Girls guide to dating book
Despite the humor of this guide, it was written in a very technical style which forced me to reread some paragraphs again.
All in all, if you're looking for a laug This was a short but highly entertaining read, containing descriptions of categories of the specific geeks that exist.
Risa, a skinny and audacious electronica punk rocker, wants to finally land an album deal, which she feels is the only way to win back the heart of her on-again-off-again closeted girlfriend. Imagine my surprise when I saw someone mention The Awesome Girl's Guide last month. I squealed with glee knowing that it would just be a matter of time before I'd have a chance to immerse myself in the world of Ernessa and her true to life characters. I know it will throw some people who see it and automatically assume that it's another self-help book for women written by the latest Twitter dating guru. You know how awesome Davie is (remember her invitation to crazy line? If you say you want to find an extraordinary man, and you've got a habit of turning down social invitations, I mean any social invitation at all, then I just plain don't believe you're serious in this endeavor.
And after getting fired as the spokesmodel for her family’s hair company, sweet and gorgeous Tammy wants to prove that she has what it takes to make it on her own. I squealed with glee knowing that it would just be a matter of time before I'd have a chance to immerse myself in the world of Ernessa I have only been waiting on this book for two years. When you're searching for true love, you had best take every invitation you get, because for all you know, somebody's handing you an Invitation to Extraordinary.
All in all, if you're looking for a laugh, check it out!
This book was extremely cute, totally applied to my life, and definitely made me laugh out loud a few times.
A must read for any woman who's dating or married to a geek! I actually used some of the techniques suggested - and they work.
Inouye claims that she is "geekier" than other girls, but for some reason this book is FULL of grammatical errors and typos. I know not everyone can spell, but for goodness sake, everyone can proofread, or get someone else to do it for them! The case studies at the end of the book are pretty funny, but the rest was a bit offensive. And she is constantly referring to geeky guys as "ugly." Geez. Looking at ratings on Amazon, they are extremely polarized -- half and half 1 star and 5 star ratings. I am giving it two stars, because it's a great concept, just horrible execution.