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Whether you're happily single or gloriously married, this just might be the event for you.
The Los Angeles Black Expo will be showcasing a diverse group of authors including M.J Duffy, Los Angeles Queen of the Paranormal Romance genre. Ms Duffy's book "Lost Love," is creating in stir in the bedrooms and broad-rooms across America.
“Lost Love," the first book in the Zankli Chronicles. A paranormal sensual thriller, Lost Love’s realm of romance isn’t a static passion story. “Lost Love" is a page-turner that thrills like an action movie, chills like a gritty crime mystery and passionately heats up to a boiling-point unlike most books in the romance genre. It is a sizzling story about a powerful alien species called Zankli. Born in Togo, West Africa this paranormal tribe is incapable of evil and possesses superior human DNA. Zankli descendants Andre Dunn and cosmetics heiress, Tyler Mueller, find, lose and regain their lost love.
This weekend is your chance to meet Ms.Duffy, hear excerpts from her book and a sneak review of her second book in the Zankli Chronicle Series. M.J will also be conducting free workshops on enhancing or improving your love life at the book fair.
Duffy said that she was also amazed to learn that reading romance novels can serve as a lighthouse for passionate living. She was convinced of this when she discovered research about brain imaging. Duffy said just looking at an object of your affection or new love lights up the ventral segmental area of the brain, releasing a chemical called Dopamine. A powerful stimulant that delivers an adrenaline rush, igniting the passion making this the feeling we want to experience over and over again.
“The brain craves head-over-heels love,Duffy said. “We were built to love and I believe our brains can’t help but to respond to the romance novels powerful stimuli. One reader who had been widowed for years said M.J’s book inspired her to seek love again despite her mature age.”
The Los Angeles Black Book Expo - Free Event Open to the public
Los Angeles Convention Center
Doors open at noon