The Curse of the Singles Table: A True Story of 1001 Nights Without Sexby Suzanne Schlosberg
Suzanne Schlosberg's friends dubbed her the Cal Ripken of celibacy. Given the common belief among single women that all the good men are either married or gay, Suzanne's predicament is hardly extraordinary, but what she does to end the streak makes for a hilarious tale. Suzanne hits bottom when her younger sister gets engaged, leaving her less than a year to find a date for the wedding. She shifts into overdrive, experimenting with Internet dating, speed dating, and other bizarre 21st century match-making rituals. But after enduring every indignity of singlehood, she ultimately learns to ask herself: Does she really need a man to find happiness?
- Grand Central Publishing
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This book was recommended to me by another single gal. I was newly single and just starting to date again. This book was humorous and gave me a better perspective about being on the dating scene!
This book is wonderful. Hilarious and very, very true. It captures the ups and downs of single life quite well. Her methods of 'ending the streak' and finding a mate are humorous and true to life. It's a great book!
Feels like reading my own diary! This book is very funny, witty, and entertaining. I like the author point of view and her way of writing her true story. It has become my favorite book so far.
Great book! I related to the whole story, I wish my streak had as much world adventure and laughs as Suzanne¿s outrageous story. The story is the next best thing to a around the world trip with out actually traveling.