Heart Worn Memories by Susie Nelson
A Daughter's Personal Biography of Willie Nelson

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To research this biography, the author interviewed family, friends, and country music industry cohorts of her famous father, Willie Nelson. He had spent so much time performing away from home while she was growing up that she resented rather than appreciated his talent. Writing this book helped her understand why her dad is so adored by millions of fans. The study is as much about her own hard luck as it is about Willie's rise to fame, however, and neither story line is handled very well. The hard feelings are gone now, but it is telling that her laid-back father contributed little more than a supportive "Go for it." For diehard fans.
 

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Published July 1, 1987 by Eakin Pr. 228 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction