Chicken soup for the dating soul
Marlin and Mathis will sign copies of the book at Barnes & Noble, 960 S.
Colorado Blvd., in Glendale, on Saturday, June 16, from to p.m.
“So I polished it up and sent it in.” In March, she got word that her story “Haven’t We Met Somewhere Before? “After I got over the shock, it occurred to me that I should ask my partner if it would be okay to share our story with the world,” Marlin said. We’re a good story.” Mathis said that she too has always liked reading the inspirational books and was in fact published two years ago in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Spirit of America.
For this new book she said, “I wanted to share our love story since it’s a story of commitment, hope and enduring love.
“They want to share this book with a 25-year-old daughter to encourage her as she waits for love or to let a widow or divorcee know that second chances at love are possible.” With more than 150 books to her credit since she and her husband Bill Rouhana acquired Chicken Soup for the Soul in 2008, Newmark has a sense for what readers want.
For over 15 years, her message has encouraged and equipped women to live with confidence, peace, and trust.
From elementary school to college, and from piano teachers to sports coaches, this book makes a hilarious and heartwarming gift for our favorite mentors.
bestselling author and speaker who helps everyday women live an adventure of faith through following Jesus Christ.
Before the authors knew they had been selected, Amy Newmark, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series, knew their stories would resonate with readers.
“People tell us that they want to be able to offer hope,” she said.