Just a Nice Guy

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Phil Torcivia, May 4, 2011 - Humor - 362 pages
Is it true that nice guys finish last? It sure seems that way as a divorced man fights his way through a comedic dating scene. Will he ever find his soul mate? Phil has been called the male version of Carrie Bradshaw. Enjoy his humorous essays about relationships and the struggles we all have finding and keeping lovers. Women appreciate his open view into the minds of men. Artist Mike Swaim adds to the hilarity with his brilliant sketches, giving another dimension to Phil's quest for love.

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Just a Nice Guy
This is a great book for any single guy out there. It's a true life story of a single divorced guy (the author). I can relate to his story and the crap I have been through in the
dating world. If you are feeling the effects of a break up, the dating scene or are feeling lonely, the author is a great companion going into his world of life's singleness. His sense of humor will make you sadness into humor as he gives his account of women and being single. I recommend it! 

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Torcivia is a divorced man who transplanted himself from Pennsylvania into the treacherous dating pool in Southern California. His feline companions, Syd and Symon, share his home in San Diego and an occasional dish of leftover tuna. Torcivia loves nothing better than bellying up to the bar with his favorite social lubrication (wine) and watching the bizarre mating rituals of the locals, which he translates into humorous essays. He has been single long enough to be involved in a few train wrecks of his own, admitting that he's "one relationship disaster away from a third cat.

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