CHICAGO (PRWEB) September 18, 2012
Recent Hollywood productions like “Snow White and the Huntsman” and “Mirror, Mirror” are proof that fairytales linger in society’s subconscious. Most if not all of the fairytales of old and the present day have a Prince Charming ready to sweep the princess off her feet. Are happy endings even possible in real life? Does Prince Charming even exist in today’s world? In their novel, “Prince Charming My Way”, authors Vanity and Vanessa Johnson explore these questions while weaving a modern-day fairytale brimming with lessons and insights on love and life.
The story centers on a woman who comes to terms with her past. She goes on a remarkable journey that will let her find, lose and rediscover love and teach her the essence of family, identity and relationships. During the course of the transformational odyssey she will also discover some new things about herself and the people around her. Unfolding in brilliant poetry, prose and compelling dialogs between characters, the book ultimately reveals what it means to love and live fully.
By turns humorous, poignant and heartwarming, “Prince Charming My Way” is a celebration of love and an invitation to explore it in the brilliant light of some of life’s greatest questions.
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About the Author
Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, Vanity and Vanessa Johnson embarked on a fascinating journey when they joined the navy. During that time they were able to see the world in a different point of view. As they experienced life at its fullest, they decided to write about how they felt and this eventually gave way to eye-opening poetry and short stories. They have finally decided to come to together and show the world what they have created and hope that their readers learn something new about themselves.
Prince Charming My Way * by Vanity Johnson & Vanessa Johnson
Publication Date: May 17, 2012
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