Project Finished: Girls On Fire by Marsha Lee

I want to thank you for your support and encouragement as I have been writing this fun book.  There’s even a little bit of steam left in these gals yet!

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Over the years these friends have been church friends, traveled together, and shared their family problems together. All three women, now unattached and in their sixties, approach single life differently. Each of them is lonely, but needs to work out their own solution to their man problem no matter where that takes them. One has always been single, and seems to be comfortable with that. One uses every means possible to enjoy an active dating life. The third woman battles shyness again for the first time since second grade now that her childhood sweetheart, who became her husband, is gone. Different family problems become part of the difficulties of starting over with new love and companionship. Moral dilemmas seem more difficult now than they did when they were in their 20s. In addition to everything else, their 60-year-old bodies need a bit more oil and loving care than they did during their last dating episodes. None of the women have any idea that finding the men they seek might endanger their 30-year-old friendship.

What do you think?

Author: Marsha

Hi, I'm Marsha Ingrao, author, blogger and retired teacher/consultant. Read more about me here.

27 thoughts on “Project Finished: Girls On Fire by Marsha Lee”

    1. Thanks Lisa. You know how it feels to be sort of finished. I know the editing comes next, but I’ll need a real editor for that. I’m finding there are lots of things I need to think about that I haven’t thought about before. 🙂


  1. Reblogged this on The ObamaCrat™ and commented:
    A New book by author Ms. Marsha Lee….and timely for me in a different way than these 3 childhood lady friends. Thank you Ms. Marsha and good luck & congratulations on finishing a goal.


    1. I’m going to self publish this one after I have an editor and my readers go through it carefully. I went ahead and validated it on NaNoWriMo. I figured that it doesn’t have to be perfect since they aren’t publishing it.


    1. Yes, and it’s already started. A friend of mine is already highlighting the copy I sent her, and another blogger said it’s going to cost me a fortune. How could I make so many mistakes when I read it so many times???? 🙂


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