We don't talk about non-fiction books very often here at EIR, but being that tomorrow is Valentine's Day and all, what could be more helpful to our readers than the chance to win a book that might just help them find love, save love, or make the REAL romance in their lives deepen and grow. That's why, courtesy of Savannah at Howard Books, I am giving away THE ART OF FALLING IN LOVE by Joe Beam.
What it's about (from the back cover):
The Book of Love
This is a book about love--how to fall in love, stay in love, and renew lost love.
The Art of Falling in Love is the culmination of years of research by marriage and love expert Joe Beam. In these pages, Beam reveals a tried-and-true process for finding genuine, lasting love. In fact, this process--or "LovePath"--consists of four concrete steps that anyone can follow. Those who walk this path will fall in love whether they intend to or not, and those who stray from it won't find true love no matter how hard they try.
This book describes, in a way you won't find anywhere else, what love is, how to find it, how to keep from losing it, and how to get it back if you've already lost it. Insightful, revealing, and practical, yet full of gentle humor, this book leads you through the process that will keep you in love for the rest of your life.
About the author: Joe Beam is an internationally known speaker and author. He founded Family Dynamics Institute in 1994 and led it through rapid growth for fourteen years. In 2008, he founded LovePath International because he wanted to do more than just educate couples; he also wanted to benefit singles and change the way both married couples and singles live and love so that their relationships will be all they can be. He has appeared on television and radio, including ABC's Good Morning America, Focus on the Family, NBC's Today show, and The Dave Ramsey Show. He and his wife, Alice, live in Nashville, Tennessee, and have three grown daughters.
GIVEAWAY!To enter, simply leave your name, spam free email address (jane dot doe at jmail dot com)---and (if you feel so inclined) a Valentine's Day greeting to someone special---in the comment box below. Giveaway will be open through 11:59 pm on Sunday 2/17/2013.
I'm still working my way through this book, but I can say that, even after nearly 20 years of marriage I am learning a lot (like the fact that I still have a lot to learn!) from the examples in this book. Joe Beam's conversant style of writing is very easy to jump into and he writes from the heart of one has been in a seemingly hopeless place in his marriage and has made it to the other side with joy.
I hope this book will be a blessing and an encouragement to you and your valentine (or, for you single gals, for you and for the one out there who is your as-of-yet-unknown valentine-to-be!) Happy Valentine's Day!