Category Archives: Next Year in Jerusalem! Part 1

Designing a Romantic Vacation, Bring Along a New Romance Book!


It is easy and fun to become romantic. One doesn’t need a lover, necessily. For example, just thinking about or […]

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The Seven Gateways to Happiness Help us To Romance Life


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Romance reading is fun. A ‘dog’ in a novel is bearable, in real life he may be very painful.


In Next Year in Jerusalem, Romance, Mystery & Spiritual Awakenings!, Natalie has such fond, romantic memories of Jack. She remembers […]

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What Makes a New Romance Book a Summer Romantic Page-Turner?


Just picture this: there you are wearing a beautiful new sunhat, looking fabulous and tan in your new bathing suit, […]

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True Romance is it what love is or is it what makes good reading in Romance Books and Magazines?


Yehudit Channen comments in her recent article TRUE ROMANCE at http://www.aish.com/d/w/91463044.html “I spent a lot of my childhood reading my […]

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Why Did I Waste All Those Years? We All Need to Understand The Seven Gateways of Happiness


Our lives are a narrative that we are living. And if we don’t make sense of our lives and make […]

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I Can’t Wait for Book 2 of Next Year in Jerusalem! Trilogy


The good news is that Book 2 is now available in both paperback and e-book format. Get your paperback version […]

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What’s the Difference Between The Enchanted Self and a Romance Book?


THE ENCHANTED SELF is a psychological concept that I, as a positive psychologist, developed over many years, after researching woman […]

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Every Good Romance Novel Has a Back Story


Whether you are aware of it or not, every good romance novel has a back story. Either the author has […]

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To Get Successfully Romantic Try The Seven Gateways to Happiness


In order to live a life of happiness with plenty of romance, we need to know how to optimize our […]

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