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You can contact them at their shared inbox: I cant believe this book series has come to an end. with a little bit of Gideon and Savannah in between... The storyline has been phenomenal with all the drama a girl can want. only a few words to describe this EXTRAORDINARY tale. “Amy Webb found her true love after a search that's both charmingly romantic and relentlessly data-driven.Anyone who uses online dating sites must read her funny, fascinating book.”—Gretchen Rubin, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Happiness Project After yet another disastrous date, Amy Webb was preparing to cancel her JDate membership when epiphany struck: her standards weren’t too high, she just wasn’t approaching the process the right way.The chaos he brings wherever he goes is too much to handle, the intense feelings he evokes are too confusing to unravel. I read the first four books all in one night not because they were short but bc they were so good that i couldnt put them down. Ive reread all of them over twenty times and im still not sick of it lol. Content is created by the database producer (for example, the American Psychological Association), which usually publishes a print version (), usually on CD-ROM or online via the Internet, using proprietary search software.
Amy Webb is an award-winning journalist who wrote for Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, and other publications before founding Webbmedia Group, a digital-strategy consultancy that works with Fortune 500 companies, major media companies and foundations, the government, and others. 12 Finding Bobo 221My last first date13 The Train Home 253Subtlety wasn't my strong suit Epilogue 263What happened next, and the other side of my story Notes 267Answers to everything you were wondering.
(And a diatribe on the musical genius of George Michael.)Appendix 283More data Acknowledgments 293 Amy Webb found her true love after a search that's both charmingly romantic and relentlessly data-driven.
Anyone who uses online dating sites must read her funny, fascinating book.”—Gretchen Rubin, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Happiness Project “Data: A Love Story has me reassessing my sad single years, or at least my approach to them.
“A heartening tale of how she found love and you can, too.” – People Magazine“Webb’s instincts…make perfect sense.”—Washington Post“Takes readers behind the scenes of Internet matchmaking.”—Boston Globe“The ultimate guide to data-crunching your way to love.”—Wired “This book is great fun, and possibly even useful to women who need a fresh approach to finding online lurve.” —Toronto Star “funny, brutally honest, and inspirational even to the most hopeless dater.”—Publishers Weekly “clever and inventive…
will be inspiring and eye-opening for anyone who has ever tunred to one of the many popular online dating sites in search of love.”—Booklist “Potent stuff”— Library Journal “Ultimately, [Webb] got her man, ‘a story book wedding’ and the longed-for child.