Single Over Thirty: Witty Insights Into the Single Life (Now That You're Not a Kid Anymore)

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Talywain Press, Dec 1, 2006 - Humor - 272 pages
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Single Over Thirty is an upbeat humor book that bypasses the kerfuffle of youthful singles, focusing instead on the challenges, opportunities and ironies experienced by the 48 million lesser known (but more numerous) single Americans over the ages of 30, 40 and 50. Included are stories on such pithy topics as singles weekends, great date ideas, kissing protocol, remarriage, cupid's predicament, dancing, libido, fantasy and 77 others. The book is based on the author's personal experience and on the experiences of hundreds of chatty, fun-loving unmarried folks who "told it like it was" during more than 250 in-depth group discussions. Despite its focus on singles, some of the book's most ardent readers are happily married couples who say the book gives them broader insights into the interactions of both singles and couples. Summing up: Age and marital status aside, this book is for anyone who has ever laughed or loved. Or wants to.

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Contents

A Lid for Every Pot
1
Wobbly Arrows
35
After the Fat Lady Sings
61
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

John D. Husband has been a counter intelligence agent, newspaper reporter, advertising agency creative staffer, Washington news bureau chief

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