An uproarious, uplifting and brazenly honest gift book that celebrates the single girl's life in 72 haikus
Beth Griffenhagen was born and raised in North Carolina. She is in her late twenties and works as a PR Manager for Murray's Cheese, NYC's oldest cheese shop. Cynthia Meyers is a freelance illustrator who lives in Connecticut with her husband and two children. Her work has appeared in publications such as The New York Times and Time magazine.
* Funny, heart-warming, the perfect pocket-sized present. Bit jealous I didn't think of this myself -- Laura Dockrill * Captures the hilarious moments of dating and singledom in short 5-7-5 bursts of brilliance The Frisky * Trust us, you want to own this book...if you're not single, you can give it to your most vociferously single girl friend, who will probably quote it for like, a month HowAboutMe * With her book of 72 hilarious haikus, the traditional Japanese three line poems, Beth shares her funny, uplifting, and at times, down-right shocking, relationship advice collected from relatives, disastrous dates and happy single girls everywhere. But it's her outlook on dating life, especially the realisation that a single girl can do whatever she wants with her time (unlike her married friends) that we love the most. Quirky, honest and properly funny, these lines have filled the hole left by our much-loved, if fictional, writer Carrie Bradshaw and her creator, writer of Sex and the City, Candace Bushnell Red