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From the Publisher"Self-deprecating and smart, Chupack's essays read like mini monologues from the hilarious friend you wish you had."
"Cindy truly knows how to capture the horror and humor of single womanhood. This book demonstrates her gift for spinning heartbreak into gold."
- Sarah Jessica Parker
"Cindy Chupack has the credentials to comment on the single life: she's an Emmy-winning writer for Sex and the City. Like that show, her witty first book...captures the sometimes angst-ridden world of single women. Chupack has created a smart vocabulary that describes the indignities of dating."
"...a wry, upbeat tour of the dating scene for women currently considering reentry."
- Kirkus Reviews
"I laughed out loud and recognized myself and a million people I know...honest, unself-pitying, and hilariously rich with detail. Cindy Chupack makes you laugh about the things that most of us keep to ourselves: bad boyfriends, disappearing boyfriends, retro-boyfriends, no boyfriends."
- Besty Carter, author of Nothing to Fall Back On: The Life and Times of a Perpetual Optimist
"With stiletto wit, the author...has crafted slim volume of dating-themed essays that goes down like a zingy cosmo."
"Chupack writes with the candor and gallows humor of a woman who's seen it all, but with just enough poignancy to make it clear she believes in true love. You will laugh out loud and you won't lose hope."
- Amy Sohn, author of Run Catch Kiss
"...her book is more than funny: it's brave and touching and deeply wise."
- Joyce Maynard, author of The Usual Rules
"A look at today's scary dating scene from the perspective of someone whose humor and insight gave single women everywhere a hero in Carrie (Bradshaw)."
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"Whatever the state of your love life, The Between Boyfriends Book offers keen insight into the relationships we've endured and been entertained by."
- Grace Magazine
"The Between Boyfriends Book is that rarest of 'chick books'-written by a chick who actually likes men and can tell you something useful about women."
- Gary Belsky, coauthor of Why Smart People Make Big Money Mistakes and How to Correct Them