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Review: The Spinsterlicious Life

The Spinsterlicious LifePublisher: CreateSpace
Author: Eleanore Wells
Genre: Self-Help/Memoir

★ ☆★ ☆ – 4 Stars

The Spinsterlicious Life:
The Chronicles of life is about adventures, joys, and realities of a happy single woman in a “married-is-normal” world. It is a funny, clever, and insightful read for any woman who is single… for the time being or for a lifetime.

My Review:
I love the authors writing style, and humor within the book. You can totally relate to her (even with being married), and become understanding of the reason to be single & child-free life that she has chosen to lead.
She is honest through the entire book, and lays out her everyday life just for the reader. While you read you will discover 20 lessons, or chapters, as to why she has chosen this life style and she has simple made it her own. Twenty lessons are shared personal experiences, not only the good side of things, but some potential bumps in the road as well.
Potential bumps are like; if she would have a husband, then he would change the light bulb, catch the mouse in the house, and fix the tenants water problems, but instead everything is up to her.

About the Author:
Born and raised in Washington, DC, Eleanore Wells now lives in and loves New York City. Her very popular blog –The Spinsterlicious Life—celebrates the joys and realities of life as a happily single woman. Due to its widespread popularity, the obvious next step was a book by the same name. Funny, insightful, and wise, The Spinsterlicious Life: Twenty Life Lessons for Living Happily Single and Child-free, is part memoir, part-self help. It chronicles Eleanore’s life and lessons, and enlightens us all that there’s a lot that’s really good about being single, free, and unencumbered. When she’s not writing about “the single life”, Eleanore runs her own consumer research and strategy firm, Golden Door Consulting.

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Disclosure: I received this book for free from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.