Synopses & Reviews
Dating today can seem like Alice's tumble down the rabbit hole into Wonderland. Whether starting out or starting again, women face the difficult task of sorting through the good (guy), the bad (boy) and the ugly (morning after) in their search for Mr. Right. Here,giving hope to smart single women everywhere is Amy DeZellar, who bravely dedicated two years of her life to debunking common dating myths and documenting 50 of her dates. She's gone wine-tasting with Indentured Cats, a blind date who also happened to be blind; been accosted in a cornfield by Glitter Ball, a lounge musician who grew up with the Beatles; and found her artistic sentiments at odds with her desire for financial security when she simultaneously got involved with a painter named Harry Potter and a NASA super-computer designer named Teflon, all in her quest to chronicle the dating life of a regular girl and maybe even find true love. Each of the 50 chapters is dedicated to a different date, and includes the kinds of tips and sharp observations that only someone on the front lines can offer. Get ready to laugh, cry, and commiserate with Amy--and learn, as she did, a few things about finding the perfect man.
Looking for Mr. Right often means sorting through the good (guy), the bad (boy), and the ugly (morning after). Amy DeZellar brings readers her hilarious insights on love in this funny memoir that's both a naughty, irreverent dating diary and a self-help book.
Amy has seen it all-a blind date who was quite literally, well, blind; a painter she dubbed Harry Potter who really does turn out to have a flying car; and how love compares to a magic pearl G-string. And you'll meet her dates, including Have Glitter Ball Will Travel and a supercomputer builder named Teflon.
Get ready to laugh, cry, and commiserate. And use her tips and sharp observations in your own search. Who knows? You might learn, as she did, a few things about finding the perfect man.
The force behind the popular Web site DatingAmy.com brings readers her hilarious insights on love in this funny memoir that is a cross between a naughty, irreverent dating diary and a self-help book.
About the Author
Amy Dezellar is a promotional powerhouse, and has already been featured nationally on ABC News, Fox News and the WB News. She has been an entertainment journalist for the past eight years and got her start as a music critic in Los Angeles. She lives in Seattle, Washington.