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Weeping Willows Dance
by Gloria Mallette   

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Publisher:  Gemini Press ISBN-10:  0967878918 Type: 


Copyright:  May 2001 ISBN-13:  9780967878911

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At fifteen, Mozelle knew two things: she was never going to get married and she was never going to have children. Being one of twelve children of a sharecropper had already made its mark and being poor was what Mozelle didn't intend to be when she grew up. But she learned real quick that she had no control over her own life.

 Mozelle, at age 15, vowed that she'd never be like her momma---she did not  want to get married, and, for certain, she did not want twelve children.  Mozelle dreamed of getting a good job, buying herself a car, and traveling across country a carefree woman---nobody and nothing hanging onto her skirt tail.

That is until tall, dark, handsome 37 year-old Randell Tate showed up in church that fateful Sunday morning, smiled and winked at Mozelle, throwing her world off-balance.  Three months later they wed and Randell carried Mozelle across the threshold into The Great Depression.  Her children were born and, against all odds, Mozelle set her sights on buying a piece of land and building a house to put a roof over her children's heads.

National Best Selling Author, Gloria Mallette, takes you along as Mozelle struggles to rise above a bad marriage and excruciating poverty.  Blessed with true grit and a strong backbone, Mozelle stands her ground and sways with the breeze of disappointment and the winds of deprivation.  Her determination and her unshakeable faith in God, like the supple branches of the weeping willow tree are strong and unbreakable.

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Weeping Willows Dance
Weeping Willows Dance will gently pull readers into the recession of 1929 where abuse, poverty, suffreing, and above all, the depth of faith in the Almighty God, are key elements in the life of Mozelle Tate. This gripping tale about her plight will saddle readers' hearts and penetrate their souls. --- RawSistaz Reviewer aNN Brown

Weeping Willows Dance is Captivating
Weeping Willows Dance is interesting, captivating and thought-provoking....You will remember the characters for a long times.
---The Lebanon (MO) Daily Record

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