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Is a Book with No Foul Language or Sex Worth Reading?

One author's new book challenges the heart, mind and even standards of some.

PRLog - Jun. 22, 2011 - SNELLVILLE, Ga. -- Marian L. Thomas, one of Amazon.com’s best-selling rhythm and blues authors, has recently released her second novel, “My Father’s Colors.” It has found a home in the "Clean Fiction" genre, which as of today, doesn't really exist. The fiction work is a sequel to her first novel, “Color Me Jazzmyne,” which released in February 2009. Both of  the authors books carry a common trademark—no foul language or sex.

Without sex or foul language, many might wonder if it's worth reading? Thomas answers, "readers will have to make that determination for themselves, but I believe there is still an audience out there that wants and demands clean fiction type books, I hope that I deliver."

Thomas’s novels follow the journey of Naya Monà, a woman who struggles to find herself as she regretfully discovers her father’s past and searches for her daughter. Readers also become familiar with the individual trials of Naya’s husband, Chris; fame-entranced Misty; and Carl, a love-afflicted character introduced in the second book.

Thomas said her books are inspired by real-life situations of abuse, relationships, friendships and struggles that many women suffer. “My books give readers the chance to connect with a character who is a part of every woman in so many ways rather than focus on sex and even foul language.”

“Color My Jazzmyne” reached the No. 1 position on Amazon.com’s rhythm and blues best-sellers list and was recognized by Sankofa Literary Society Review as one of the top 100 books. It also earned a nomination for the “2010 Book of the Year” by the African Americans on the Move Book Club, or the AAMBC.

Published in paperback and hardcover by L.B. Publishing, “My Father’s Colors” will be sold at Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, Borders.com and will be available for the Amazon Kindle, Borders Kobo, iTunes iBooks and Barnes and Noble Nook electronic books.

For more information, please visit the author’s website at www.marianlthomas.com or contact her publicist, Rikki Sandress, by phone at (678) 608-1401 or by email at rikkisandress@lbpublishingco.com.

About the Author:
Marian L. Thomas graduated Magna Cum Laude receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in business communication. She began her writing debut as a sports editor and a news editor for a local Atlanta college paper. While Thomas’s books are fiction, they touch on the struggles of women, abuse, relationships and friendships, giving each one a hint of reality.

Media Contact:
Rikki Sandress
rikkisandress@lbpublishingco.com
L.B. Publishing
4002 Hwy 78, Ste. 530-131
Snellville, Ga. 30039
www.lbpublishingco.com

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L.B Publishing is a company that believes that everyone should be able to read a story free of crude, erotic or offensive language. We publish books that motivate, inspire and encourage the reader to take an emotional journey into the life of a character.

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Last Updated:Jun 23, 2011
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