San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 30, 2013
Finding Mr. Right may seem as unlikely to some women as winning the lottery, but Debbianne DeRose’s new book, “How I Met the Man of My Dreams: a Guide to MANifesting Yours,” is a new-age-y and practical guide to having it all.
“Whether you’re new to the Woo – metaphysical or beyond ego-brain perception – or a veteran looking for a breakthrough, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more practical, fresh (or fresh-mouthed) look at the MANifestation process,” DeRose says. “So much more than just the metaphysical mechanics of rustlin’ up a mate, it’s about who you become in the undertaking.”
Years of single-womanhood can leave a gal wondering if she’ll ever find a bona fide SuperLove, says DeRose, who also came to doubt that finding Mr. Right was possible.
Negative feelings and thoughts are all that stand between a woman and the man of her dreams, she says. He’s there. Be sure you’re ready to recognize him by focusing on self-love, acceptance, appreciation and amusement.
“That’s where the MANifesting gets really interesting: believing is not a requirement,” she says. “When my Dreamboat sailed into the harbor, I was so inspired that I decided to ‘reverse-engineer’ the Law of Attraction for the single sisterhood, with humor and tough love.”
DeRose is the author of other New Age books that focus on self-acceptance and self-empowerment. Fans love both her message and her style.
“Debbianne has a delightful sense of humor and is quite gifted in the art of descriptive prose,’’ writes K.S., an Amazon reviewer.
S.C. writes, “I love her chutzpah and independent, clear-thinking mind.”
This guide to finding Mr. Right includes DeRose’s true-love story, told in part to prime the imagination of her readers, she says.
“Those ladies who read the book and actually give the advice a chance should prepare to laugh, take an honest look within and, best of all, be ready to be taken off the market!”
About Debbianne DeRose
Debbianne DeRose specializes in honest, humorous explorations of all things “woo-woo” – that is, metaphysical, mystical, spiritual, paranormal or New Age-y. She’s the author of a hilarious memoir, “What I Did On My Midlife Crisis Vacation.” Formally trained in the conservative arts of engineering and economics, she has worked as an “enginerd,” database geek, non-profiteer, college instructor, bricolage artist and house flipper before diving headlong into the world of woo-woo wordsmithery. DeRose resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with the man of her dreams.