A true story about the adventures and challenges of a 1970's woman entrepreneur and mother in Manhattan.
Determined that destiny would not be the path predicted for most girls of her generation, the author follows a road less travelled.
The route winds through a semester in Italy, breaking through a glass ceiling as art director at an advertsing agency,
skiing in Aspen, wandering through Mexico, working in Hawaii and enjoying group houses in the Hamptons.

New territory is charted in 1970 as a woman entrepreneur in Manhattan with the founding of Creative Freelancers Inc.,
the first central agency for freelance commercial artists and writers, and in 1997 the first agency on the web. 
The road of an entrepreneur is explained and suggestions are mentored from experiences.

Marrying an older, sophisticated New York man made her a mother to three stepdaughters and two of her own children.

Haunted by early spiritual memories and mysterious predictions that come true, the author follows her path, written on the wall
and clearly pointing in a new direction for a woman of her time.

Image of Marilyn Howard    Readers say, "A great read." "Inspiring." "WOW!"

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