Getting Naked by Tamra Mercieca
The Dating Game

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Unzip those fashionably worn figure-hugging jeans, slip off your beautifully laced French knickers and join Tamra in Getting Naked as she bares all in this provocative memoir. This manicured manuscript tells the sweet yet seductive tale of a woman’s search for love, and what to do when the elusive desire for that all-encompassing heartfelt connection turns into a string of piercing heartbreaks.

You will not find a typical love story with a happy ending inside the covers of this tantalising text. The Dating Game reveals the honest truth about modern love; the dating landscape of games, relationship faux pas, and the unspoken rules of technologically enhanced communication we must embrace in order to line up our next romantic rendezvous.

Tamra strips back the layers in order to navigate her way through the racks of vulnerability and ill-fitting threads that have collected dust and stopped her opening her heart to love. As she clears out the wardrobe, she soon discovers that the truly unique garment she was looking for has been with her all along.

About Tamra Mercieca

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TAMRA MERCIECA has an undeniable passion for putting pen to paper, spending most of her time in the Dandenongs sipping tea as she crafts her latest manuscript. Her experience with depression saw Tamra publish her first book The Upside of Down: A toolkit and personal journey for overcoming depression in 2009, which was later endorsed by Lifeline. This playful peach spent ten years as a journalist, reading the news on various radio stations across Australia before deciding to take her on-air persona into the real world, training in various subconscious mind skills to become a Relationship Therapist. Wanting to help more people than she could possibly see in a day, Tamra founded Getting Naked Pty Ltd to encourage ladies and gents to develop the relationship they have with themselves in order to achieve the success and happiness they desire. And what did she call this mind work? Naked Therapy of course! You’ll often see Tamra gracing our television screens on programs such as Channel Seven’s Sunrise. And she continues to write for leading health publications including her regular column in Nature and Health magazine, ‘Ask Tamra’. If Tamra’s not inspiring others to love life, she’s baking scones or behind her drums bashing out tunes with her band.
Published November 13, 2012 by BalboaPress. 318 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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