If you asked yourself to name 5 things the world really doesn't need, what would they be? A grape-flavored rocket? A space helmet for squirrels? An English-to-Phoenician dictionary? Probably. But that's only three. One of the other two would be an Internet dating book by me.
I can say this because my Internet Dating success rate is slightly worse than that of Wile E. Coyote against the Roadrunner. True enough, I don't have a billion Acme Products to assist in the endeavor, but than again, dropping anvils off of cliffs has never seemed like a good way to get a date. I could be wrong about that, though.
Anyway, for reasons that escape me at the moment, I decided to go ahead and write a book about Internet Dating. It's a little bit like Hitler writing a book about tolerance and love for all people, only mine has better spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
So -- "Lex Fonteyne's Ultimate Guide To Internet Dating: What To Do, What Not To Do, Why Not To Do It, And Oh The Hell With It," is now available at Amazon.com and many other fine (and even not-so-fine) online booksellers. 100 pages, $8.99, it's my cheapest book yet, and there are some funny bits in it.
And, no, I have NOT abandoned the whole "Moving Day" storyline -- I'm just showing you how incredibly versatile I am.
Later on, I'll be doing a book about 17th century umbrella stands and how to restore them. Bet you can't wait, huh?
Here is a review:
4.0 out of 5 stars Funny and Smartly Written,