Don't Use My Sweater Like a Towel: The Stain Free Guide for Dating and Mating in the 21st Century

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Green Knights Press, Oct 1, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 245 pages
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Jennifer Kelton has taken a generation of self-help books and turned them on their heads with a reality-based book on dating and mating for the 21st Century. Jam-packed with revealing surveyes, scientific research, and humourous X-rated episodes, Don't Use My Sweater Like a Towel is not your parent's dating book. Kelton delivers impassioned insights, poses pertinent questions and presents startling facts that will spur fiery water cooler conversations. Not only will this book give the sexes a better understanding of how they interface with each other but it will also bring them closer together. Readers will read what happens when Kelton spends a year investigating the dating scene and following the advice of America's top self-help books.

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Jennifer Kelton, has quickly become one of the most sought after dating and relationship experts by the media. Her quick wit, honesty and entertaining yet informative repartee has her featured in a growing list of print, radio and television outlets and as an author, Kelton spent a full year reading the big boys of relationship books and testing their dating advice. She even performed an interesting test on the effects of pheromones as she tried to unravel the mysteries behind human nature and genetic make-up. Her findings, coupled with vignettes of her own personal life, make up the dating advice book for the 21st Century. Filled with Kelton’s optimism and stories of her own experiences, you’ll see all there is to dating – the good, the bad and the sometimes messy, hence the title. Jennifer is not only an author and dating expert but also a humanitarian, environmentalist, artist, accomplished entrepreneur and athlete. Her junior targeted eco-friendly clothing line, Nomads 1800, reached national and international distribution. Simultaneously, she founded the nonprofit organization, Nomads 1800 Inc., an oasis for young aspiring artists of little means to express themselves and reach the community. Nomads 1800, Inc. received a proclamation from Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan for its contributions to the arts. She also owned and operated a nightclub called Nomads that catapulted the careers of chart topping artists. Kelton participates in a handful of humanitarian organizations and sponsors numerous children and young women in third world countries. An avid snowboarder, she spends her spare time hitting the slopes. Her next projects? Writing the next book titled I’m Not a Monday Girl and developing a revolutionary dating and social network called built around bad dating experiences (major online and media launch in October, 8th the site is currently accepting charter members.) As well as her new website with dating advice ww

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