LOS ANGELES, CA – August 2, 2016 – Charles J. Orlando — author, relationship expert, and popular Facebook and TV personality — today announced an upcoming discussion and book signing at Barnes & Noble at The Grove in Los Angeles, California. During the event, Orlando will be discussing his research about the top issues people face when trying to find healthy, happy love in today’s technology-centric world, and offering the blueprint for finding and maintaining a successful relationship. He will also sign his latest book, The Pact: Goodbye, Past. Hello, Love!
Orlando has spent the last 15 years examining the issues couples and singles face as they connect and relate to each other — specifically looking at the intersection where love and technology collide. His real-world research and keen insights into modern-day relationship dynamics are the keys to his success — including 1.4 million followers on Facebook, a thriving coaching business with clients around the world, and a new television show coming soon.
In his third book, The Pact: Goodbye, Past. Hello, Love!, Mr. Orlando identifies the critical issues that prevent people from finding and keeping relationships that are happy and healthy. Leveraging thousands of inquiries from clients and followers across the globe, Orlando has uncovered the 10 critical lessons people need to address for their love lives to thrive. He offers these lessons in the simplest of terms, and presents the reader with a clear path to stop their destructive patterns, release past toxic relationships, change their partner selection process, and dramatically improve their self-esteem and self-worth.
“Blunt, brilliant and filled with tough-love truths and sound, sensible advice, The Pact is Skinny Bitch for your relationship,” said Jenna McCarthy, author of Everything’s Relative. “Whether you’re single, searching or struggling in your current situation, The Pact will show you how to kick the past to the curb and find the love you deserve.”
“The Pact is the modern love seeker’s bible,” said John Gray, Ph.D., bestselling author of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus. “Charles’ insight into modern relationships is remarkable, and it’s all based on his research, his experience, and his real-world relationship laboratory on Facebook. Kudos to Orlando for his insights into why so many people aren’t finding happiness in their relationships.”
Barnes & Noble at The Grove will host Charles J. Orlando on Wednesday, August 24, 2016, from 7pm – 9pm PDT. At the start of the event, Orlando will present and discuss the issues that plague couples and singles searching for love and happiness. Following a Q&A session, Orlando will sign copies of The Pact: Goodbye Past, Hello Love! and take photos.
The book signing will be a wristbanded event, and one wristband per book will be issued to customers who purchase from The Pact from Barnes & Noble at The Grove beginning August 24 at 9am.
More information is available on the Barnes & Noble at The Grove Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/events/1718932335035870/ or by calling Barnes & Noble at The Grove at 323-525-0270.
About Charles J. Orlando
Charles J. Orlando is a relationship expert, TV personality, and bestselling author of The Problem with Women…is Men® book series and The Pact: Goodbye, Past, Hello, Love!. He has worked with tens of thousands of singles and couples to help the discover answers to key questions that commonly plague modern-day romance. Charles’ approach to research is unique, and he frequently goes undercover in the worlds of dating, marriage and infidelity — most recently on the cheater’s website AshleyMadison.com
His experience went viral — appearing on the homepages of MSN.com and Yahoo! — and is being developed as a feature film and TV series. Charles is an active member of Mensa (“the High IQ Society”), is a contributing expert for a variety of print and online publications, and is a regular guest on CNN, BBC, and Fox News for his insights into relationship dynamics.
Read more about Charles at charlesjorlando.com
Company Name: Charles J. Orlando
Contact Person: Carrie Branch
Email: Send Email
Address:333 S Grand Avenue Suite 450
City: Los Angeles
Country: United States