eDating the Old School Way

A comedic guide to online dating

Non-Fiction - Relationships
180 Pages
Reviewed on 03/21/2022
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Author Biography

Maura Stone is a comedy writer with eight books under her belt, three awards, and praise from literary critics. She finds it therapeutic to weave her life choices into stories rather than spend money on therapy. Through humor her books address the issue of moral integrity and consequences of standing up for what’s right. Readers discover healing and joy while rethinking their moral high ground from her unexpectedly profound insights and edgy unforgettable adventures. She has even set a new standard for satire due to her unique style, taking the genre to an exciting new direction. Maura lives upstate New York with her feral feline companion, Maxwell.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Keith Mbuya for Readers' Favorite

In this era of online dating, all men and women have to do to find a partner is to register on any of the numerous online dating sites on the internet. Well, at least that is what everyone thinks. But then unlike the old times, what has now come to be popularly known as e-dating has significantly changed that arena. Characterized by subscriptions, aesthetic adulation, endless chatting, and more, e-dating seems to offer a lot to the users. However, with all the flexibility and options e-dating offers, it has become the norm for users to receive more than they bargained for. This has partly been caused by the diverse variety of generational breeds. Find out more about e-dating in Maura Stone’s eDating the Old School Way: A comedic guide to online dating.

Maura Stone reveals details of characters from every nook and cranny on online dating platforms with all the wit and humor she can muster. If you are looking for a hilarious read on dating, loaded with funny romantic escapades and laced with humorous online dating tips, you will love this book. Her use of simple sentences and a more casual tone make the book even more fun to read. If you are having a hard time finding a match on online dating sites, constantly falling victim to other users, or if you want to stay informed, what you need is (as Stone refers to herself) “Bubbameistah’s” advice. It is all available in eDating the Old School Way. My ribs hurt from laughing. I loved the book.