Marjorie McLane Maxfield
MARJORIE MAXFIELD is an American writer.
Her newest novel is DARLIN’, I WAS MADE IN TEXAS.
She is currently writing DARLIN’, IT WON’T BE FOR LONG, a second novel in the Laurence Hamilton series, set in Texas, Taos, New Mexico and Washington, D.C.
Marjorie is recognized as having created the country’s first financial television and radio talk shows for PBS Ch. 8 and KTRH radio in Houston in 1980. Today the talk show format is the programming centerpiece for CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, Bloomberg, Fox News as well as other television and radio stations.
Her current writing projects also include short stories, THE MAGIK ROOM and TEXAS FRIENDS, DECEASED AND OTHERWISE. Her writing has appeared in newspapers, magazines, and on the Internet.
As a nationally-recognized etiquette expert, she self-published The Write Stuff: A Modern Guide to Personal Stationery & Wedding. It is in its 3rd printing. Her publishing company, MMM Signature Press, is Houston-based.
As a bestselling author, she went on a book tour, appearing on primetime news and talk shows in major metropolitan markets such as Washington, D.C., Denver, San Antonio, and Houston. As a featured guest, she has signed books at events at book and retail stores, universities, and key venues, including the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, NYC, and the National Stationery Show.
MARJORIE MAXFIELD is a host of a popular Podcast, a public speaker, and has written a blog for WeddingWire.
On her popular weekly Podcast, Spiritual Revelations with Marjorie Maxfield, she shares her enlightening message to students of all faiths, and none.
As a professional speaker, she has appeared before diversified audiences including the Public Relations Society of America, Trinity University, San Antonio; the National Association of Wedding Planners, and the keynote speaker for Bridal Showcase in Washington, D.C., Denver, and Houston, Texas.
s the lead writer for WeddingWire, the largest bridal internet site, she, for six-years, posted weekly blogs, often set to music. Her etiquette advice has appeared in feature articles in magazines and newspapers as well as across social media.
MARJORIE MAXFIELD is a successful Texas business women.
Marjorie established a Texas-based public relations and advertising firm, The Max Agency. Her clients included nationally-recognized corporations and leaders in the financial, real estate development, and retail industries. She began her career as a print, television, and radio copywriter, and has won awards for her marketing, writing, and graphic design.
As an accomplished Texas business women, she and her husband own what the national press called, the store of the rich and famous, Tanglewood Pharmacy and Gifts. A retail icon in Texas, her clients include past presidents and first ladies, senators, astronauts, sports legends, rock and movie stars, celebrities, and Texas luminaries. Her first wedding invitation-stationery bride was Olympic Gold Medalist, Mary Lou Retton.
She was born in Jersey City, New Jersey and moved to San Antonio, Texas fifteen years later. She received a degree from Trinity University in Philosophy.
She is a member of PEN America, The Authors’ Guild, Western Writers of America, Mystery Writers of America, the Texas State Historical Association, and the Texas Library Association.
he has served on the board and has been active in many charitable, civic, church and professional organizations, including the Junior League of Houston, the Public Relations Society of America, the Houston Art Directors Club, and the American Advertising Federation—her honors include an ADDY awards for sales promotion (Houston and San Antonio, Texas).
he and her husband, Jim, donated their 100-piece “You Are What You Write On,” memorabilia collection to The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History at the University of Texas in Austin.
Speaking Engagements/ Book Signings:
he Public Relations Society of America,
Trinity University, San Antonio;
National Association of Wedding Planners,
Keynote speaker for Bridal Showcase in Washington, D.C.,
Denver, and Houston, Texas.
Waldorf Towers, New York City
New York Stationery Show, Javits Center, NYC
Houston Bridal Showcase, Washington, D.C.
Rocky Mountain Bridal Show, Denver, Colorado
Wedding Showcase Bridal Show Houston, Texas
Martin's Episcopal Church Houston, Texas, largest US Episcopal Church (President George W. Bush church
The MMM Classes, Atlanta, Georgia
Houston Baptist University, Houston, Texas
PS the Letter, Fort Worth, Texas
Holy Name Retreat Center, Houston, Texas
Rice Epicurian Lecture Series Houston, Texas
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority Houston, Texas
River Oaks Book Store Houston, Texas