Flirtexting: How to Text Your Way Into His Heart

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Skyhorse Pub., 2009 - Family & Relationships - 184 pages
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Flirtexting--flirting via text (think Blackberry) in search of fun and love--has revolutionized the dating game. And savvy girls can learn how to make the technology work for them in this definitive guide to using flirtexting to find a guy (or two). Here are the rules, spelled out clearly, fearlessly, and with more than a hint of attitude.

You see, rather than feel disappointed that her guy isn't making an effort to talk F2F (face to face), the flirtexting aficionado works it. Debra Goldstein and Olivia Baniuszewicz, graduates of The Rules and He's Just Not That Into You, guide their readers into the next generation of love. Not to give too much away, but the secret is having the advantage of time--and the power to keep the ball in her court until she lets it go. Readers will learn how to create the BPT (best possible text), save themselves from sending the right text to the wrong person, master the steps to manipulate a text, know just when to reply, and much more. This is a book that every bold and modern woman with two opposable thumbs will love.

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Absolutely love this book. Passed it around among my friends and now we all compare notes and provide moral support...Via texts of course! Absolutely brilliant and a must-have for any girl. I wish I'd had this book years ago!


User Review  - stephd002 - Borders

I love this book! It's really good. On the Tyra show, the authors were interviewed. This book has good advise. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Olivia Baniuszewicznbsp; is an authority on digital dating and the co-creator of She has appeared as a textpert on NBC Toda y, CNN, and MTV and is a frequent contributor to the Huffington Post .

Debra Goldsteinnbsp; is a leading expert on digital dating and the co-creator of Her work has appeared in Cosmopolitan , Glamour , Seventeen , and InStyle . Debra appears frequently on national television and radio.

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