Amazing Love Stories: Inspirational Stories

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Amazing People Club, Jun 15, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 200 pages
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What is it that makes one person fall in love with another? Explore this eternal question in Amazing Love Stories, which provides a unique perspective on great love stories that feature amazing characters including Emperor Napoleon and Josephine, Marina Gamba and her lover Galileo, William Shakespeare and his wife, Anne Hathaway. Explore what drew these people together and what pulled them apart. Love stories come in different forms, and those in this eStory reveal many areas of attraction from the bedroom to the boardroom. These stories are written through a new story format called BioViews(R) from Amazing People Worldwide(R). A BioView(R) is a short biographical story, similar to an interview. These unique stories provide new insight on love and can help you better understand your own life and relationships.

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With Valentines day fast approaching us, it is time to get into the 'lovin' mood!!! Fantastic love stories from yesteryear, now these guys truly knew what passion was.. highly recommended read.
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I really enjoyed this. Found it to be an easy, enjoyable read, and so much better than just any old romance novel. This is real life, and focusses on people in history. Just captivating! Well done Mr Margerison.

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About the author (2010)

Educational psychologist and entrepreneur, Dr Charles Margerison, created the concept for the Amazing People series during a visit to Stratford-upon-Avon, when he wondered what Shakespeare might say if he was interviewed about his life achievements. The series now features the stories of over 500 amazing people. As well as working in educational institutions for many years, Dr Margerison has consulted widely for global organizations. He was previously Professor of Management at Cranfield University, UK, and the University of Queensland, Australia. The author of numerous books, Dr Margerison is a member of the Royal Institution and the Royal Society of Literature.