Marilyn Marsh Ignites New Marketing Plan for 2013 Book
This year, Marsh is creating a new marketing plan for her book, including fresh publicity materials and an anticipated article by Kirkus Indie Reviews.
"101 Men and Still Alone" takes readers through many details of Marsh's life, starting from her childhood and continuing through early adolescence and an early marriage. She reveals the consequences of, as she says, "growing up too fast and having a husband and children before having a chance to explore and grow through my teens and early 20s."
Marsh also opens up to readers about some of the many relationships she had, exploring the types of men to whom she was attracted. She reveals secrets about her strong sexual desires, as well as the pain she endured from other people throughout her life. <
"I was always looking for true love, but not finding it," Marsh says. "I was married too many times to the wrong men because of sex, not feelings."
Marsh hopes to inspire readers with her story, but she also hoped to experience growth within herself by sharing her story.
"101 Men and Still Alone"
By Marilyn Marsh
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 218 pages | ISBN 9781452567525
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 218 pages | ISBN 9781452567501
E-Book | 218 pages | ISBN 9781452567518
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Marilyn Marsh has lived most of her life in Portland, Oregon. She is surrounded by her friends. She has traveled many places. Through all her ventures she has had many lives. Her life has been a fascinating journey.
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