New York, NY, April 11, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Award-winning comedy author, Maura Stone, publishes a satire on dating and relationships with a salacious title, Men, eDating and Mast*****ion on smashwords.
The original title included the full spelling of the "M" word. That caused such a controversy that all promotions, notifications and press packages fell into a virtual black hole. Succumbing to the public horror of the "M" word, the author and graphics team eliminated the entire word. Instead, they replaced several letters with five stars, "in homage to my first novel that won a national book award," said Ms. Stone.
"I don't write pornography, I write comedy for adults," Ms. Stone emphatically stated. Written for adults about adult interactions online, Men, eDating and Mast*****ion is not only a ROFLOL guide for women seeking romance on the internet, but a satire of a best-selling dating book. Only this time, the punchline is much more effective.
"All joking aside, if women want to go out on a real-world date, they're going to have to realize what kinds of men are on these dating sites," said Ms. Stone. "And Men, eDating and Mast*****ion will not only open their eyes, but may save them from wasting their time and further disappointment."
Men, eDating and Mast*****ion is the kick-off book for the five-part series under the umbrella of "eDating Advice from the Bubbameistah."
"I patterned the Bubbameistah after my mom - she was a pithy, down-to-earth woman, no holds barred," informed Ms. Stone, "and dispensed the best advice while making you laugh."
Don't let the title fool you. Men, eDating and Mast*****ion is informative and funny. Witty and sassy. And doles out terrific advice.