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E. Jean Carroll's Ask E. Jean column has appeared in Elle for more than a decade and reaches more than 4 million readers a month. She was a contributing editor at Esquire and has written for Rolling Stone, Outside, and New York magazine. Her stunningly successful dating Web site, GreatBoyfriends.com, receives millions of hits each week. E. Jean was nominated for an Emmy for her writing for Saturday Night Live. She lives in Nyack, New York.
A Note About the Note About the Author
The author doesn't want everybody thinking she's a love lorn twit because she's single. In fact, the author is living happily ever after all by herself in a cottage outside New York City, is enjoying just a ridiculously huge number of flings, and has been married the normal amount (twice). She has four rescued dogs. The author weighs either 128 or 133, depending on what she had for lunch.
I am not sure which one is the greatest waste of money: buying her book or joining her website.
If you have a fulfilling life, then you won't be needy, so you won't have to play the games and pretend that you're not lonely and desperate for having a man.
E. Jean Carroll, with her razor-sharp insights and wildly popular way of serving them up to the masses, is, above all else, a truth-seeker.
She suggests ideas and places I have yet to see anyone else mention, which I really liked. What I didn't like is she has a conversation with you throughout the book as if she was... Read morePublished on February 7, 2006 by Rebecca Cat
For the record, I was given this book for a Gender and Sexuality class and I must say, enough with books that teaches women to be neurotic and men-obsessed. Read morePublished on July 10, 2004 by materialgirl-xo
I admit I was dubious. I skipped two of the weeks----I did all the beauty advice (which is FANTASTIC! The Mr. Right Food Plan is genius. Read morePublished on February 15, 2004
Mr. Right, Right Now is easy to read and is full of usable advice that encourages women to take action and make things happen. Mr. Read morePublished on February 4, 2004
If you have ever watched a beer commercial, you have probably had two thoughts.
l) This is really stupid. Read more
I never read a dating self-help book before, but I love E. Jean's column, so I gave it a go. Mr. Right, Right Now! is funny and smart, and the logic of following E. Read morePublished on February 2, 2004
"Mr. Right, Right Now" is not for the faint-hearted or the dim-witted. E. Jean Carroll, with her razor-sharp insights and wildly popular way of serving them up to the... Read morePublished on February 2, 2004 by Jane D.
I think self-help books, especially about dating, are about the saddest thing in the world. However, I picked this one up merely because E. Read morePublished on February 2, 2004
Truly hilarious, E. Jean gives sound-not coddling or pussy-footed-advice. And, unlike most books that deal with this topic, she's got a command of the language that makes you crack... Read morePublished on February 2, 2004 by Super Star