Illustrated with syndicated cartoons Relationships/Self-Help The classic book on creating romantic relationships includes the author's personal notes, funny comments and stories and insightful observations that are literally handwritten in the book's margins. The authors annotated text includes: --Suggestions for how to expand on ideas in the book --Witty observations about the state of romantic love --Stories of how other readers have been romantic Of course, the core of the book centers around 1001 specific, creative, wacky and meaningful ways to express love, hundreds of which have been updated for the 21st century ("Romantic Resources on the Web," for example). The result is a new generation of 1001 Ways to Be Romantic that is deeper, funnier and bigger than the wildly successful original book.
Over 1.5 Million Copies Sold! Nationwide radio tour Romance seminars & book signings nationwide Valentine 2000 campaign Seen on Oprah, Donahue, Montel, Jenny Jones, Good Morning America, CNN, Romance Classics TV Featured in Cosmo, Playboy, Glamour, Brides, Redbook, New York Times, Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times