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Bethany Reynolds to Appear at Off 7th to Sign "The Art of Romancing a Woman"

Event Celebrates Launch of New Book, Opening of Hair Salon; Part of Proceeds Benefit Cancer Research

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On February 12, author Bethany Reynolds will be signing copies of her book "The Art of Romancing a Woman" at Off 7th Hair Salon, 115 Mark Tree Road in Centereach. The book signing will take place from noon to 3 p.m. A portion of the book sales will go to benefit cancer research.

Paula and Sal Cassara, Owners, Off 7th Hair Salon, are joining Ms. Reynolds to help her launch her book and to celebrate Off 7th's new location in Centereach, expanding from its principal location in Holbrook.

As the sister to five brothers, Ms. Reynolds witnessed firsthand the difficulties her brothers experienced as they attempted to romance their special ladies. In her book, she offers more than 200 tips which she compiled based on extensive interviews with countless women from different cultures, ethnic and social backgrounds and religions. "The Art of Romancing A Woman" offers realistic words of advice that will help any man create a loving and lasting relationship with the woman he loves.

"With Valentine's Day upon us, what better way to celebrate than with a book written for men, by women on how to romance that special lady in her life," Ms. Reynolds said. "This book is my love letter to the world. If the book saves one marriage or one relationship, then it has served its purpose."

A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit cancer research in support of the fight against childhood and adult cancer. Ms. Reynolds has taken up the cause after losing her mother to cancer in 2008.

"Part of the sales will help pay for a child's chemotherapy treatment or medication for someone who cannot afford it," Ms. Reynolds said. "Knowing that part of the proceeds will benefit cancer research, this book will celebrate not only the art of romance but a life saved."

For more information, call (631) 471-6354.