This story is for you. The woman whose life is not what she had in mind. The one who feels trapped in her own world-in her own war. And, to those of you-who like me-have ever felt all alone, when you're not.
All The Other Voices is a psychological romance that brings the reader inside the character's heads to hear the thinking that influence their choices. It shows the journey each takes as they search for their own unique identities and purpose in life.
In All The Other Voices, the main character is Marina James. She had a happily-ever-after plan for her life. To Marina it was about consciously building an image-her personal brand-so that she could get what she wanted in return from her life. But as Marina tries to balance the demands of work and family, silent voices plague her.
That is where the battle heightens and Marina deals with the past. Her integrity is questioned-her marriage, finances and promotion threatened. Life gets more complicated when a generational curse interferes and circumstances force her to face the family secret.
Throughout her journey, Marina discovers nothing really changes in the battlefield of her mind and the pursuit of happily ever after. Nothing changes, that is, unless a woman understands the voice of Truth and the power she holds within.
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Polly Mae Cashin wasn't always a novelist, but she's been a writer all her life. She writes about communication in relationships with psychological and spiritual underpinnings. Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota she spent her childhood in the northern suburb of Arden Hills. She began her college education at Northwestern University, earning a B.S. in Psychology and went on to earn a M.A. in Communications from Bethel University-finishing the same year as her oldest son. Polly has provided creative services (graphic design, copywriting, marketing) for clients the majority of her career and is now publishing stories of her own creation. She currently lives on the Whitefish Chain of Lakes in Crosslake, Minnesota with her husband, Jim. They have five adult children and a growing number of grandchildren.