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"The Will to Love" (Fiction)

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The Will to Love is a story of romance and mystery. Bob Conners may inherit his newly departed uncles $200,000,000 estate with the condition he meet three beautiful but very different women named in the will. He must become acquainted with them and marry the one favored by his uncle; however, he has no idea which woman that is. The story gets more complicated when he falls in love, resulting in some intriguing turns of events.

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"Blissful Fusion" (Non-Fiction)

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"Blissful Fusion" is a book about romantic love relationships and the seven stages you need to navigate a successful outcome. The stages are described in detail, including problems you may encounter and how to avoid them. At the end of each stage there are tasks to accomplish before moving on and an example of a couple having problems at that stage and how they were counseled in therapy sessions.

Topics include:

   •   What Creates Romantic Attraction?
   •   Avoiding Love Addiction
   •   Communicating Your Needs
   •   Working Through Personal Issues
   •   How to Survive a Relationship Crisis
   •   The Importance of Sex
   •   How to Deal With Jealousy
   •   Why Do Lovers Commit Infidelity?
   •   Getting Along With Your Lover's Family and Friends

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Al Hazan's Web Articles

First Studio Recordings of the Beau Brummels
Al describes how he was sought out by the Beau Brummels and produced their first studio recordings.

B. Bumble's Recording of "Nut Rocker"
Al tells how "Nut Rocker" came to be recorded and how he happened to have dinner with the Beatles because of it.

Hazan & Nitzsche Record of the Week
Al features a different record each week, which he produced using Jack Nitzsche as his arranger. Jack arranged all of Phil Spector's famous "Wall of Sound" hits.

Jack Nitzsche's Early Days
Al recalls his first meeting with Jack and how they became close as friends and music collaborators. Jack eventually won an Oscar for composing the music score for "Officer and a Gentleman."

Interview with Annette Tucker
Al interviews his lifelong friend who wrote hits for many of the top artists of the 1960s, 70s and 80s, including the rock classic "I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night" by the Electric Prunes.

Story of Charlotte O'Hara/Bonnie and the Treasures
Al tells of how he produced Charlotte O'Hara on her first recording and how she eventually recorded as Bonnie and the Treasures singing the classic "Home of the Brave."

Charlotte O'Hara's Discography
A list of Charlotte's recording using different names such as Bonnie and the Treasures, and featuring a photo of Al and Charlotte at her birthday party in 1963.