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I have known and worked with Becky for many years, and she is as funny in person as her book is.I cannot imagine being back on the dating scene when close to 60 years old (I am only a few years younger then Becky).Of course, I knew the ending before I got there…your journey truly produced a match made in Heaven. ”Anyone looking to give online dating a try not that already have given it a try would love this book. Toward the end of the visit, my ever-loving and super sweet mother tried to gently suggest I might want some friends.At that point, my blunt-and-to-the-point father spelled it out for me: “She means MAN friends.” All I could blurt out was: “No, thanks, I’m good.” excerpt from Becky Anderson “We’re Not Sixteen Anymore: A Baby Boomer’s Guide to Online Dating or The Saga of an Old Prune & Her Dates” First off I have to say that Becky is definitely NOT an old prune!Okay, here’s a personal review from a friend who pre-ordered my book. ), and I have no idea if she had a bottle of wine to see her through the book, but I love the review and her, and just had to post this: “Becky, I finally had time this evening to just sit on the deck and read the rest of your book!! I was laughing SO hard my tear ducts unleashed a gusher!I laughed all the way through, but the horseback riding date and your vivid descriptions had me simultaneously crying, laughing and gasping for air! I enjoyed it immensely and I’m in my early 30s and married.” – Tina E for vexingcircumstance.” I had visited my snowbird parents down south where they wintered.It’s written well and has some quite humorous stories of her journey into the “online dating scene,” after not having dated since she was a teen.
I like that each chapter told about one dating episode, but the themes she chose for each were a hoot.
This fun little book is for anyone of a certain age who needs a good, wholesome laugh or wants a user’s guide for the mature online dating scene.
My best to Becky as she starts the next chapters of her life! for Net Galley This was a very quick read and quite a cute book.
The author lost her husband in her late 50’s, and after a few years of being single again, she starts getting hints from friends and family that maybe she should try dating, to see if she can find someone to spend time with.
I applaud her bravery for getting back out there after her husband died.
Of course, dating had changed quite a bit since Becky was in high school, and she didn’t know how to get started in this technological age.