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“Splendid book! I love it!” --E. Jean Carroll, advice columnist for ELLE magazine
"Though these three twenty somethings have been blinded by love in the past, their hindsight is perfectly keen...The Little Black Book enumerates dating portents with moxie." --Marie Claire
"The Little Black Book of Big Red Flags [is] essentially the dating guide for the Sex and the City generation. Take the [authors'] advice...they could save you a lot of time and heartache. --Jill Dobson, CBS's The Early Show
"This captivating book is based on an abundance of bad date anecdotes pulled together at BigRedFlags.com. While the book offers warnings for single women, it is primarily a fun, somewhat voyeuristic window into the disastrous side of the dating world." --Library Journal
“The Little Black Book of Big Red Flags may very well become the dating girls' handbook. Run out and get a copy of the book before you say yes, or no, to your next date, ladies!” --Examiner.com
“According to a new book called The Little Black Book of Big Red Flags: ‘How a guy treats you right after sex can be just as important as how he treats you during it.’ It's so true!” --Michael Musto, The Village Voice
“Funny and engaging yet brutally honest, The Little Black Book of Big Red Flags marries useful advice and startling stories that will assure readers they're not alone in the often-rocky quest to find Prince Charming.” --YourTango.com
"The Little Black Book of Big Red Flags can help you understand women, which will help you get dates and help you get laid, and if you're really special, get laid on your dates." --MTV's Clutch Blog
"Dating gurus Natasha Burton, Julie Fishman and Meagan McCrary tell it like it is for dating newbies and experienced romantics alike. These writers break the tired self-help, pity-party mold." --The Philadelphia Tribune
"From bad boys to the emotionally infantile, these women manage to dish it out on the warning signs many women ignore. They find fun, light-hearted ways to talk about these tender topics in a blunt, honest tone." --The Frederick News-Post
Natasha Burton is a serial monogamist who's currently the Relationships Editor of Glo.com, a women's lifestyle website partnered with MSN and ELLE magazine.
Julie Fishman is a tomboy turned comedy writer who teaches at a college in Hollywood and writes for screen, print, and web.
Meagan McCrary is an L.A.-based yoga teacher with an adventurous spirit for romance, who has also written for a variety of local lifestyle magazines.
Natasha, Julie, and Meagan are all Los Angeles-dwelling Pisceans who met while earning their Master's degrees in creative writing from the University of Southern California. This is their first book.
Knew some of the information but my eyes were opened by some of the red flags. It was nice to see them numbered.Published 26 days ago by jhint loo
Helped me to realize the abusive relationship I was in and that I deserved more. This isn't the best book on the planet, but if you're desperate for answers and need to relate to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by singer22
This book was semi insulting at times. Some of the assumptions they put in here are kind of ridiculous. Read morePublished 3 months ago by kcairns
This could potentially help steer women away from a disastrous relationship. Good stuff to keep in the back of your mind while dating.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer