Quirkyalone: A Manifesto for Uncompromising Romantics
A funny, upbeat, inspiring guide for all those singles who identify with enjoying their unique lifestyles while waiting for the right romance to come along. A celebration of the discerning singles everywhere–the quirkyalone!
There was a time when a single woman over 25 was called an old maid. Mothers fretted these unfortunate creatures might be condemned to a committing a crime of tragic proportions: living a life of eternal spinsterhood. Fortunately, in the 21st century, tv shows like Sex and the City affirm that it's more than ok – it's cool to be single. Sasha Cagen has coined the term that defines the lonely romantic who prefers her (or his) own company to that of a less desirable counterpart. Defining "singledom as a natural resting state" for quirkyalones, Cagen's guide is the best kind of self–empowerment: incisive, savvy, hilarious. Equal parts self–help and hilarious pop culture, QuirkyAlone is self–empowerment for the wise people of the world. Including quizzes, lists, it's not–your–average–relationship–book.
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Review: Quirkyalone: A Manifesto for Uncompromising RomanticsUser Review - Tracey Marion - Goodreads
I couldn't finish reading this! I'm sure it's good if you connect with it but for me, she seemed too focused on attempting to 'make quirkyalone happen' to write anything with broad appeal. Read full review
Review: Quirkyalone: A Manifesto for Uncompromising RomanticsUser Review - Raina - Goodreads
I own a copy, and have flipped through many times, but have never gotten around to reading it cover-to-cover. Read full review