Taylor’s Nonfiction Books: Memoir, The Sexual Education of a Beauty Queen, and Hillary Clinton’s historic candidacy.
Sexual Education of a Beauty Queen:
Relationship Secrets from the Trenches
A book like none other, an adventure into the naked truth about relationships and sex that no one else could have written.
The bare truth about everything you ever wanted to know about love, relationships, dating, life, and sex, but were afraid to ask.
No matter what book you’ve read on love, relationships, sex, and life, I guarantee you that there is no one who has written this story. That’s because no one has been in the relationship trenches where I have been, all the places I’ve roamed during the tumultuous political era in America when women’s lives were shifting and we were gaining power, as men woke up to a wild new world.
The Hillary Effect
Politics, Sexism and the Destiny of Loss
This book is a ‘must-read’ to understand what happened the first time around, from a political writer whose new media site, TaylorMarsh.com, was cited as “the hub for Hillary supporters during the 2008 election cycle” by The Washington Post. However, Marsh wasn’t always such a Hillary supporter and today has disagreements with her on foreign policy.
There are some things that unite all women in the quest of finally nominating and electing the first female president.
A bit more detail about each of my books …
Beauty Queen is at once memoir, commentary, enlightenment and a little dose of life coaching. Taylor Marsh was Miss Missouri, performed on Broadway, hosted a radio show and starred in a one woman show. She was also a Relationship Consultant for the nation’s largest newsweekly, edited the web’s first mega successful women-owned and operated soft-core pornography site, worked as a phone sex actress and studied sexuality and relationships for years. She’s been single, a girlfriend, a mistress and a wife. She has the inside track to what men want, what women need and how we all tend to muck it up. As a political commentator and popular writer, Taylor is intelligent and inspiring. She blends personal experience, pop culture and the politics of sex in an entertaining, engaging and inspiring read. Buy at AMAZON.com, from OPEN ROAD MEDIA, AND PADARO PRESS
A book like none other and an adventure into the naked truth about relationships, sex and the psychology of cheating that no one else could have written because no one else spent 10 years in the dating, sex, and relationship worlds when online dating exploded.
Everyone has secrets when it comes to dating, sex and relationships, and Taylor Marsh has heard more people’s secrets than most “experts,” and knows that to have the perfect relationship you’ve got to know what you want.
“During the primary elections that pitted Hillary Clinton against Barack Obama, Taylor was the leading analyst of, and most articulate critic of the campaign to smear Ms. Clinton and ultimately demean her as “just a girl’ with a brush off the shoulder. Her book is a must read for students of that historic primary season.” – Ambassador Joseph Wilson
This is the must read book to understand Hillary Clinton’s candidacy and what a woman faces in politics, and the media, that a man does not.
“What drew me to Clinton in the 2008 race was the media bias and clear sexism coming from traditional and new media,” Marsh says. “It was a seminal moment in American political history that proved the media’s role in portraying women competing for leadership can be devastating.”
Marsh – described as a “die-hard Clintonite” in the Washington Post profile of her in 2008 opens up to provide inclusive analysis and insight into the electrifying effect the former First Lady has had on women’s voices in America.
In “The Hugh Hefner of Politics,” The New Republic profiled Marsh and mined the politics of sex and how powerful women are treated differently from men.
This book is a “must-read’ to understand what happened the first time around, from a political writer whose new media site, TaylorMarsh.com, was cited as “the hub for Hillary supporters during the 2008 election cycle” by The Washington Post.