You can help.
This book contains about 58 pages of pretty pictures, tips, ideas, secrets, and other dating lore that will compel your friend to leave his or her mother’s basement and join the real world. Read it for yourself, and then loan it to somebody you know and care about.
We all know that dating and starting a new relationship is fraught with hazards, setbacks, and disappointments. But as a master poet once wrote, “Tis better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all.” Touche, Alfred Lord Tennyson. The purpose of this little handbook is to help your friend find the courage to step out and go on a date, with minimal risk of embarrassment or rejection.
It’s worth a try. And who knows, you may find yourself a member of a bridal party by this time next June.
From the Author: I used a graffiti font called Eraser in the photos. The Eraser font is casual and urban, but it has two drawbacks. First, it does not allow apostrophes, so on at least two occasions I was not able to show the possessive where I should have (e.g. mother’s, mom’s). Second, Eraser likes to show the letter N backwards. If the text is too small to read on your mobile device, you may want to open and read this book on your Kindle device, or by using the free Amazon Kindle for PC app. I have made the book available for lending, so if you enjoy the book, please pass it on to a friend.