ANNAPOLIS, Md., January 20, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Fulton Books author Diana Everline, a fascinating woman who has a flourishing career in the beauty industry, a mother and grandmother, an avid tennis player, a world traveler, has completed her most recent book "I Dated This Guy": an awe-inspiring memoir of Diana Everline, who married her high school sweetheart at the tender age of 18 and the life she currently leads after their divorce. It contains fascinating stories of Diana Everline as she dips her toes into the world of modern dating. Whether it may be through a Match date, an OkCupid date, or even through eHarmony, name it and she has some funny and unforgettable anecdotes of it.
Everline shares, "After the divorce, life took on a whole new direction. Dating became almost a full-time job. Who would have thought it would be so hard to meet someone and fall in love. Just setting up the date, time, day, hair washed, and dressed to kill only to be disappointed over and over. And it's fun and exciting all at the same time. Always best to set a date up after work because you are already put together. Sunday dates were a drag because you have to get yourself together on your day off. From one dating site to the other, on and off, there was always hope. Not all dating was online. There are friends that introduce you, or you meet someone in a deli or on the tennis court. From one dating person to another, there were many stories to tell and encourage others."
Published by Fulton Books, Diana Everline's book is a heartwarming read that reminds every divorcee that there's always room for love. Her three decades of marriage might have not prospered, but life doesn't end there. Life goes on, just like love.
Diana Everline's memoirs of dating in the contemporary era will surely bring delight to readers who can resonate with her.
Readers who wish to experience this insightful work can purchase "I Dated This Guy" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books