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When Carole Townsend decided to write a book about the real lives of adult women, she had no idea what it would grow to be. After months of extensive travel and in-depth research, her second book, Red Lipstick and Clean Underwear, is scheduled for release Aug. So much of the advice young women receive, according to Townsend, focuses on grooming and how to attract a husband.
She spoke with women from all over the country, and the book has turned out to be a celebration of women.
Your life isn't the same now as when your child is an infant, or 10 or in college. This book will ride on the coattails of her first book, Southern Fried White Trash, released last year. The book received rave reviews and did very well for a first time published work.
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CNN's T. Holmes called it "funny and witty," while the Los Angeles Times called it "delightful and refreshingly entertaining and humorous. She is a regular at the Loganville City Council meetings. She also has has a regular column in the paper called Food for Thought. It's a company that, through the process of getting the first book out and into the market, some close associates and I founded.
It's dedicated to helping authors who are trying to figure out the craziness of the publishing business.
Townsend : We can provide a la carte services or the whole ball of wax without ripping people off. And boy, are there some tigers out there! This business will eat you up, and if you don't know what you're doing you're in trouble and won't reach your ultimate goal. How did you promote it?
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As adults, moms, wives, sisters, friends, lovers and professionals, we are expected to handle, juggle, balance, earn, nurture and be always-on-call caregivers Meet The Author Carole Townsend is a columnist for the Gwinnett Daily Post, the second largest newspaper in Georgia and a freelance writer whose articles have appeared in Ladies Home Journal and Teen Magazine.
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Written in her unique humorous style that has earned her a readership around the nation for her eclectic wit, the book is a collection of humorous but real life stories that have happened at weddings, funerals, and holidays and other family gatherings. Townsend writes in a style that sees the humor in situations and lets the reader know that it is OK to laugh at life's absurdities. Carole Townsend is a year-old wife, mother and journalist who grew up in Georgia, moving away only to go to college in Nashville and to live briefly in New York City after graduating.
Her career path eventually led her to a prestigious position as Director of Marketing for an Atlanta-based consulting firm, but when her children hit middle school, Townsend decided that her efforts were needed more at home than in corporate America, and she launched her freelance writing career while raising her children full-time.
She and her husband have four adult children and live in a suburb of Atlanta with their three rescue dogs; two Golden Retrievers and a Chihuahua. Show More. Average Review. Write a Review.