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Becoming a Woman of the Finest Class: A Guide to Class and Refinement Paperback – July 22, 2011
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About the Author
Eunice is an aspiring writer and editor of several websites. She does what she loves everyday and pursues a life of refinement, quality and education. She enjoys meeting people from all walks of life and thoroughly enjoys learning about their culture. When she is not working on projects, she spends time with her family and friends.
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I'm not a fan of the author's site anyway so that should have been a warning sign, but I didn't listen to my instinct: I went ahead and purchased the book.
To be honest, it's like Eunice sloppily took her articles from her site and threw them together without any editing.
The grammatical errors in this book are atrocious. Some people are complaining that she didn't use a professional editor. To be honest, these mistakes are so obvious that she would have caught them had she bothered to read over her draft just once.
There are many better books/sites out there if you'd like to learn elegance. Eunice seems like a very nice lady and I applaud her intentions (making the world a better place), but I just don't think she's the right person to go to when you need expertise. Elegance isn't about designer brands, yet she uses Chanel advertisements to illustrate her articles. She claims that her husband is one of the only true gentlemen left in the world - her husband posted a photo of himself on his Facebook imitating sexual intercourse with his hands while standing underneath a sign that says, "Little Parts, Big Difference". If she's an expert and claims that her husband is one of the only true gentlemen in the world, then I predict a very dismal future for gentlemen.
There are many other books out there if you want to achieve elegance. However, to be fair, I hear much better things about Eunice's newer book, "Secrets of Elegance." I think that she got a professional editor to clean up her careless mistakes. I would give that one a chance. I'm ordering it this weekend and I'm going to read it with an open mind, hoping that it is much better than this one. Everyone deserves a second chance, but I just don't think that THIS book does.