Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Interview with Ivy Braxton from SURVIVING IVY

Today, Ivy Braxton from Surviving Ivy (Bryant Station Curves, Book 8) is here to answer a few questions.

What's your fondest childhood memory?
Ivy:  My fondest childhood memory...hmm. It would probably be back when I was in junior high. Paul  Evermore had been picking on me since the beginning of the school year. I tried to ignore him, but he kept getting worse until one day he snapped my bra, you know, a bra snap. Anyway, I turned around and slapped him and said a few curse words that should be said in school. I got in trouble for hitting him and cursing. Paul didn't get into any trouble. His friends all said I slapped him for no reason. When my grandmother found out, she gave the teacher and principal a few choice words. The next morning, I found a list of alternative words and phrases I could use so I wouldn't get into trouble for cursing. Some of the phrase were silly and we would laugh every time I said them.

Vanilla or Chocolate?
Ivy:  Actually I prefer coffee with chocolate coming in a close second. I love coffee ice cream with chocolate sauce poured over it.

What is your biggest fear?
Ivy:  Finding my fated mate and then having him not accept me.

Did you have a happy childhood?
Ivy:  It had its up and downs, but my grandmother made sure I knew I was loved and very much wanted by her. She made up for the not so good things, especially when it came to my parents and my brother.

What do you want from life?
Ivy:  I want to love and be loved by my fated mate, and to create a family with him.