Books by Carole Marshall
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   Carole   Marshall   is   a   former   Peninsula   Daily   News    columnist.      She   also   wrote feature   stories   for   American   Profile ,   a   national   magazine.      Two   of   those   stories were   selected   for   HarperCollins   book,   Hometown   Heroes ,   published   in   2007.         She has   published   two   novels,   Dearest    and   Reading   to   Jane .      Her   nonfiction   work includes   Maximum   Fitness-Minimum   Risk ,   a   Simple   How-to   Wellness   Guide   for Folks   with   Heart   Disease,   Diabetes,   COPD   and   a   warmly   honest   sharing   of   loss   in The   Magnificent   Quiet   –   Losing   a   Loved   One,   An   Open   Letter.         She   has   also contributed   to   Chicken   Soup   for   the   Soul   books.      Carole   is   a   graduate   of   the University    of    Washington    Extension    Writers’    Program:    Nonfiction    Writing    and studied photography while living in CA.       In   addition   to   writing,   Carole   worked   for   many   years   as   a   medical   assistant   and personal   trainer   specializing   in   senior   fitness.      She   received   her   personal   training certification   from   Fullerton   College.      Today   she   writes   about   senior   fitness   on   her Aging Fit page.      Born   in   the   Bronx,   New   York   she   currently   lives   in   the   Pacific   Northwest   with husband Jim and two very spoiled critters.
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