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Kiss Me, I’m Single: An Ode to the Solo Life

Kiss Me, I'm Single: An Ode to the Solo Life
Kiss Me I’m Single: An Ode to the Single Life
Author: Amanda Ford
Publisher: Conari Press
Reviewed by: Dorothy Thompson

I am so very, very impressed with this book, I can’t even find the words to describe the joy I’m having at received it to review.

Kiss Me, I’m Single: An Ode to the Solo Life by Amanda Ford is one of the best and most fun reads I have read in a long time.  

Amanda Ford’s wisdom on being single shines like a star in the dateless horizon for those women (and men!) who have tired of the dating rituals and want to finally say I’m happy with myself and there’s not a darn thing wrong with it.


As Amanda says in her book, “Love has nothing to do with another person; it is a condition of your own heart.”


Inside these wonderful pages of singledom wisdom comes refreshing antidotes that the author herself has gleamed from years of being single.  Who’s more perfect to write about being single than someone who has been there, done that?  Not only that, she’s an expert in her field and the proof is in the pages of this entertaining book.


But the main point Amanda is making with this book is that it’s okay to be single and once you fall in love with yourself, everyone else will fall in love with you, too!

Kiss Me, I’m Single: An Ode to the Solo Life by Amanda Ford should be on every singles’ bookshelf as a testament to being proud of who they are.

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