Here's the problem I have with memoirs - why do average Joes think their story is the one that should be told . Amy Webb delivers a poignant, honest portrayal of the modern search for love. but I'm doing the library's "romance" challenge in order to score a new coffee mug and this was a suggested selection that I had not already read and one that didn't have a waiting list as long as my arm, so I decided to give it a shot. Useful advice that exists in the book:1) try to look hot in your profile pictures2) don't just copy your résumé into your profile (although if you thought that was a good idea you probably have larger problems)3) decide what sort of person you want, and go out with people who are like that. It seemed to me she pretty much got lucky and fell in love with the first guy she went out with after she rewrote her profile.
I was quickly captured by her first person narrative that managed to engage (and not pander to) her audience in exploring her quest for her perfect match.
Published in 2002, the book is the first in the “Bitches” series.
With Amazon reviews like “Where has this been all my life?
Forthcoming and entertaining, Johnson tells her story of 31 dates in 31 days while resisting the urge to turn each date into a relationship. Social Clout: 674 followers, 200 likes URL: Bragging Rights: Thou shalt read “The Ten Commandments of Dating” is a bestselling Christian book published in 1999.
It offers practical guidance with commandments like “Thou Shalt Get a Life” and “Thou Shalt Use Your Brain.” One Amazon reviewer gave props by saying, “This was the first book that I read on dating from a Christian perspective that actually gave good advice from a biblical standpoint.
Christie Hartman is the author of the 2010 book, “It’s Not Him, It’s You.” Hartman explains that during the early stages of dating, women make fundamental mistakes that hinder their ability to date successfully and find the man of their dreams.