I wrote the book to help readers answer the question that has baffled millions. What is love? We all have a definition for it, none of which is more right than the other.
Ottawa, Ontario (PRWEB) May 13, 2012
An emotion found throughout many cultures and times, love is still one of the most confusing feelings to decipher.
Stephen A. Dantes explores the truths and deceptions of love and relationships in his book, “Is It Love?... A triangle gone square” (published by AuthorHouse).
“I wrote the book to help readers answer the question that has baffled millions. What is love? We all have a definition for it, none of which is more right than the other,” says Dantes.
Following a Caribbean family through four generations as they deal with love, joy, intimacy, betrayal, guilt, jealousy, and suffering, Dantes immerses readers in a story of human experiences and struggles. One must realize their personal values, beliefs, and perceptions to unwrap the question, “Is It Love?”
“Is It Love?... A triangle gone square”
By Stephen A. Dantes
Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-46854-525-8 / $28.99
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-46854-526-5 / $19.95
Available at http://www.amazon.com.
About the author:
Born in St. Lucia, Stephen A. Dantes left his career as a Mathematics teacher to explore his passion for performance poetry and writing. Having received a few awards for his work, he was the 2nd place winner in the “Spoken Word” category in the 2006 St. Lucia Annual National Arts Festival and was awarded “Most Requested Guest Performer” by the St. Lucia Writer’s Forum in 2010. Currently residing in Ontario, he continues to publish his poems and work on his next novel, a sequel to “Is It Love?.”
Follow him on Twitter @stephendantes
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