The Brady Bunch was a good wholesome show that aired from 1969 to 1974. Parents approved of the show and children loved watching it as it was entertaining and realistic. For those readers too young to remember- the show was about a blended family, a father and his 3 sons, a mother and her 3 daughters. Mike Brady and Carol (Tyler) Brady married and integrated their 6 children, Greg, Bobby, Peter, Marcia, Jan, and Cindy.
Together they made a family of 8 and for those who want to include Alice the maid the total number of family members in the Brady household was 9. Despite current rumors and speculations, Florence Henderson the mother from the Brady Bunch is not dead yet. In fact at the ripe age of 77 Florence is more alive now than she has ever been. She has even written a story about her life and some segments of the book may seem shocking!
Clearly Florence’s wholesome character Carol Brady would not approve of the lifestyle Florence lived before, during, and after she played the role of the Brady Bunch mom. The book includes the truth about her life which gives details about growing up in a poor dysfunctional family, struggling with depression, having extramarital affairs, going through a divorce, suffering hearing loss, and heart problems.
She reveals her sexual adventures with a former Mayor of New York, John Lindsay. The shocking details may force readers to watch The Brady Bunch re-runs with a tattered image of Florence. Yet readers may be intrigued by the candidness and truth of her story.
The title “Life is Not a Stage: from Broadway Baby to a Lovely Lady and Beyond”, will be released on September 20, 2011. The book can be ordered now and delivered on the day of its release. Click Here to Order Your Copy Today!
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