Marcia Ware

Biography

With a resume that includes appearances at Carnegie Hall, The House of Blues in Chicago, the Grand Ol’ Opry, five European and three Australian concert tours, Marcia Ware’s musical background is as varied as it is colorful. She has provided background vocals for artists such as Lorrie Morgan, Pam Tillis, Peter Frampton, Mary Wilson of the Supremes, Gospel greats Bill and Gloria Gaither and legendary Chaka Khan, and has been a featured vocalist with the famed Funk Brothers of Motown.
An aspiring actress, she has appeared in several episodes of the third season of the ABC drama, Nashville playing…surprise, surprise…a background singer.
Marcia counts first among her many passions her relationship with her Savior; as well as time spent with her family and her amazing boyfriend, songwriting, travel, harmonizing with the radio, good food, endless games of Candy Crush on her smartpohone, Daniel Day-Lewis movies and Ohio State Buckeyes football.
Maggie's Song is Marcia’s first novel. She resides in Franklin, TN

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Books

Maggie's Refrain
Series: Full Circle. Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 50,890. Language: English. Published: November 27, 2015 by WordCrafts Press. Categories: Fiction » African American fiction » Romance, Fiction » Romance » Clean & wholesome
Joe tried to process what he was witnessing between Blake and Maggie. The conversation was obviously intimate - that much was hard to hide. And Sissy’s words came back to haunt him: "The man is a charmer. I can’t think of one woman on the planet who hasn’t been blindsided by that accent."
Maggie's Song
Series: Full Circle. Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 51,620. Language: English. Published: July 15, 2015 by WordCrafts Press. Categories: Fiction » African American fiction » Contemporary woman, Fiction » Romance » Clean & wholesome
Richard said all the right things. At first Maggie thought he was a small piece of heaven. There was nothing she wouldn’t do for him. Soon enough she discovered the truth. Maggie was sweet enough to love, but for Richard, Maggie was just a stepping stone to the rich and famous. As for Maggie, the only reason she held on was that nagging question: "If not Richard, then who on earth would want me?"

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