Love Changes Everything – October 13, 2021

Join us with authors Joan Foor, Rebecca Rosenberg, and Anna Svetchnikov.

Joan Foor, author of “My Heart’s Journey” – An attractive, charismatic young woman in love wonders if this is true love or infatuation. Paco, a handsome retired professional soccer player does not understand why two people in love have to marry to live together. Joan’s religious upbringing makes this impossible. Unable to handle the pressures of her job and Paco’s persistence, Joan convinces him she needs a vacation. Paco reluctantly agrees on a trip to Spain to meet his family as long as she stays with his mother.


Rebeca Rosenberg, author of “Champagne Widows” – Twenty-year-old Barbe-Nicole inherited Le Nez (an uncanny sense of smell) from her great-grandfather, a renowned champagne maker. She is determined to use Le Nez to make great champagne, but the Napoleon Code prohibits women from owning a business. When she learns her childhood sweetheart, François Clicquot, wants to start a winery, she marries him despite his mental illness. Soon, her husband’s tragic death forces her to become Veuve (Widow) Clicquot and grapple with a domineering partner, the complexities of making champagne, and six Napoleon wars, which cripple her ability to sell champagne. When she falls in love with her sales manager, Louis Bohne, who asks her to marry, she must choose between losing her winery to her husband, as dictated by Napoleon Code or losing Louis. In the ultimate showdown, Veuve Clicquot defies Napoleon himself, risking prison and even death.


Anna Svetchnikov, author of “I Deserve More”A story about the adventures of Claire and her cat Archie. One day, they found a magic wand that gave them a chance to change their lives. Claire and Archie went on an amazing journey of self-exploration and self-reflection. This book is based on the concept of Narrative therapy and includes therapeutic exercises for children and parents to practice at home. Therapy And Storytelling: Children are able to comprehend and learn better when therapeutic information is presented in a storytelling format. It allows children to learn the important concepts of taking responsibility and to become competent in controlling their anger, anxiety, insecurities, and other emotions. It teaches the importance and value of emotional regulation and intelligence with coping and adapting skills for children and parents.


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