(PRWEB UK) 19 February 2013
Despite statistics from an official report which claims that the number of single women aged 18 – 49 has more than doubled in the last 30yrs, author Heather J. Holland is refusing to accept the facts. In her new dating and relationship advice book, How to Get A Boyfriend, Holland’s dating advice for women suggests that all are still able to select one of several eligible bachelors; and that it is actually women who call the shots in the dating game.
Having survived a rather lengthy bout of singleness herself, Holland decided to do something about it and spent the last several years developing a detailed savvy technique, of how to turn the dating statistics around in her favor. Soon, Holland was inundated with eligible single men all wanting to date her. So successful was her method that she wrote a dating advice book for women, detailing how to get a boyfriend.
“It took me a while to perfect the technique and to get the system just right, but I did it. Many women have used my technique over the years and have succeeded in dating great, dreamy boyfriends,” Holland added.
Holland’s book: How to get a Boyfriend: A Cool Chicks Guide, a scant 48 pages long e-book, challenges the traditional approach to dating in general and is certainly an interesting read. The book touches on a few taboo subjects and encourages the reader to embrace a new attitude and approach to dating.
“If you want different results to what you’re currently getting,” states Holland, “then you have got to do things differently” With the amount of women currently single, and not by choice, Holland certainly does seem to have a valid point.
“My goal in writing the book was to shatter the myth that there aren’t enough good single men left. This simply isn’t true. I wanted to empower single women. To give them choices and let them know exactly how they can use the technique I developed, in order to meet not one, but many wonderful single men who want to date them. Single women no longer have to be just another statistic,” Holland continued.