New York, NY (PRWEB) May 01, 2013
Popular Huffington Post dating and relationship blogger Natasha Scripture today released her highly anticipated eBook on dating: How a “Man Fast” Can Change Your Life: 10 Ways to Transform Yourself from Huntress to Love Magnet.
“This book is pretty much everything I’ve learned about life and love over the last 35 years boiled down to a 45-minute read,” said Scripture, a former serial dater, who mandates a man fast anywhere between six weeks to a year for women who have become cynical in their search for Mr. Right.
“If you’ve started to lose hope; if you’re saying things like ‘all the good ones are gone’ then you’re in serious need of some manfasting,” said Scripture, whose bottom line is: you’re single because you haven’t been ready this whole time.
In her book - which is part memoir, part how-to guide - Scripture advises women to stop making men the central dilemma in their lives, and calls on them to look inward instead. Like her blogs, Scripture’s characteristic humor is central to this body of work, which is layered with inspirational snippets, amusing anecdotes and meaningful guidance based on the author’s own journey from dating frenzy to heartache to self-discovery.
“This book is kind of a one-stop shop for women who are too busy to read those spiritual classics like the Bhagavad Gita or the Tao Te Ching, but would like a bit of a taster,” said Scripture, who quotes everyone from Rumi to the ladies who wrote The Rules in this quasi-spiritual guide to finding yourself – and love – in a chaotic modern world.
“My hope is that readers will feel like they took one of those happy pills after reading this,” added Scripture, who describes herself as a female version of Deepak Chopra, “but with no business sense and a better body.”
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Natasha Scripture is a New York-based writer and former UN spokesperson. For information, visit http://www.natashascripture.com. She is available for interviews and appearances. For booking presentations, media appearances, and interviews, please contact her publicist Joanne Givens: jgivensp(at)gmail(dot)com.