WHAT: The Love Dare Day by Day: Wedding Edition hits stores today!

ABOUT: Announcing The Love Dare Day by Day: Wedding Edition, the special tying-the-knot version of The Love Dare Day by Day. This is the much-requested full-year follow-up to the original Love Dare.

B&H Publishing Group released the original Love Dare in fall 2008—a 40-day challenge timed with the theatrical release of FIREPROOF, from Provident Films and Sherwood Pictures.  The movie opened at fourth in the nation and finished the year as the top-grossing indie film of 2008.  The book zoomed to the top of the New York Times bestseller list and is still in the top 10. To date, it has sold more than 3 million copies.

WEBSITE: LoveDareStories.com

ISBN-13: 978-1-4336-6862-3

RETAIL PRICE: $29.99

SPRING PREVIEW:
The makers of FIREPROOF begin principal photography on
COURAGEOUS this spring.  Click here to sign up for movie updates.

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