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Profound and Perfect Things - A Novel

Maribel Garcia

Publisher: She Writes Press

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Summary

•	Women are the largest book-buying demographic, and stories about bonds between sisters and mother-daughter bonds have strong appeal.   
•	Roughly 15 to 20 percent of all pregnancies in the United States end in miscarriage.
•	More than an estimated 10 million adults now identify as LGBT in the U.S. today.
•	Anencephaly is one of the most common types of neural tube defect, affecting about 1 in 1,000 pregnancies. 

AUDIENCE:
•	Adult females ages 17-65
•	Readers who enjoy reading about the US/Mexico Border and small rural towns
•	Readers of upmarket woman’s fiction (combination between literary and commercial)
•	Readers who like to read ethnic fiction
•	Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and questioning Latinas/os

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