Kissing Frogs in Cyberspace – A Funny Book of a Personal Account of Using Online Dating Sties

Kissing Frogs in Cyberspace is a paperback book (216 pages) written by Dianne Sweeney. She shared her stories of looking for a guy to marry via online dating. There are a lot of reviews of the book that states it is humorous to read, which then concludes it is worth one’s time to read. The editor is Susana Myer and Brion Sausser is the illustrator. It was published by Adelmore Press, and released on December 11, 2009.

Laugh Out Loud

A review on stated that Kissing Frogs in Cyberspace filled the reader with a barrel of laughs and witty banter. She also said the book will give you hope and is very sure that no one is alone in their pursue to find someone who is attractive both inside and outside to live with for eternity- “prince charming.” If you want empowerment, insight, optimism, and smiles in your life, read this book. [1]

Micro Intro to the Author

You might be wondering why a book on online dating written by a high school English teacher (in her 30s) and blogger in California, United States would do very well. Back in June 2010, it was reported that it landed the number one spot on the best-seller list for Barnes & Noble. She just decided to write a book about her experience after hearing some advice from her friends and after going through some uneventful dates. [2]

Lovable Book to Keep

Kissing Frogs in Cyberspace is a quality book to read because it is humble. Males also have complimented on how much they enjoyed reading it. It receives accolades from readers because Dianne shares a lot of stories that people can relate to. She made them concise and intriguing to immerse to. Moreover, dating involves meeting people who will sooner or later do something that you will deem unattractive. The author’s honesty does help her gain supportive people [2]

Many Positive Reviews on Amazon

Kissing Frogs in Cyberspace can be downloaded to your Kindle for only $3.00. It has 55 customer reviews on Fifty reviewers gave it 5 stars, and two people gave it 4 stars. I enjoy looking at the image on the front cover, a frog with a huge smile and a female sitting at a table. Meanwhile, a lone review at Barnes & Noble’s website gave the book 5 stars for six out of 15 categories. The categories are Enlightening, Gift Giving, Interior Images, Topical Conversations, Touching, and Writing. [3 – 4]

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