eDating the Old School Way by Maura Stone – Book Review

eDating the Old School Way

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Maura Stone, the Bubbameistah, gives hilarious advice to those looking to the internet for matchmaking. Beware! Okay, okay, that’s a bit too succinct. But you will laugh out loud. You will find out that you are a catch, people out there are crazed murderers who want to see naked pictures of yourself and even worse than will want to meet you at a Dunkin Doughnuts. How do you avoid this fate? By listening to the Bubbameistah. She’ll tell you such secrets as how people make themselves sound better online than in real life and that if it’s meant to be, your e-dating sweetheart will call you back within three days. It’s twue!

Written in such a way that even a economics nerd can relate, eDating the Old School Way is sprinkled with such sage topics as “E-Women are Lunatics.” And on the other hand, what woman would not want the know the following motherly advice, “Would your interest be piqued when he markets himself with “I put the toilet seat down”? If that’s the best he can say for himself, then you know his bar is set way too low.”

eDating the Old School Way is the only self-help book I’ve read all the way through and the world is a better place for it. And the world will still be a better place after the Zombie Apocalypse, for Ms. Stone navigates us through the treacherous waters of eDating for zombie men and Dunkin Doughnut dating.

eDating the Old School Way is available on amazon.com

Check out her  author page on HOPress-Shorehousebooks.com

– Paul R. De Lancey, author of Beneficial Murders and Eat Me: 169 Fun Recipes From All Over the World

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4 thoughts on “eDating the Old School Way by Maura Stone – Book Review”

  1. If you live and VOTE in NY, Paul, you would know how to perfect filling in the bubble without straying outside the bubble. The only problem is that there’s no one to vote for!

    1. I had flashbacks of filling those bubbles on multiple-choice tests. My generation had to use number-two pencils. We were severely admonished to fill in those bubbles completely but not to stray outside the bubble. No, not one graphite dot. The tests came with illustrations showing all the ways marking the bubble poorly could change your correct answer into a wrong one. It was a bit before my time, but I think (PBSD)Post Bubble Stress Syndrome kept many young men out of the Vietnam War. So there you have it. 🙂

      1. If you live and VOTE in NY, Paul, you would know how to perfect filling in the bubble without straying outside the bubble. The only problem is that there’s no one to vote for!

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