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Unique Valentine's Day Gift for Him or Her that Won't Break the Bank

NEWARK, Del., Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- It's that time of year again, where men and women feverishly search for the "perfect" gift to express their love to their spouse or significant other.  And, they are willing to shell out the bucks. According to a survey, by consumer insights firm BIGinsight, the average spend for Valentine's Day is $130.97 per person. Create a keepsake at HeartfeltBooks.com for half the cost with a "wow!" factor that is off the charts.

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HeartfeltBooks.com offers a unique process where customers can choose questions to answer about their relationship and have the answers printed in a hardbound book to give for Valentine's Day. For example, one question, "Ten words to describe you," gives a long list of adjectives to choose from so the user is able to simply drag and drop their answers.  Other questions feature helpful examples that one might write, a novel idea for the person that might need a little help with what to say.

Answers to questions can be short or long, sweet or naughty, it is completely up to the user, as they decide the tone and amount of time put into their book.  Whether you spend 30 minutes or 3 hours on the book doesn't seem to make much difference, as the recipient is so touched by the fact that you actually "wrote a book" just for them.

"I gave this book to my husband for our 21st Valentine's Day together. He loved it!" says Becca Geomaat, ".... My husband doesn't show a lot of emotion but he laughed and also I could tell at times he fought back some tears as the book helped him recall events of our lives together. It's such a personal item. No two books can be alike because the events are things that only you experience. It's worth the money. Thank you for helping me create one of the best gifts, if not the best, that I have given to him."

A Heartfelt Book is definitely better than the cheesy fill-in-the-blank gift books you find at the stores.  Each book features a high quality leather-like cover with a foil stamped design for just $59.99.  Heartfelt Books even offers professional editing for an additional $10 for those who want their books proofed for spelling and grammatical errors.  The turnaround time is exceptional, as books finished by 1 p.m. (Eastern Time) are shipped the same day, even offering overnight delivery for last minute procrastinators.

Contact:

Jason Matthews
Heartfelt Books Publishing, Inc.
866-557-6522, Ext. 110
Email
http://www.HeartfeltBooks.com

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