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Memoirs of a Woman with Two Lovers

Relive the Idealism and
Dark Side of the Sixties

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An Exciting New Novel by the Former Publisher of Circus Magazine

I'm J.G. Rothberg, and I've got a lot to tell you. My new historical novel, Memoirs of a Woman with Two Lovers, will satisfy the appetites of those with a desire to read about the pop culture of the 1960s. In it, I chronicle the journey of one young woman through the complicated world of pop art and celebrity. My book is available now — email me today to learn more.

You may also remember me from Circus Magazine, America's cutting-edge weekly that covered the rock 'n' roll industry over four amazing decades. I was the founding publisher and editor of Circus here in New York City, where many fantastic music journalists got their starts. The magazine reached a lot of teens and young adults in those days with some of the best rock journalism ever produced. 

I've authored three novels: The Esau Swindle, Love Song for Montana Greene, and my latest, Memoirs of a Woman with Two Lovers. Now that I've turned a page in my career, I invite you to check out my latest novel — order it today from Amazon.com.

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What Memoirs of a Woman with Two Lovers is All About

News & Notes of March 22, 2018

In this period novel of the early 1960’s, Anna befriends two men, Nick and Ethan, both connected with the art world. Her obsession with Marilyn Monroe leads her to undertake a complete makeover in the hands of Tweetie, a clairvoyant, palm reading, hairdresser. With forays into music clubs in Greenwich Village with both her lovers, to taverns, and to watering holes, Anna elicits stares, and whistles as a Monroe doppelganger. At a Taylor Mead poetry reading, a transvestite grabs her crotch, and is surprised she is the real thing: a woman.

The novel is episodic, as a roommate attempts to poison Anna with plant leaves mixed into to her breakfast of waffles and strawberries. Nick her one lover is a drug addict, who spreads happiness and semen among various ladies in the Warhol entourage; Ethan, the other lover, an art critic is an anxious lover, yet pushes his career to higher levels.  

A young man arrives toward the end of the enigmatic novel, a friend of Nick's from rehab, a musician, and guitarist who claims he's Andy Warhol's son, exploding another element to the story. We learned from the very first pages of Anna's childhood friendship with Warhol, that she had given birth to a boy, when she was sixteen, with the infant immediately sold for adoption. A life event Anna agonizes over throughout the pages of the novel. Eventually Anna's fate hangs on love, intimacy, and the good doctors who work to save her life. The story ends with a surprise emotional bang, as JFK is murdered in Dallas, and Anna lay in a coma in a hospital in New York.

"Memoirs of a Woman With Two Lovers" sums up the conflicting emotions of the time, bringing together its idealism, and its darker side. Written, against a perception of Kennedy loves, won and lost with Monroe, Free Love, and Andy Warhol, and for readers who yearn for a glimpse into the Pop Culture, and loves of the time. The novel intertwines fiction, historical figures, and the Zeitgeist for a perceptive look at Americana. "Memoirs of a Woman With Two Lovers" directs its story at adult readers of all ages; the historical novel delivers all this, with a good dose of eroticism thrown in for good measure.

J.G. Rothberg writes a heart-wrenching novel of love, intimacy, life spiraling quixotically, and an attempt to murder. You hold your breath; the pages fly and you are immersed in this roller coaster ride, down the slippery slope of a romance for all of us, and for all times. “Memoirs of a Woman With Two Lovers” is the author's third and most provocative novel, yet.

About me: J.G. (Gerald, Gerry, Jerry} Rothberg founded Circus Magazine, the legendary rock and roll publication and had been its editor and publisher for forty years. Visit the author’s website for more information. www.geraldrothberg.com
Rothberg is the author of "The Esau Swindle", "Love Song for Montana Greene", and the just released “Memoirs of a Woman With Two Lovers", and the forthcoming fantasy novel "Billy B Gude, and the Escape from Elsinore Castle".

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