op 1% Goodreads reviewer gives "88 Guys for Coffee" 5 stars! "Read it, laugh with it, roll with it, this is a sparkling gem for sure!"
Abandoned – no, dumped from her 7-year marriage, Laura's self-worth was in tatters. Some people land on their feet. She landed on the kitchen floor in a puddle of frozen yogurt.
Longing to find her true partner in life, Laura takes a deep breath and plunges into online dating. Oh my. What a roller coaster. Only with the aid of modern technology could you line up this many frogs to kiss.
Hilarious and heartbreaking, soul-searching and spiritual, "88 Guys for Coffee" is loosely based on the author's own 5-year online dating saga. The horror stories are true, bizarre, and laugh-out-loud funny.
Top 1% Goodreads reviewer Dianne Bylo* said, "Should I laugh? Should I cry? Laugh until I cry? Grab a cup of coffee, wear your most comfy clothes and hang out the DO NOT DISTURB sign because this is a tale of the heart and soul... Humorous, heartbreaking, eye-opening and filled with some truly wickedly funny scenes... Read it, laugh with it, roll with it, this is a sparkling gem for sure!" *
* Read the entire review: http://tometender.blogspot.com/2017/05/88-guys-for-coffee-by-diane-solomon.html
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About the Author
Now focusing on writing, Diane lives in beautiful Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, with her husband, Mark Carey. She has written several non-fiction books in the fields of nutrition and homeopathy, plus has ghost-written and/or edited seven books for clients, in various fields.
In November of 2015, Eloquent Rascals Publishing released Diane's first book, which is non-fiction, entitled, "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A guide to the homeopathic treatment of CFS/M.E.". This book is a best seller in Amazon's homeopathic section.
In late 2016, Eloquent Rascals published "The Ravenstone: The Secret of Ninham Mountain," her first novel written with her husband, Mark Carey, who is a retired biologist, naturalist, and accomplished voice-over artist.
June 2017 sees the release of Diane's fictional memoir, "88 Guys for Coffee," the tale of Laura's five-year online dating odyssey, as she searches for love, for her true partner in life.