Mr. Anonymous Asks, “She loves me? She loves me not.”

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Introducing a new memoir of an Internet dater over 40

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I just want to entertain and educate people about online dating. I had no clue what I was getting into when I started, as a once-married, 40-something man.

After 20 years of marriage that ended in a rather nasty divorce, Mr. Anonymous wanted to get back in the dating game.

What better way to get to know the other fish in the sea than diving into the World Wide Web? In “Matchless” (published by AuthorHouse), Mr. Anonymous, choosing to stay nameless to protect all those involved, offers Internet dating tips for both men and women, covering the necessities for online daters such as choosing screen names, appropriate profile pictures, difference between a “wink” and an “eye,” and the unspoken protocols of the game. From “one-hit-wonders” to relationships with “relations,” Mr. Anonymous experienced it all during his two-year trial with Internet dating.

“I just want to entertain and educate people about online dating. I had no clue what I was getting into when I started, as a once-married, 40-something man,” says Mr. Anonymous. “I hadn’t been on a date in over 20 years.”

A true testament to Internet dating site claims, Mr. Anonymous is now off the market, as he found his true love through the process. Fortunately, during his extensive “field research” of trial and error, he compiled a brief, fun reference guide for other online daters.

“There are lots of us out there, and I hope this book will be a humorous encouragement to give Internet dating a try. It is a great way to move on with your life after a divorce or a bad breakup, which can be brutal, both emotionally and financially. It was the best decision I made after my divorce and did more to change my life than anything else,” says Mr. Anonymous.

“Matchless”
By Mr. Anonymous
ISBN: 978-1-46854-421-3
Paperback: $14.95
eBook: $3.99
Available at http://www.amazon.com.

About the author:
Mr. Anonymous began his online dating adventures after the age of 40, three kids and a brutal divorce ending a 20-year marriage. Two years later, he found the love of his life through an Internet dating service, sharing his speed bumps and potholes on the road to true love in his guide to online dating, “Matchless”. He is currently working on his next project, a book offering insight and commentary on the life of a sales representative.

EDITORS: For review copies or interview questions, contact:
Dassie Rice
317-602-7137| drice(at)bohlsengroup(dot)com
(When requesting a review copy, please provide a street address.)

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