21 Year Old Writes the Book on Love

Nov. 21, 2006 – An undergraduate student at the University of Nebraska Omaha attempts to make history by telling the entire world who he loves. Chris Miller, a senior at UNO, is launching his first published book and is launching his website (www.helpakidinlove.com) which he explained has the potential to change the world and make it a better place, simply by spreading the message of love.

When you sign up on his website, you receive an email directly from the young author that explains how he plans to tell all 6.5 billion people about his mission. Miller says his reason for the website and his book was to set an example and show other people, especially kids, to never be too afraid to try something that has never been done before, even if it might not work out perfectly as planned. “I am just curious of what happens when I try,” he said, “no mortal person has ever told the entire world one message, and I can’t think of any better message to spread than love.”

The book, Help a Kid in Love, came about as the author wanted to write a book which provided down to earth relationship advice to young adults while at the same time tells his story and actively seeks out advice from other people. Miller says, “I feel like I’m in a position where I can help out young adults when it comes to relationships as I’ve had my ups and downs and can relate to the younger audience with my age, but at the same time I would also like to seek advice from more mature couples that have had success in their relationships as well.”

More specifically, Help a Kid in Love was written to help people of all ages get through the process of losing a loved one. “I’ve discovered that people who go through a break-up, divorce, or the death of a loved one experience many of the same emotions when they absolutely love the one they lost.” Miller said, “I originally started writing my book to solve my own heartbreak, but as I was writing the book, I saw no reason why I shouldn’t be sharing my story and the way I got through the emotional setback with anyone else who may be experiencing the same problems.”

More information about his book and his quest to tell the world who he loves can be obtained through his website at www.helpakidinlove.com and copies of his book may be purchased online immediately and will be available in local bookstores by December 11th.

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