the heroine from The Christmas Stalking by Lillian Duncan:

1. Destiny, tell me the most interesting thing about you. Or should I call you Holly.

Whichever you prefer is fine with me. Holly is my given name, but most people just call me by my stage name. I’m so used to being called Destiny, I sometimes forget what my own name when people use it.

2. What do you do for fun?

Well, I used to think singing and performing were fun. That was until I became this famous country music star. Now, it’s a lot more work than fun. I can tell you that! Mmm. Back to fun. I’m not sure what I do for fun. I’m going to need to do something about that, don’t you think?

3. What do you put off doing because you dread it?

I don’t put anything off. I jump into everything and just do it. I’m like those tennis shoes. I hate to think about doing things. I do it and then I regret it, but I never put things off.

4. What are you afraid of most in life?

That is a serious question, isn’t it? I don’t like to be serious much, but I’ll admit I am having this little problem right now. But please keep it hush-hush. I don’t want the whole world knowing I have a stalker. I have to admit it is a bit scary and off-putting to have someone send me a dead cat.

5. What do you want out of life?

Right now, I’d just like to get my life back on track so I don’t have to be afraid all the time. After that, I’d like to be happy again.

 6. What is the most important thing to you?

Now, that is another hard question. I thought this was going to be a fun, easy interview. You’re making this way too hard. Making me think. OK. OK. I’ll answer the question anyway.

The truth is I used to think being famous was the most important thing. I don’t think that way anymore.  Somewhere in all this fame, I seem to have lost myself. So, once I get this stalking problem taken care of, I’m going to take a little time off and figure out what the most important thing is.

7.  Do you read? If so, what is your favorite type of book to read?

No time to read, sweetie. I eat, breath, sleep, and listen to music. Music is my life.

8.  If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?

I used to love going to church and then I got famous. Every time I went to church people stared at me instead of listening to the preacher. So, I stopped going. I wonder if that’s what’s been missing in my life. What do you think?

9.  Do you have a pet? If so, what is it and why that pet?

Again, no time for a pet, sweetie. It wouldn’t be fair to one. I do love animals, but what would be the point if I can’t take care of him. I’m on the road more than I’m home. He’d be alone more than with me.

10. If you could travel back in time, where would you go and why?

Oh, now that’s an easy question. I used to love spending time at my grandparent’s in the summer. They had this little cabin in the Adirondack Mountains near some place called The Village of Serenity and Peace. They had this fat little neighbor boy named Robbie. He used to bother me something fierce. I wonder what ever happened to him.

One time, we were playing tag and I’m not sure what happened, but I think he pushed me in the creek. I almost died, but he did jump in and save me. Yeah, I wonder what ever happened to Robbie.

You know, that is a good idea. Maybe, I’ll take some time off and go check out that old cabin of my grandparents. And at Christmas—that would be the perfect time, don’t you think?