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(Close Enough to) Valentine's Day Book Launch in Salem

You owe it to yourself to read the book.

(SALEM) - The Intimate Conversations for Couples book will be published on Valentine’s Day, February 14th, but we can’t wait that long to tell people about it! So, on February 12th we will be holding a book launch at Honeywood Winery in Salem, Oregon, with Oregon author Bill Syrios.

Crossover Press wants to make this an event to remember, so we’re pulling out all the stops. There will be live music, wine tasting, a short talk by Syrios and we’re even giving away a limited number of Intimate Packages, consisting of wine, chocolates, flowers and a signed copy of the book! What a Valentine’s Day present!

The whole event is free, so all you have to do to be a possible winner is show up. The book launch party starts at 5:30pm, just in time for people to get off work and head down to 1350 Hines Street SE, where Honeywood is located.

You owe it to yourself to read the book. Copies will also be available for sale, and the author will gladly sign them for you. Intimate Conversations is subtitled Turn Your Relationship Into a Lifelong Love Affair, and follows a couple as they spend a weekend discussing ways to improve their relationship. The easy read also includes a number of interesting exercises couples can do to help strengthen their bonds and understand each other.



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