PRLog - Feb. 11, 2014 - MESA (AZ)—Brighton Publishing LLC is pleased to announce the eBook release of Gabrielle Anna’s latest work, “Dates to Remember or Wish You Could Forget: Gettin’ It Oh So Right.” From emotional distrust to evocative romance, author Gabrielle Anna delivers a unique—and provocative—
"Dates to Remember or Wish You Could Forget" by Gabrielle Anna
Through the eyes of author Gabrielle Anna, readers will embark on a remarkable journey of self-actualization—
a fervent appeal to communicate with our inner selves.
After an unsettling college fling, Ms. Anna soon discovers that finding the right guy is not only difficult, but nearly impossible. Eventually, she seeks answers from the abundance of resources readily available—self-help guides.
And soon, she will find herself caught up in the swirling, hazy vortex known as dating.
In time, Ms. Anna’s copious notes and observations on the subject begin to bear fruit in the relationships around her. What initially begins as a hobby quickly becomes a social experiment fueled by her expansive and articulate re-telling of private social encounters.
In short, with her unique style and wit, Ms. Anna plays guide to the unchaining of our emotional and physical bonds, freeing us once again to live…
…and to experience life on a uniquely different level.
“Author Gabrielle Anna redefines the scope and breadth of romance and the emotional ties that bind humanity together,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing LLC. “Dates to Remember or Wish You Could Forget: Gettin’ It Oh So Right provides much needed insight and well-reasoned advice based upon actual experience.”
Author Gabrielle Anna encourages her readers to seize liberation and share in the laughter of love and self-actualization. As a Counseling Psychology student at Johnson and Wales University, Ms. Anna has a deep interest and knowledge in human behavior and relationships. Her life has been filled with a variety of experiences from counseling to yoga. Writing is one of Ms. Anna’s deepest passions; not only does she find it therapeutic, but also a vital connection to other people.