CHICAGO, IL (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Black author launches "The Girls Club" to empower women to better deal with and understand the opposite sex. When Chicago author, Carrie Carr, came across a fascinating book that shed the light on the male dilemma, she was so impressed, she felt compelled to share the title with every woman she knew.
Author attests to having many friends who are in less than desirable romantic relationships, some even damaging to their self-worth. Every week, she witnesses women being treated as doormats by men. The turning point came for Carr when her good friend in New York City swore her boyfriend would love her forever because she put him through law school while she worked as the sole bread winner. One thing Carr has learned is that men appreciate you more for the less you do for them and that's just the beginning.
*(Photo Caption: Carrie Carr, founder of The Girls Club and author of the novel, "Single Black Female.")
It is the author's hope to spread the word about the male psyche through one of the best books every written about men.
By now women are probably wondering what the title is of this amazing book that left such an impression on Carr. It's "Why Men Love Bitches" by Sherry Argov.
Carr is looking for women to take this journey into the mind of the male species and find out whether Sherry Argov knows what she's talking about.
Carr notes that she is not a male basher. On the contrary, she is happily married to a great guy. However, she admits that there is still much to be learned about the opposite sex which most women would agree.
To become a member of The Girls Club, all you need do is:
1. Send an email to email@example.com noting your interest so that she can add you to the roster for future mailings, events and giveaways.
2. Read the book "Why Men Love Bitches" and share your thoughts. Comments will be posted on the bulletin board for all to see who visit the website: www.autumngirlpress.com.
3. Practice some of the advice in the book and send success stories to Carr. All success stories will be posted on the site as well, anonymously, of course.
Carrie Carr is the founder of The Girls Club. She is a novelist and screenwriter. Her first novel, "Single Black Female" was published in the summer of 2005 and is available at Barnes & Noble, Waldenbooks and Amazon.com. For more information about Carr, visit: www.autumngirlpress.com.
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