Fiction about online dating
Anyone who uses online dating sites must read her funny, fascinating book.”—Gretchen Rubin, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Happiness Project “Data: A Love Story has me reassessing my sad single years, or at least my approach to them.
The book is about pragmatic approaches to partnership, the freedom that comes from asking for what you want, and the clarity that follows honest assessments of oneself and others.
At the root of their online relationship is the aching loneliness of both Etgar and Macy.
I think that’s what makes the story so human – that these are two realistic characters searching for intimacy and they both discover the consequences of that intimacy.
Anyone who uses online dating sites must read her funny, fascinating book.”—Gretchen Rubin, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Happiness Project After yet another disastrous date, Amy Webb was preparing to cancel her JDate membership when epiphany struck: her standards weren’t too high, she just wasn’t approaching the process the right way.
Using her gift for data strategy, she found which keywords were digital-man magnets, analyzed photos, and then adjusted her (female) profile to make the most of that intel.
A tentative coffee (actually, a pint on West Queen West) and it was like we’d never lost any time.
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