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Marian L. Thomas

Just Because I Write Women's Fiction, Doesn't Mean Men Can't Read Them Too!
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Marian L. Thomas

Just Because I Write Women's Fiction, Doesn't Mean Men Can't Read Them Too!

Born in Illinois, Marian L. Thomas wouldn’t say that her first career choice was writing novels. She saw herself working for a local newspaper, reporting news in a journalist fashion. In college, she wrote for the college paper as a sports editor but later became the news editor. Marian’s writing path took a detour when she drafted her first completed manuscript and called it Color Me Jazzmyne. Today, storytelling is Marian’s passion. She has penned six women’s fiction novels.Her latest novel, The Caged Butterfly, received the USA Best Book Fiction Award. Other accolades include receiving the AALBC Bestseller Award for I Believe In Butterflies, A Recommended Read and Feature on USA Today for Blue Butterfly, and the Sankofa Literary Society award for My Father’s Colors, just to name a few. Her next, Someone Like Me, is scheduled to release in 2021.Marian currently resides in Atlanta with her husband. She enjoys a big bowl of popcorn every night and believes that pasta should be a vegetable.Readers can stay connected to Marian through her website and active social media sites, so stop by and say hello or join her mailing list for release updates.

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