A Belle in Brooklyn: The Go-to Girl for Advice on Living Your Best Single Life

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Simon and Schuster, Jun 14, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 336 pages
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As the go-to girl for relationship and dating advice, this real life Carrie Bradshaw and editor at Essence magazine shares the what-to-dos and what-not-to-dos for fabulous single living.

 LIVE A FABULOUS SINGLE LIFE!

Are you stressed about meeting “the one,” getting “the ring,” and exchanging “I dos” at the altar? Do you feel frustrated by the seeming lack of relationship-worthy guys? Would you date yourself right now?

Move over, Carrie Bradshaw! Dating and relationships guru Demetria Lucas, creator of the award-winning blog A Belle in Brooklyn, celebrates the joys and the challenges of singlehood in this fun and candid book. Filled with relatable anecdotes and lessons from her own experience, advice garnered from interviews with other experts, and revelations from hundreds of conversations with her Male Mind Squad—a committee of thirty men from varying backgrounds who answer the tough questions about sex, dating, and relationships—A Belle in Brooklyn encourages you to embrace your freedom and foster your personal development. It also offers invaluable tips for finding a suitable mate when you are ready for one. In the meantime, enjoy your single life—with or without Mr. Perfect!

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This book was simply amazing, relate-able and juicy! Very helpful for girls who are trying to navigate through life and the dating world.

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About the author (2011)

Demetria Lucas is the founder of ABelleInBrooklyn.com where she muses almost daily on dating, sex and relationships as well as pop culture and women’s empowerment. She is also the Relationships Editor at ESSENCE Magazine where she authors her own hook-up page, Dating Guide, and selects gorgeous men for the publication's Single Man of the Month and ESSENCE.com’s Eye Candy of the Week on Monday mornings.

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