Another time, a Williamsburg dweller said he hadn’t heard of the award-winning novel Over drinks, while my date launched into an impassioned speech about Cormac Mc Carthy, I made some shrewd calculations: Mc Carthy hadn't come out with a book recently, right?
Was it possible that his last novel was released in 2005?
Sure, I read about the trend of men starting their own book clubs, but I'm talking about female writers in particular.
Once, an architect, during a lunch-break date in Midtown one sunny afternoon, told me he doesn’t read anything written in the last century.
A little night time looking for some #motivation #reading…Most people fail to realize that reading is the first step to getting better at anything you want in life.In fact, reading a book was the first real action I took on my path to becoming better with women.#andwild #hotdudesreading A post shared by Hot Dudes Reading (@hotdudesreading) on The same is true for women as well but naturally, they only receive a miserable 3% more messages when they list their top titles. But there’s also a kind of literary hierarchy of attractiveness when it comes to books you list on your dating profile.A new study by e Harmony has found which books make you more attractive to potential partners online (looking only at data from heterosexuals). But if you’re a bloke, the book that’s most likely to land you a date is by Richard Branson (?!?! ‘Screw it, Let’s Do it’ and ‘Like a Virgin: Secrets they don’t teach you at business school’ are almost failsafe ways of getting women to message you.