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Scientist Ponders Questions of Consciousness and Soul Connections in New Fiction Novel

The connection of two souls transcends time and place in a story of good and evil, loss, and redemption in fiction novel “Where Will My Heart Beat?” by Loubna Hassanieh, PhD. After living abroad for 25 years, Adel Jacob returns to his hometown only to learn about the death of his one true love, Mona. After moving to a new town and creating a fresh start, he meets Serene, who brings an incredibly strong and familiar feeling to his conscious, cracking open windows to his past and begging the question, “where do we begin and where do we end?”

Hassanieh wrote “Where Will My Heart Beat?” to spark a conversation about the mystery of human existence and the vast amount of knowledge we have yet to untap. As a published scientist, she sees firsthand the endlessness of knowledge and our limitations in its vastness.

“Despite our technological advancement in methods and tools, we are unable to account for all of the functions of the mind and its different levels of consciousness in patterns of neural activity,” the author said.

Readers interested in the mind, body and soul connection, and the intersection of science and spirituality will enjoy the ideas presented in “Where Will My Heart Beat?” and the poignant story they are packaged in.

“Where Will My Heart Beat?”
By Loubna Hassanieh, PhD
ISBN: 9781480870024 (softcover); 9781480870031 (hardcover); 9781480870017 (electronic)
Available at the Archway Publishing Online Bookstore and Amazon.

About the Author
Loubna Hassanieh, PhD was born in Beirut, Lebanon, and moved to the United States where she earned a PhD in biochemistry and molecular biology from USC. She is a published scientist with a deep understanding that knowledge cannot be attained through scientific reductionism alone. Dr. Hassanieh resides in California with her husband and two children. To learn more, please visit

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