Midwestern US (Vocus/PRWEB) April 20, 2011
Martha Baker kept a journal of her thoughts and emotions since she was nine years old. Like others, her life changed direction many times and like most girls she tried to deny her strongest desires, but Martha could not deny her true nature. She wrote of her life and feelings, and of important events that greatly affected her with little mention of world events or pop culture. Author Thomas Isaac Franklin portrays the intriguing life and loves of Martha Baker in Martha’s Journals: Book One. He invites readers to follow Martha’s journey toward maturity and to feel her emotions through this narrative of her life.
In this book, the author concentrated on Martha’s emotional life, because her internal conflicts seemed to steer her more than outside forces. All of the most erotic and unbelievable events in this book are directly taken from Martha’s journals. Her journal entries were often graphic, uncensored, and raw; this book is intended for mature readers. Franklin has tried to avoid the use of crude language in his narrative as often as possible while chronicling Martha’s account of her life. To complete his narrative Franklin has interviewed Martha’s relatives, friends, and noteworthy characters mentioned in her journals to expand upon her journal entries.
As readers open Martha’s Journals: Book One, they will be privy to Martha’s deepest thoughts and emotions, some of which she would not verbalize to even her closest friends. This book chronicles Martha’s life from birth to womanhood, as she explores of her mind, body, and desires like few women could or would.
This book will be featured at the Florida Library Association Book Exhibit in Orlando, FL on May 4-6, 2011. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Thomas Isaac Franklin is a Midwesterner since his birth. He was known to his friends as a prolific storyteller. He was asked to write down his stories by many friends but he never had the desire to write until he came to know the story of Martha Baker. As he read her journals he could not put them down. Martha became an obsession that forced him into the writer’s chair for many years. Franklin to his surprise found the act of writing too became an obsession he continues long after Martha’s story was told. The conclusion of Martha’s story is being published soon and he has several more novels as yet unpublished.
Martha’s Journals: Book One * by Thomas Isaac Franklin
Innocence to Woman The Uncensored Story of a Remarkable Woman’s Life and Loves
Publication Date: April 29, 2009
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