Preorder marilyn monroe, under the veil paperback edition
PREORDER MARILYN MONROE, UNDER THE VEIL PAPERBACK EDITION
Marilyn Monroe, Under the Veil. Autism, Numerology & Norma Jeane By Lydia Andal.
Marilyn Monroe, Under the Veil Paperback Edition will be available for preorder from this site from 27th September 2017. The Digital Edition is also available to preorder from Amazon.
The paperback edition will be available to order from Amazon and Shopify at launch from 1st December 2017.
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Publicity, Review & Endorsement Pre-Launch Highlights 2017
“Explosive” – Essex Magazine
“The prospect that Monroe herself was on the autistic spectrum is introduced, highlighting that like many autistic women, she was a skilled ‘autistic mimic’ who masked her true self and used an expertly crafted outer persona as a coping mechanism to navigate her way to stardom in the complex world of Hollywood.”
Heather Vincent (pseudonym), NHS clinical reviewer & autism specialist support worker. Heather is on the autism spectrum.
“This fascinating book will appeal to all, not just avid Monroe fans. Its eclectic, but expertly tied themes of numerology and autism, flow with an examination of psychoanalysis. Freudian thought still dominated mid-twentieth century psychiatry and the Freudian unconscious mirrors the ‘Marilyn consciousness’ described by Andal as present but still ethereal - not least for Norma Jeane.”
Lizzy Trafford, PhD student studying American Literature and researching numerology in William S. Burroughs’ Cut-Up trilogy. Lizzy was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome in 2010.
"Good luck Lydia with the launch of your fascinating and compelling new book on Marilyn Monroe. She has become such a media icon over the years. Her story (much like Princess Diana's) is one that the public feels that they don't just know, but many, particularly those who have had political leverage in the States, feel they have ownership of. Your book will blow that myth right out the window, revealing the layers of Marilyn that very few knew, and even fewer understood. Congratulations on creating such a compelling read and bringing the real Norma Jeane out into the spotlight." Lily James, UK
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