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Also since re-entering the dating world, I’ve developed a new understanding of my relationship with reading and writing.
Let me be clear: This isn’t necessarily about my books.
) So I'm prepared to believe Jill doesn't have a sexy cop tucked away somewhere - especially when she tells us the perils and pitfalls of dating while writing...
Since re-entering the dating world a while ago, I’ve become acutely aware of the fact that a lot of people out there don’t like to read.
: Jill Edmondson claims she's not acquainted with fetish parties, or brothels, or phone sex hotlines, all of which her PI, Sasha Jackson, has found herself neck-deep in. (Although wouldn't it be nice if literary success worked that way?
has teamed up with to introduce a dating Web site for book lovers, or for anyone, according to the publisher, who has "ever wished real life could be as romantic as a novel." The Penguin Dating site, available only to residents in the United Kingdom, hopes to offer readers "a place to meet and indulge in the age-old art of writing love letters." "At Penguin we believe that the books we cherish and read over and over, those that we feel a deep emotional connection with, say something defining about us and the type of people we are," Anna Rafferty, the publisher’s online marketing manager, told the Bookseller.
Just a note to our followers and fans about a new dating site for writers, professionals, artists, teachers, media types, filmmakers, IT execs, actors, etc. The fact that anyone would conceive of designing a dating site for writers, artists, and other "wits" is something new in the net cosmos.
followed shortly by, "No more inane blather, boring dates, blank stares, or windmill giants." No more "windmill giants" must be a reference to Don Quixote?
Just a short interview with professional writer makes a way to reach your PERFECT MATCH.
They like drinking coffee because it keeps them awake, which gives them more time to write. For those of you on the love market (even writers need love, yes?