More: A Memoir of Open Marriage

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Doubleday Books
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5.7 X 8.3 X 1.2 inches | 0.85 pounds

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About the Author
MOLLY RODEN WINTER was raised in Evanston, Illinois, and lives in Park Slope, Brooklyn, with her husband and two sons. Her personal essays have appeared in The Cut, Time Magazine, Romper, and elsewhere. She is half of the guitar-playing, song-writing duo House of Mirth. Her website is
"Breathtakingly candid"--The New York Times

"Very frank--and very hot...More is bound to be passed furtively from friend to friend and gobbled up after the kids go to bed. It will make for an electrifying book club pick, inciting debate over what marriage means...This book will no doubt find its way into the hands of many people who wouldn't be caught dead with a copy of The Ethical Slut but who are curious enough about open marriage to read the guidebook first, even if they're not quite ready to take the trip."-- The Washington Post

"Rather than rejecting monogamy outright, this thoughtful foray into free love asks if polyamory can enrich a couple's relationship...Roden Winter makes a strong case for open marriage as a crucible in which love of self, partner and others can be deepened."--The Financial Times

"Jaw-droppingly blunt...I listened to the whole thing in a single sitting..."--Vulture

"This memoir reads like a novel narrated in the first person--impossible to put down...What will really captivate readers, however, is Winter's journey of introspection, a quest to understand herself and her needs and to find self-love and self-acceptance. Through her easily accessible, quickly devoured narrative, readers become something like confidants to Winter, rather than voyeurs. An honest look at how an open marriage can work, an excellent read for people interested in self-discovery or ethical non-monogamy."--Library Journal (starred review)

"Intimate...An illuminating and balanced account of a nontraditional relationship. For those curious about polyamory, this is a spicy, stimulating treat."--Publishers Weekly

"A brave book... [Roden Winter] frankly takes on sex, jealousy, pleasure, and self-discovery."--Kirkus Reviews

"An intimate portrait of a woman on an earnest search to reclaim her passion...This story is a balm for those with unmet yearnings and a triumph for those who have made their own first steps toward getting more out of life."--Christie Tate, bestselling author of Group and BFF

"An intimate glimpse into an open marriage with all its glorious imperfections. What a gift to witness Molly and her husband fumble through this relationship evolution and offer us a front row seat to their growth as a couple, and her breakthroughs as an individual. For anyone who's ever been curious about open marriage, this engrossing, achingly honest memoir is a must-read."--Emily Morse, founder and host, Sex With Emily

"With candor, humor, and vulnerability, Molly illustrates how non-monogamy can be a powerful catalyst for living more authentically, breaking free of socially scripted people-pleasing roles, and having a more secure relationship with one's self, family, and partner."--Jessica Fern, author of Polysecure

"A luscious and surprising tale of one woman finding her way back to herself. An honest and astonishing memoir of what it means to authentically desire."--Rachel Yoder, author of Nightbitch