Seeking Happily Ever After -- The Book
Look for Seeking Happily Ever After: Navigating the ups and downs of being single without losing your mind (and finding lasting love along the way) published by Tarcher/Penguin (Sept. 23, 2010). In this warm, wise and insightful self-help book, Michelle Cove, Director of the documentary Seeking Happily Ever After, strives to answer complicated questions that arose during research: How do you figure out the right path when everyone is telling you what to do? How can you be sure it's right? And how can you navigate the ups and downs of that path and feel good? This book is for you if you're:
- Seeking Mr. Right (or Mr. Right Now)
- Living with someone and eager to say "I do"
- Going through a break-up
- Unsure if marriage is right for you
- (Pretty sure it's not)
- Happy to take it slow and enjoy the right here, right now
Join the SHEA facebook page to find out what category of singlehood you're in, and get custom advice for heading towards your happily-ever-after. You'll also find reviews, author interviews, give-aways and updates about upcoming screenings of the doc and Q&As in your area.
About the Author:
Michelle Cove is co-author of the national bestseller
I'm Not Mad, I Just Hate You: a new understanding of mother-daughter conflict (Viking, 1999). She is also the Editor of 614: the HBI ezine, a national online magazine that aims to spark conversation on hot topics for young Jewish women. Michelle is a regular guest columnist for Single Minded Women, and has been freelance writing for the past 20 years for national magazines, including Body & Soul, Psychology Today, and Family Fun.