Gottlieb focuses on what makes a real successful relationship, and guides the reader in that direction."Publishers Weekly"The advice makes good sense, and Gottlieb is personable and appealing." The New York Observer"Marry Him is a frank and funny read, weaving real people's stories with Gottlieb's own experiences, and containing sharp examinations of how society and cultureeverything from When Harry Met Sally to The Bachelorcome into play when modern women look for love." ”In business, ''good enough'' is often 'very good.' So why should we expect--and demand--perfection in dating and marriage?
In business, 'good enough' is often ''very good.' So why should we expect--and demand--perfection in dating and marriage?
(still a work in progress as of 2/14/16) The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chobksy Goodreads | Amazon | My review 1999. (Note: Although I haven’t read it, from my understanding this one is pretty graphic, and though it is considered YA, we shelve it in adult fiction at my library, which is a decision made before I started selecting for YA). Live Through This by Mindi Scott Goodreads | Amazon 2012.
He tells her a story of a queen who is mistreated, and she realizes that it has basis in reality.
by Elize Moser Goodreads | Amazon | My review 2013.
It's a deeply personal and honest book that is sure to delight Selena fans.
Perez recently spoke with CNN about his marriage, the singer's death, and her legacy.
He breaks off relationships before they get too serious to avoid the risk of abandonment.
He’s built up this reputation for himself as “the player,” but I see past the façade.Salon A sensible plea to discard the toxic fantasy of romantic comedies and think realistically about what makes a solid partnership.Glamour"It was a humbling experience to read MARRY HIM, but I'm so glad I did."Heeb magazine"Very funny...After you read this honest and admittedly unsettling book, your love life will never be the same again. A well-conceived and convincing argument on how to find a more realistic Mr. Library Journal"A funny cautionary tale of one woman's journey through the modern landscape of dating."The Huffington Post"This impeccably researched tome is mandatory reading." The Chicago Tribune"A provocative pop culture treatise...Gottlieb encourages us to think through our own beliefs and unexamined assumptions."Booklist - starred review Gottliebs honest, astute analysis will resonate with many women..makes a strong case in this groundbreaking work."The next time we played in Austin, Tony bought back my guitar with this gorgeous picture of Selena on it... Selena won the Grammy for Best Mexican-American Album in 1994 and was nominated for Best Mexican-American Performance 1995. I was comfortable putting some of the stories and the memories that I had of Selena to paper.