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In case you missed it, Coffee Dates From Hell by Jim Tillberry takes a humorous look at one aspect of single life — the coffee date.
Summary of Coffee Dates From Hell:
“When two single people meet for the first time, they often arrange a “coffee date.” Coffee Dates From Hell is a humorous fictional account of several very bad coffee dates. Many of these dates are disasters from the beginning. Others are destined to be train wrecks if the two people ever see each other again. The coffee dates include several famous people such as Abraham Lincoln, Albert Einstein, and J. Edgar Hoover. You’ll also meet a range of colorful characters including a psychic, a cross dresser, and even a cannibal. The coffee dates include many funny twists and surprises. The humor is often silly, irreverent, and politically incorrect.”
A: I’ve been single a long time and have had my share of bad dates. So I was interested in writing about horrible dates. There have been many books, TV shows, and movies about “dates from hell,” so I took that concept and limited the dates to coffee dates. It’s an ironic title because even when coffee dates are bad, they’re usually pretty short and harmless. By making the book fictional instead of autobiographical I opened it up to more possibilities including historical figures.
Q: You mention 10 things never to do on a coffee date, how many of those things have you actually done? Or experienced?
Q: If readers like Coffee Dates From Hell, do you have other books they can read?
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