Wednesday, October 27, 2010

What Was I Thinking? by Annie Earley

Title: What Was I Thinking? How Not to Date

Author: Annie Earley

Published: Tribute Books, 2007

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Summary: I'm not one to sit around and wait for something to happen. I wanted a man. My Dating Profile Writing this book became an obsession with me. I want you to think, feel, eat, sleep and live the dating experiences I had over the course of a year. As you meet Sponge Tom, "Skip-To-My-Lou" Stew and Lame Joke Jim, I hope you recognize my determination to maintain my self respect and high standards in a relationship as well as the ability to find humor in any situation. The men I dated are all nice enough guys, I just took the opportunity to make light of their idiosyncrasies and things that happened in my relationships with them. With the help of my "advisory committee" I learn that physical appearance goes hand in hand with what's inside. Join me as I learn the ins and outs of online dating.

Review: This book is so funny. And incredibly interesting. When I read the description I knew I would enjoy this book. So basically, I wanted to read it for a change of pace.

As I'm getting married next month I thought this one would be really interesting to read to see what I was missing out on in the dating scene. And Annie Earley was a very interesting woman and she met some very interesting people online.

There's not much more that I can say about What Was I Thinking? Other than it is a really interesting and good light read. Anyone looking for a book about the not so great side of online dating then this book would definitely suit you.

I've read a few other reviews of this book after reading it and the ones I found were all negative which I thought was unfortunate but at the end of the day you cannot please everyone.

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1 comment:

  1. Scarlett - thanks for sharing 'What Was I Thinking?!' with your blog readers. We appreciate your support of the book.

    Best wishes,
    Tribute Books


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