Book of the Week: 57 Steps to Paradise




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Looking for love in your 40's, 50's, 60's, 70's and yes, even your 80's or 90's? 57 STEPS TO PARADISE will help you navigate dating in midlife and beyond. Lorenz unzips her soul and exposes her foibles during 50 years of men weaving their way in and out of her life, providing a heap of wit and wisdom to help you make life-changing decisions about love and, perhaps, a life partner.

"Patricia Lorenz has been one of my favorite writers since she began writing stories in 1995 for so many of the 'Chicken Soup for the Soul' books. As a master storyteller, she draws the reader in and always leaves us with the bonus of a great take-away message. In '57 Steps to Paradise' she provides a blueprint for dating in middle age, thanks to her own interesting, hilarious, and fruitful experiences." (Jack Canfield, co-author of "The Success Principles" and "Chicken Soup for the Soul"


Review of the Book
Goodreads, 5-star (Lois Granstrom): "Having lost my husband to cancer after 39 years of marriage, I found myself very nervous about dating. Online dating sites seemed to have a plethora of frogs and I kissed a few before a true prince entered my life. Reading Patricia Lorenz’s book made me laugh and reminded me of the bad choices I almost made. If I had read her “57 Steps to Paradise” I might have avoided a mistake or two. Lorenz's humor and advice were golden. It was a fun read and should be read by any person ready to enter the dating scene during or after mid-life or, like me, anyone who has navigated the minefield of dating and found a real keeper. "

Recommended by US Review of Books
5 star reviews on Goodreads and Amazon


About the Author


Author Bio

Patricia Lorenz is an inspirational art-of-living writer and speaker and the author of 14 books. She's one of the top contributing writers in the country to the Chicken Soup for the Soul books with over 75 stories in 60 of the Chicken Soup books. She's had over 400 articles published in numerous magazines and newspapers, is a contributing writer for 26 Daily Guideposts books and 50 anthologies, and is an award-winning newspaper columnist. Patricia raised two daughters and two sons in Wisconsin as a single parent. These days, Patricia and her hunka, hunka burnin' love husband live in Largo, Florida where she loves her empty nest and the freedom to follow her dreams while she's still awake.

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