vivid

and

compelling

 

 

from the humorous to the tragic,

the mundane to the sublime,

Carol D. marsh

offers a gripping view into a world

where the stakes are high

and love is pushed to its limit.

 

"... but Carol D. Marsh's 'Nowhere Else I Want to Be' takes us into the lives of the women of Miriam's House -- homeless, black, and living with AIDS -- and gives them a much-needed voice in a sometimes cruel and harsh world.

(Jesse J. Holland, author of Black Men Built the Capital, and The Invisibles)

"Very few people take the time to delve into the plight

of those less fortunate ...

A powerful memoir

"vivid and compelling"

"One cannot enter into the stories marsh shares without being changed."

(Killian Noe, founder of Recovery Cafe, Seattle WA)

 

Carol D. Marsh founded, led and lived at Miriam's House, a residence for

 

Washington, DC's homeless women with AIDS. Nowhere Else I Want to Be

 

is the story of the inspiring women who transformed Marsh's life. 

 

 

From Kimberly, who triumphs over a lifelong alcohol addiction,

 

to Alyssa, who dies reaching out for the mother who abandoned her,

 

Marsh witnesses the spectrum of human experience and the depth of

 

the human spirit.

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