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Some may wonder at Christensen's choice to include snippets of Quinn's work challenges as an audiologist.As I'm hard of hearing and wear hearing aids, I found them fascinating and didn't feel they detracted from the story.); fatigue (I can’t bear the thought of another date); depression (I’m going to grow old and die alone); and acceptance (dating: it is what it is). The Truth About Dating is a full-length novel, approximately 120,000 words.Through the triumphs and heartbreaks of dating, and of life in general, Quinn uncovers the resilient, dynamic person she’s always been. If you find any errors in the May 2011 version of this ebook, contact the author via her blog and she will gift you a copy of her latest book.Julie Christensen could have written this book about me. Anyone who has been in the dating game, especially over the age of 30, can identify with Quinn. The easy email conversation of online dating that makes you think “hey, this guy seems cool” Then you meet him, and there’s no chemistry.Or sorting through the emails from potential matches, where you wonder “did they even read my profile? The disappointment when the one guy you do like doesn’t feel the same way about you.Rather, they provided additional insight into Quinn's character.
It was a disheartening and depressing reflection of dating in one's thirties. I liked the premise of the book, I mean we've all been there, but hated the main character!!!The commentary-solicited or not- from everyone in your life about why you’re still single. Figuring out how to be yourself and make yourself happy while learning how someone else fits into your life.And the realization that the happy ending you get may not be the one you always thought you would have. But I think anyone still single long after they thought they would be will enjoy this one.Lifelong introvert Quinn Malone was sick of spending her evenings at home, doing crossword puzzles and watching reality TV.
Successful, smart, and funny, 38-year old Quinn embarks on a quest to find a man, using blind dates, speed, and internet dating to get things moving.Anyone who's ventured down the route of blind dating and/or internet dating will recognize the challenges she faces, and enjoy the author's wry interpretation of them.