Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Guest Post & Spotlight: Parker Paige, Author of The Color Pink

The Color Pink

By Parker Paige
Published September 14, 2013


Can wearing the color pink attract true love?
That is the question Summer Jones intends to answer.

In her early thirties, Summer Jones thought that she had found the perfect man, the man she planned to marry until she learned that he still had feelings for his first love.  Now, at age thirty-five, Summer is ready to fall in love again.  After she hears that wearing the color pink can attract true love, she sets out to do just that--and attracts more than just true love. 

Follow Summer as she journeys into the world of color magic and find out how she uses that magic to help her choose between one man from her past and another man who is destined to become her future.

This romantic drama serves up something fun and sexy, proving that the road to love can be paved with many painful lessons and memorable moments. It’s a story about paying attention to your past so that you don’t always have to repeat it.

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Parker Paige has been writing fiction for several years with a passion for creating eccentric characters. She is fascinated with true stories and for that reason, she is drawn to the network Investigation Discovery like a drug. She is the author of “Whitley and Austin” and "The Color Pink." She is not completely insane, maybe just a little bit crazy. She lives in Los Angeles.

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Title:  Author Challenges Women to a 90-Day Pink Experiment

With the upcoming release of her new book "The Color Pink," author Parker Paige proposes that women abroad take up the 90-Day Pink Experiment.

*In "The Color Pink," inspired by true events, the protagonist, on a mission to find love after a long dry spell, taps into the mystical powers of the color pink with amazing results. According to Color Consultant Rebecca Ford, all eyes are drawn to those who wear pink and wearing this color will almost certainly attract a potential partner. Not only is it attractive, but it is feminine and very sexy as well.  Rebecca Ford goes on to say that "not only does color have such a powerful effect on our moods, but also it plays a huge role in how others perceive us."

*The author doesn't just recommend that participants (for 90 days) wear pink shirts, pink panties, pink socks and pink bras, but also decorate their surroundings with pink sheets, pink towels and yes, pink candles.

*Author Parker Paige is challenging single women to witness for themselves if there really is any magic in the color pink. For women interested in participating in this 90-Day Pink Experiment, all you need do is send an email to, stating your interest in the 90-Day Pink Experiment. Please include your first and last name initials only and the city where you live.

*A list of participants will be posted at After the 90-day experiment which beings November 1, 2013 and ends January 31, 2014, participants are asked to send their success stories to where they will be posted.

The Color Pink was published October 1, 2013.

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