What Is For Worse? by Bonnie Simpson

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What Is For Worse is a question asked by a young woman who endured chronic infidelity in an effort to have her marriage rank among the elite couples experiencing longevity in marriage. The history of bad choices in men sends her on a search through her childhood to shed light on her present pain. The young wife discovers there is more to marriage than love.

About Bonnie Simpson

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Bonnie Simpson made her debut as a published writer when her poem "Hiding from Love" (listed under the pseudonym Bonnie Belle Simmons) was included in a special edition anthology compiled by the International Society of Poets: The Best Poems and Poets of the 20th Century (2000).  She earned an honorable mention in the Mississippi Delta Creative Writing Contest for College Students (2001).  Additional titles of poetry include "A Stranger in My Friend," "Spent" and "Patient Love."
Published May 14, 2008 by AuthorHouse. 176 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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