Dane Robert Swanson
Santa Monica Daily Press
In her accounting she lets us share in her dates with The Architect, the Neurologist, and the Plastic Surgeon. In between there was the Art Dealer, the Boy Next Door, The Investment Banker, the Drummer Boy. That is just to name a few.
She also gives us some rules of "Netiquette" we should follow if we are inclined to use the Internet for our dating pool. "We are living in the information at your fingertips mode as the Internet has become part of our daily lives, and we can find out more than we probably want to know."
She therefore advises you don't "Google" your date before the first date. One of her dates did and it was a disaster. She found out more about herself than she knew was out there. Also don't discuss body parts on the first encounter. She had one person she dated who gave her the details of his colonoscopy between the entrée and the dessert. When it comes to your profile there should be a cut off rule of five to 10 years on your age and five to 10 pounds on your weight.
Not all cyber-dates were disasters.
This book is a must for this generation of singles, both male and female, who are into cyber-dating. It is possible to find someone if you know the rules.
E. Jean Carroll
"It's like Sex and The City in a Web 2.0 World." --E. Jean Carroll, columnist, "Ask E. Jean" Elle Magazine
"Hilariously Funny! Singles of all ages need to read this book." --Joan Rivers, comedienne and bestselling Author
Dane Robert Swanson
"This book is a must for this generation of singles, both male and female, who are into cyber-dating. It is possible to find someone if you know the rules."-- Dane Robert Swanson, Santa Monica Daily Press
The Perils of Cyber Dating: For the millions of singles searching for love online, author Julie Spira imparts cyber-dating savoir faire, interspersed with her outrageously hilarious virtual experiences. With more than 250 dates under her belt in less than 15 years, Ms. Spira is a matchmaking maven who offers the right tips and pointers to help you get lucky in love online.
Margeaux Baulch Klein
Author Julie Spira encounters every breed of man in her tell-all memoir, The Perils of Cyber-Dating. Online since 1994, Spira is a self-proclaimed internet dating pioneer, having gone on over 250 blind dates, receiving several marriage proposals and then marrying (and later divorcing) someone she met online. Spira has turned her dating horror stories and romantic journeys – both the good, bad, and, quite literally, ugly – into a witty memoir that every woman will appreciate.