'Secret' author Rhonda Byrne to share 'The Power'
NEW YORK (AP) -- The author of "The Secret" now wants to share "The Power."
Atria Books announced Tuesday that Rhonda Byrne's follow-up to her pop culture phenomenon that sold millions of copies comes out next month. "The Power," like "The Secret," is a guide to positive thinking, how "everyone is meant to have an amazing life."
Atria, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, plans a first printing of 2 million copies.
Byrne is an Australian who has worked as a television and film producer. Her central claim in "The Secret" is that the "law of attraction" governs our universe. She said in 2007 that "when you think and feel what you want to attract on the inside," the law will bring you closer to what you want.
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