Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) October 02, 2013 -- Pink is the symbolic color of the female sex and author Parker Paige has realized that it has more than just face value. The hue actually works wonders for women who sport them. She recently penned the book, "The Color Pink" which was released this week, and in it the protagonist, Summer Jones' life changes for the better after she discovers the commendable qualities of pink. "The Color Pink" has been inspired by real life events and is about the protagonist, Summer Jones journey to find true love with the help of the powerful color of pink.
"All eyes are drawn to those who wear pink and wearing this color will almost certainly attract a potential partner. Not only is it attractive, but it is feminine and very sexy as well. Not only does color have such a powerful effect on our moods, but also it plays a huge role in how others perceive us," says Color Consultant Rebecca Ford.
For women who want to see for themselves how pink works in their favor, Parker Paige has devised a program called the 90-Day Pink Experiment. As the name suggests, it is an experiment which will be carried on for a period of 90 days wherein much like the book's protagonist, Summer Jones, women have to surround themselves with the beautiful color. Not only should they wear pink colored shirts, panties, socks and bras, they also may want to surround themselves with pink bed sheets, towels, candles, etc.
Women interested in such an experiment should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, stating their interest in this unique challenge along with the initials of their first and last name and the city they reside. The experiment will commence on November 1, 2013 and end on January 31, 2014 after which they are to email their success stories which will be published at parkerpaige.wordpress.com.
"The Color Pink" by Parker Paige was just published today and is available at amazon.com.
A resident of Los Angeles, Parker Paige has been writing fiction for several years with a passion for creating eccentric characters. She is fascinated with true stories and for that reason, she is drawn to the network Investigation Discovery like a drug. She is the author of "The Ghost of Blue Ivy."