Here's the Story

Here's the Story

Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice

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A behind-the-scenes memoir by the actress best known for her portrayal of Marcia Brady describes the painful disparity between her on-screen persona and her real life, recounting the dark secret that overshadowed her relationship with her mother and siblings and her own struggles with depression, addiction, and eating disorders. 300,000 first printing.

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The New York Times bestseller Here’s the Story is the poignant memoir of Maureen McCormick, who starred as the beloved Marcia Brady on the hit series The Brady Bunch. Maureen tells her shocking and inspirational true story, taking readers behind the scenes of one of America’s favorite television families, and to the dark side, where she was caught up in a fast-paced, drug-fueled, star-studded Hollywood existence that ultimately led to the biggest battle of her life.



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A behind-the-scenes memoir by the actress best known for her portrayal of Marcia Brady describes the painful disparity between her on-screen persona and her real life, recounting the dark secret that overshadowed her relationship with her mother and siblings and her own struggles with depression, addiction, and eating disorders.
The actress best known for her portrayal of Marcia Brady describes the painful disparity between her onscreen persona and her real life, recounting her relationship with her mother and siblings and her struggles with depression, addiction, and eating disorders.

Publisher: New York : William Morrow, c2008
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780061490149
0061490148
Branch Call Number: BIO McCormick MCC
Characteristics: x, 277 p., [32] p. of plates :,ill., ports. ;,24 cm.

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mybibliothike Aug 02, 2010

Maureen McCormick was no 'Marcia, Marcia, Marcia'! Brutally honest, she tells of a life that had little resemblens to her perfect girl-next-door character.

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tedrich2921
Jul 12, 2009

It's a bit embarrassing to admit that I read this book. I think every boy that was born in the ?50's liked Marcia Brady, so I have to admit that was the initial motivation. However, it was better written (or edited) than I expected. I didn't know that Maureen McCormick, the real Marcia Brady, was one very, very messed up person. Even now, she is battling with a delusional father and brother. It has not been a very Brady life. I found the book a good summer-reading type book.

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Minnetonka_Library
Apr 11, 2009

Marcia...Marcia...Marcia....

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