I Can't Believe I'm Still Single

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Thunder's Mouth Press, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 317 pages
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Eric Schaeffer has always believed that when the time was right and he was ready that he would find the Big One (an intelligent, sexy, loving wife).
But his last girlfriend said no to his proposal, and since then he hasn't met anyone he wanted to have a second date with. This is a wild, sometimes raunchy, sometimes poignant, and always honest account of a semi-famous man's attempts at love.

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Review: I Can't Believe I'm Still Single: Sane, Slightly Neurotic (But in a Sane Way) Filmmaker into Good Yoga, Bad Reality TV, Too Much Chocolate, and

User Review  - Missy - Goodreads

As a fan of his blog (which sadly he hasn't updated in over a year), it was nice to see some of his funny blog stories repeated here. I've always enjoyed his frank honesty and there's plenty of it in the book. This is definitely not for everyone, but if you are a fan of his, this book is great. Read full review

Review: I Can't Believe I'm Still Single: Sane, Slightly Neurotic (But in a Sane Way) Filmmaker into Good Yoga, Bad Reality TV, Too Much Chocolate, and

User Review  - Tricia Lawrence - Goodreads

Well I can think of at least 100 reasons why his still single! While he did become more tolerable towards the end, his "character" in the book is jus tnot very likeable. I think it is the classic set ... Read full review

Contents

ive had three third dates in seven years
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will you marry me? 3 3
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demi moore
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About the author (2007)

Eric Schaeffer's television project for the FX Network, Starved, was created, written, directed and starred in by Schaeffer himself, and was premiered to widespread critical acclaim in August of 2005. Schaeffer has written, directed, produced, and starred in several films since 1994, including: My Life's in Turnaround (Arrow Films, 1994), Fall (MGM, 1997), Wirey Spindell (Wellspring, 2000), Never Again which starred Jill Clayberg and Jeffrey Tambor (Focus Features, 2002), and Mind the Gap (Five Minutes Before the Miricle Releasing and Showtime, 2004). Schaeffer worked with Ben Stiller, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Elle McPherson on his 1996 Tristar film, If Lucy Fell. Schaeffer's other film acting credits include One Night at McCool's (USA Films). Schaeffer has also acted in starring roles on television, including First Years (NBC), Mitch Hurwitz's Everything's Relative (NBC), and Century City (CBS).

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