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L. A. (Linda) Johannesson recently traded a 20+ year corporate career in marketing and communications for the fresh challenges of independent novelist and publisher.
She’s ecstatic about launching her breakout novel chronicling one woman’s unpredictable and entertaining quest to find love through online dating – eloves me, eloves me not is now available.
Hard at work on book number two, My Social Life, Linda’s greater aspiration is to author a series of successful contemporary romantic comedies that pair the latest in technology with women who are confident, accomplished and sensual creatures – think romantic fiction with a geeky twist! She’s proud to pioneer the emerging genre she dubs digichick lit.
A Canadian, originally from Toronto, Canada she now calls Sydney, Australia home. She travels often and happily shares her home and heart with the Aussie bloke she met in writing class and their Golden Retriever.
on Feb. 14, 2013 :
Loved the 'inside' look at what the world of e-dating is like. Kayte made me laugh, cry and get angry right along side of her. I couldn't help but sneak chapter reads while even at work (shhhh!). I especially loved Roman's e-dating tips. I can't wait to hear more from this author...an ongoing heroine saga of some kind maybe? Kayte seems confident enough to pull it off. :)
(reviewed 87 days after purchase)
on Dec. 18, 2012 :
This book was a joy to read! Being a guy who experienced the life of online dating (but thankfully no longer), it was great to get an inside perspective from the opposite gender; a funny, emotional, well written perspective. I hope the percentages of bad male dates aren't really this high and more are like that Tommy ;-). Great work! Author! Author!
(reviewed 36 days after purchase)
on Nov. 10, 2012 :
I really enjoyed this book. It was an eye opening insight into the world of internet dating, the single life (of looking for love) and the way technology affects the way we live, love and communicate. The main character Kayte is a real character... where do I find myself a girl like that? ;-)
(reviewed the day of purchase)