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Author/Designer Perla Lichi Links Her Coffee Table Book "Palaces" With Upcoming On-Line Training Course
Date:12/30/2012

Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) December 30, 2012

Author/Designer Perla Lichi, whose newest book, "Palaces" was published recently by Granny Apple Publishing LLC, has announced an upcoming on-line training seminar in 2013 based on her book.

Ms. Lichi is a world renowned interior designer, with offices in Pompano Beach and Sunny Isles, Florida, New York, Dubai and Abu Dhabi, UAE. "Palaces" is her forth coffee table book.

Says Perla Lichi, "We decided to create a survey course to acquaint people with the field of professional interior design. With my 30 years plus experience in this field, I have designed the course to present a summary of design. This is not an accredited course. It is more a survey course for people who have always loved design and for young people who want to explore this as a possible career."

"Palaces," Ms. Lichi's 200-page coffee table book, is on sale as a paperback and an eBook at Amazon.com (paperback $39.95 and eBook $9.99).

Those who pre-register for the course, slated to go live on February 15, 2013, will receive the "Palaces" eBook and seven Perla Lichi brochures free. To register for Perla Lichi's "Design Basics" online training, go to http://www.perlalichi.com and click on the top menu item "Institute."

Graduates of the course will receive a certificate signed personally by Perla Lichi. For information on "Palaces" or any of Ms. Lichi's book
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