Thursday May 11, 2006
Appeared on National Television Sunrise 11th May 8.25 and interviewed with David Koch and Melissa Doyle
Reviewed by Margot Maurice, in Sept issue of
LIVING NOW MAGAZINE.
Signing at Angus & Robertson Carindale Westfield shopping centre
BOOK REVIEW: HOW TO MAKE LOVE EVERY
Queensland authors Peter and June Crook delve deeply into the heart of
LIFE WEEKLY Magazine Gold Coast May 2006
Radio station 4BC
Brisbane with Peter Dick and Ross Davie
Tuesday 16th May 2006
The Gold Coast Bulletin
If you haven’t heard about the new book that’s been making headlines across the
country lately, you must have been hiding because the title is an
And before you think it’s a sex book, it’s
actually the opposite and is based on the power of true love, affection
and kindness. The book has been in demand since creating a stir on Sunrise
last week with Kochy and Mel. Of cause, Kochy wanted to know all the
The Tamborine couple share their secrets with
Kochy, as they do in their book – on how to have a successful love life.
And they should know. Peter and June have been married for 30 years and
have also been business partners in a clinic practice for 20 years.
“Who would guess the time-honoured values of kindness, caring and affection could lead to a great sex life?” the couple ask.
Thursday May 11, 2006
Appeared on National Television Sunrise
11th May 8.25 and interviewed with David Koch and Melissa Doyle.
Advertised on their website and highly recommended by David.
17th April, 2006
Radio 99.7 Book of the week by Margot Maurice reviewer
Wed April 16th 2006
The Torch Newspaper Bankstown-Canterbury Sydney (www.torchpublishing.com.au)
Inspiration Health & Fitness
LIFT YOUR RELATIONSHIP TO A NEW DIMENSION
This new book “How
To Make Love Everyday.. Guaranteed” guides readers towards a new way of
viewing love and relationships. It looks at relationship counselling, the
erroneous nature of striving for change, selfless thinking and the nature of
real love and affection.
For more information on the book visit the website www.makingloveeveryday.com
Beaudesert Times 12th April 2006
Mountain couple write book
TAMBORINE Mountain couple Peter and June Crook have written a book.
Entitled, How To Make Love Everyday...Guaranteed, the book is now on sale.
Mr and Mrs crook, who have been married for 30 years and have three children, share their own story in the book.
The book touches on the importance of caring, affection and kindness.
It explains how strong communication and healthy relationships can be created.
The book is available from Dymocks bookshop in Brisbane City.
If there’s a couple that doesn’t have any trouble displaying public affection its Peter and June Crook.
The happily married pair
have written their own book, How To make Love Everyday…Guaranteed.
While the title may seem
sexually orientated, the book simply guides readers towards a new way of
viewing love and relationships.
To this couple ‘making love
is anything that generates feelings of kindness, affection and tenderness
and anything that shows you care. Peter and June have drawn from their own
experiences of making love every day through 30 years of marriage and say
it’s all about open displays of affection.
“We’ve always been like
that but you don’t see that image around any more, not in a genuine and
sincere way,” said Peter. “There’s nothing like it in books either which is
why we’ve just focused on an open display of kindness and care which is just
healthy and normal.” The couple said so many people today struggle with
their relationships. “It saddens you to go to supermarkets and look around
and see couples disconnected.”
The couple work together at an acupuncture clinic at Mount Tamborine, Peter as an acupuncturist and June as the receptionist. With three children and two grandchildren, they have learnt what not to do in a relationship. A combination of their writings and conversations has all been put into the book, which took two years to write.
“It’s all very exciting but a bit scary at the same time because we’ve put a lot of our personal details into it. We wanted to share them” said June. “We’ve learnt that rather than focusing on the problems and issues in your relationship, if you are just kind towards each other, those issues will drop into the background.”
More details about the book are on the website www.makingloveveryday.com
Radio: River 94.9 in Ipswich Krista
Brindal co-host on the breakfast show