San Francisco, CA, July 08, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Book Therapy is seeking questions from book lovers and aficionados regarding their book dilemmas. These could simply be about what book to read next, trying to recall the name of that book recommended by a passing acquaintance or seeking other books written by an author.
Book Therapy is launching a weekly Q&A service that offers personalised suggestions for one reader every week whose literary requirements and needs are the most urgent. These can be for any type of reader, including kids and/or book clubs. They can range from a variety of genres (e.g. literary fiction, historical fiction, romance, classics, thrillers, non-fiction, self-development, spiritual, food, dance, the arts, culture, society, parenting, biographies and memoir, essays, true crime, audiobooks, photography etc) to authors’ book collections to a specific literary cure (e.g. helping children with anxiety or bullying, struggling with bereavement, friendship breakups, ticking biological clock, fatherhood, redundancy, regret etc) to travel prescriptions (check out our book prescription for New York for example.)
Readers, book lovers, clients and/or anybody interested in such a service are invited to email firstname.lastname@example.org with their questions, reading interests, needs and habits. Book Therapy requests that favourite books , reading habits, preferences for fiction/non-fiction are included too. Book Therapy will connect one reader every week with a book(s) that matches their profile.
For those readers and clients that can’t wait for the weekly Q&A blog post or need something sooner a personalised book prescription can be requested (i.e. a tailor-made reading list with a minimum of 7–10 books that are personally hand-picked). Book Therapy offers a guaranteed turnaround time of 48 hours.
Book Therapy's blog and A-Z of Book Prescriptions (both for adults and children) also cover in-depth book reviews and recommendations.
Final thoughts from Bijal, the resident Book Therapist: “I love a challenge, so please send me your most perplexing book dilemmas — I can’t wait to dive in and find the perfect book(s) for you.”
Book Therapy is a personalised book prescription service that creates tailor-made reading lists for clients based on their needs, interests and reading habits. Book Therapy’s mission is “to help you find the perfect book for you.”
For more information, please contact Bijal Shah on +650 334 6800 or at email@example.com.