The granddaughter of a former Mayor of Columbus, Ohio, Marsha Bauer has a master's degree in English from Duquesne University and an undergraduate degree in English from Penn State.
During her graduate studies, Marsha worked as a model. Afterward, she became a high-school English teacher and then moved into the publications field, working first as a technical editor of Naval Intelligence documents (where she had a Secret clearance) and then as a technical writer, publications project manager, and business analyst.
Marsha has had three historical romances published by Zebra Books. Treasured Embrace was the first, followed by a multi-book contract that included Sweet Conquest, then Pirate's Angel (a lead title).
In her spare time, Marsha lectures at universities, presents workshops at conferences, and judges writing contests. She is a member of Novelists, Inc and Romance Writers of America.
Marsha lives in Pennsylvania with her husband. They have two grown children, both of whom have posed as her cover models.
Treasured Embrace will "rivet readers to page after titillating page."
"Exciting and fast-moving love story.... Kent is a lover and hero of all our dreams as he endears himself to the reader page after page."
--Affaire de Coeur
"You will revel in reading about the loving adventures of this likable couple."
"Turn on the air conditioning. Marsha Bauer has one hot imagination."
"Fresh and fun"
"Four and 1/2 Stars! . . . A smoldering love story"
--Affaire de Coeur
PIRATE'S ANGEL (lead title)
"Five stars!" (highest rating)
"Draws the reader into an intricate, passionate, and gripping adventure"
Where to find Marsha Bauer online
War Letters: Eleanor, My Darling--a Memoir of WWII
From the perspective of "an officer and a gentleman"--a memoir of World War II told through letters sent from an Army Infantry captain to his lovely Red Cross wife back home. It is a story of love amidst a heroic war; a love begun in the Army camps of the southern US, and then continued from afar from the jungles of the South Pacific--New Guinea, Dutch East Indies, and the Philippines.
Solving the Three Ancient Problems using the Graef Curves
Three Ancient Problems (trisecting the angle, squaring the circle, duplicating the cube) have challenged mathematicians for 2000 years. It's impossible to solve them using compass and straightedge alone, so mathematicians were challenged to create a curve or curve family to solve all three. No one accomplished this feat--until Graef. His curves were verified/published in top math publications.
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