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The Single Girl's Guide Paperback – 2 Apr 2006

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Product details

  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Summersdale (2 April 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1840245689
  • ISBN-13: 978-1840245684
  • Product Dimensions: 15.4 x 1.9 x 17.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,027,447 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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'a laugh a minute, pick it up when you're down and you'll be smiling in no time. What a tonic!'

(Cilla Black)

'Her advice will help other single women make the most of unattached living'

(The Daily Express)

'London's answer to Carry Bradshaw...Imogen [is] the ideal role model to dispense advice on how to be single'

(Hello!)

'a wry, witty look at the predicament of the modern woman and a useful aide to surviving the single state'

(The Sunday Times)

'Somewhere between Jilly Cooper and Sigmund Freud, the book is a lively, provocative presentation of a single girl's life'

(Tatler)

'a must-read for all those ...fed up waiting for Mr Right'

(Daily Record)

'creative ways to manage every aspect of your life ...wonderfully irreverent ... wit and wisdom ... dozens of anecdotes'

(Scotsman Magazine)

'Imogen Lloyd Webber knows more than most about relationships. Her book [offers] help and advice for singletons.'

(Woman's Own)

The fact the book talks about singledom in relation to family, career and friends is truly refreshing.

(Teletext)

About the Author

Imogen Lloyd Webber is a born and bred Brit who now lives in NYC where she is an on air political contributor for MSNBC, featuring on The Dylan Ratigan Show and across the network. Prior to this she was a "liberal" pundit for the Fox News and Fox Business Networks, appearing on programmes including The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity and Imus. Educated at Cambridge University, where she read history and labelled a "petite polymath" by the New York Post, Imogen has also been a special correspondent for EXTRA and a recurrent contributor on HLN's Showbiz Tonight. Other US radio and TV appearances include Access Hollywood (NBC), Good Morning America (ABC), The Morning Show (Fox) and assorted shows across the Sirius radio network.


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When I first found this book on Amazon, I though "Oh, God, just what we need: another tongue-in-cheek handbook for desperate girls trying to pretend their life is fine without men."

Having seen a lot of great reviews in the press, and seeing that the author went to Cambridge, I thought I'd give it a go. What arrived on my doorstep was an intelligent, uplifting and witty companion to all the tricky moments a girl needs. Aside from the hilarious tips on kissing, etc. this is a book that could accompany any lady - single or otherwise - with its wise words on how to handle work (best outfits for job interviews, lecherous bosses), family (politics et al) and friends. Something for the bedside to dip in and out of and put a smile on my face.
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I found this book very easy to read and it is possible to dip in and out of it to the parts most relevant to you (although I have to confess to reading it in one sitting). As well as keeping it light hearted and humorous, Imogen has brought an impressive level of honesty to the book offering her own anecdotes and those of her friends which more often than not both reminded me of similar situations and made me wish I had read the book (and learnt the tricks) earlier!
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Highly entertaining look at the life of a single girl in London. Imogen Lloyd Webber deals with all the ups and downs of singledom in a very light hearted and enjoyable way. I thoroughly enjoyed her hints for coping with the trials and tribulations of boys, parties, friends and parents - all with a smile on her face and her tongue in her cheek. A top read - even if you're not single!
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Imogen's book is a very enjoyable and light hearted look at the life of a single girl. It's full of fun tips for coping with family life and is a pleasure to read
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