Did I Really Do My Hair For This? by Stephanie Goldman
"The Dating Disasters of a Not So Desperate Girl"

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Ever been on a disastrous date? You're not the only one! Dating myths and mayhem are all debunked in this gotta have blog-series-turned-book featuring wildly entertaining stories of love gone awry. Author Stephanie Goldman doesn't hold back, as her stories are brutally honest, sexually explicit, and most of all, a funny depiction of the modern dangers of dating men as told from the perspective of a woman trying to make it in the dating world. Each vignette is more hysterical than the last one! If you are a fan books like "He's Just Not That Into You," or "I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell," then this book is for you!
 

About Stephanie Goldman

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Stephanie Goldman grew up the youngest of five girls in affluent Orange County, California. She moved to the middle of Tennessee to attend college and continue her love and success of competing Tennessee Walking Horses. After receiving a Bachelors Degree in Fashion she decided to stay in Tennessee and combine her two greatest loves of fashion and horses and started her own equestrian apparel business, CJ JEANS Co. Stephanie would entertain her girlfriends with stories of growing up in an unconventional household in what could have been ripped right from a script of the OC. She loves making people laugh and has tons of stories about college and relationships. Her wit, sarcasm, and tell it like it is writing style has southern belles shuddering at the thought! She knew she wasn’t the only twenty something out there carrying around a magnet for disaster, so she started a blog. Her subsequent blog, "Did I Really Do My Hair for This?", took off quickly. Stephanie soon realized that not only was she full of anecdotes that offer simple truths about men and the world of dating, she had knack for putting thoughts into coherent sentences too. She writes things about men, dating, and relationships that most young women think but are too embarrassed to say. Stephanie Goldman now lives, works and continues to search for Mr. Right now just outside of Nashville, Tennessee.
 
Published October 11, 2011 by Sakura Publishing. 148 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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