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Happily Ever After: Without the Prince?
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New Release, Princess Bubble, Strikes Chord with Americaâ€™s 51% SINGLE WOMEN WHO, FOR THE FIRST TIME IN U.S. HISTORY, OUTNUMBER MARRIED WOMEN
ATLANTA, August 9, 2007â€”This Christmas season thousands of single belles will hang their silk stockings and say their prayers before a quick nightâ€™s sleep-then itâ€™s off to work they go. This ever growing group of Carols, Noels, and Merrys will shop, party and cook as they celebrate the holidays with families and friends. Two successful single gals will ring in the New Year with a resolution; offering parents an updated version of the traditional fairy tale.
"We've had countless Christian women all over the nation tell us they wish there had been a book like this when they were little. Now they know that being single doesn't mean they are alone." -Susan Johnston, Princess Bubble author
Atlanta based Flight Attendants Redefine "Happily Ever After" for Single Christian Women
ATLANTA, June 21, 2007 - This summer, two successful Christian single gals are offering parents, co-eds, and singles alike an updated version of the traditional fairy tale. No longer a "damsel in distress," this princess travels the world, helps others, and finds "happily ever after" through the unconditional love of her true Prince, Jesus Christ!
With wisdom gleaned from their careers as independent, globe-trotting flight attendants, first-time authors Susan Johnston and Kimberly Webb have crafted a new generation of fairy tales that celebrate singleness, self-worth, and a loving God.
There are nearly 89 million singles living in the United States. Isnâ€™t it time for an alternate ending to traditional fairy tales? Or is this option too unconventional for Christian readers?
"This is a story I can truly believe in and feel comfortable sharing with my children, church family, and friends" -Noelle Williams, mother of three
A contemporary fairy tale for all ages, Princess Bubble stars a princess who is confused by the traditional fairy tale messages that say she must find her "prince" before she can live "happily ever after." Princess Bubble dons her "thinking crown" and goes on an exhilarating journey to find the true definition of "happily ever after." After much research and a little help from her fairy godmother (this is still a fairy tale after all), Miss Bubble discovers that "living happily ever after" is not about finding a prince. "True happiness," the book reveals, "is found by loving God, being kind to others, and being comfortable with who you are already!"
"Weâ€™re definitely not anti-Prince," said Johnston. "We're not anti-family or anti-marriage, if anything weâ€™re anti-'Damsel in Distress.' Our message - God has a perfect plan for your life before and after Prince Charming arrives. The important thing is to build a relationship with Christ first!"
"We just believe that young girls today are bombarded with so much inaccurate advice on how to build their self-esteem," said Webb. "Messages that don't include the most important relationship: the one with Jesus Christ."
ABOUT PRINCESS BUBBLE and BUBBLE GUM PRESS: Self-published in 2006, Princess Bubble is now available through most online retailers and in over 70 retail outlets. The Princess Bubble message, cleverly articulated by former Delta flight attendants Susan Johnston and Kimberly Webb, seeks to find an alternate ending to "happily ever after" and change the notion that life begins and ends with finding your Prince Charming. Looking to bolster the poor self-esteem of female youth and the stigma that many single adult women carry, Johnston and Webb believe "this is a book for women of all ages, a story they can believe in and share with their children." In upcoming adventures, Princess Bubble will travel to distant lands where the knowledge of every new culture will enrich her flourishing life.
Happily Ever After! Susan Johnston Please visit www.PrincessBubble.com
Princess Bubble on Mornings with Lorri and Larry
The Anti-Princess Movement finds âï¿½ï¿½Happily Ever Afterâï¿½ï¿½ in Princess Bubble <br /> <br /> Many concerned mothers today worry about raising their princess. There is a royal struggle to have fun with fairy tales and at the same time teach girls the true meaning of âï¿½ï¿½Happily Ever After!âï¿½ï¿½<br /> This is a story I can truly believe in and feel comfortable sharing with my children.âï¿½ï¿½ <br /> âï¿½ï¿½Noelle Williams, mother of three<br /> <br /> âï¿½ï¿½Weâï¿½ï¿½ve had countless women all over the nation tell us they wish there had been a book like this when they were little.âï¿½ï¿½<br /> âï¿½ï¿½Susan Johnston, Princess Bubble author<br /> <br /> Two Sassy Single Authors Redefine Fairy Tale Endings for Young Readers!<br /> <br /> ATLANTA, April 18,2008âï¿½ï¿½You know how the story goesâï¿½ï¿½Prince Charming, âï¿½ï¿½Happily Ever After,âï¿½ï¿½ The End, right? Is this the ONLY option todayâï¿½ï¿½s moms want to share with their young daughters? Two successful single gals are offering parents an updated version of the traditional fairy tale. No longer a âï¿½ï¿½Damsel in Distress,âï¿&fr