New York, NY, January 23, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Cheek’d, the unique dating and social network website, is featured in the new book “Internet Dating 101: It’s Complicated, But It Doesn’t Have To Be” written by Laura Schreffler and published by New Chapter Press.
“Cheek’d (www.cheekd.com) is a game changer; a site that professes to be ‘online dating, reversed,’” writes Schreffler in the book in the section discussing dating websites. “Signing up goes like this: You purchase a deck of cards from the site, on which are written clever, sarcastic phrases like, ‘Act natural. We can get awkward later’ or ‘Don’t over think this.’ The idea behind the deck is to slip an attractive stranger the card, which will have a code on the back, which leads to a privacy protected online profile. If the receiver is intrigued, he or she can log their code online and send you a message without ever giving any personal information away.”
“Internet Dating 101: It’s Complicated . . . But It Doesn’t Have To Be” ($19.95, New Chapter Press, available here on Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Internet-Dating-101-Relationship-ebook/dp/B00A6J9JIE/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1352946473&sr=1-1&keywords=internet+dating+101) includes summaries and reviews and anecdotes from on-line dates of all of the on-line dating sites. Schreffler also discusses protocol with email as well as Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare and an extensive section on what to write and what not to write your on-line dating profile, including tips on the type of photos to post – and not post. Schreffler also includes sections in the book on the dangers of social media and dating and information on extramarital affairs and how to tell if your partner is cheating.
“Internet Dating 101: Its Complicated…But It Doesn’t Have To Be” is an all-encompassing guide for those wanting to use social media and the internet to look for and maintain love in the digital age. The book is a humorous yet helpful book that navigates the ins and outs of Facebook, Twitter, online dating sites, e-mail, Foursquare, and more. Filled with testimonials from men and women, the relationship reference also includes information on what should and shouldn’t be posted on Facebook, appropriate times to tweet photos, the best and worst dating websites and situations in which it’s best to send an e-mail, pick up the phone, or simply chat in person. Arming people with the tools necessary to attract the mate they really want, Internet Dating 101 helps readers find out what their love interests are really like based on what they are—or aren’t—saying, posting, tweeting, or e-mailing.
Founded in 1987, New Chapter Press (www.NewChapterMedia.com) is also the publisher of "Roger Federer: Quest for Perfection" by Rene Stauffer (www.RogerFedererBook.com), "The Bud Collins History of Tennis" by Bud Collins, "The Education of a Tennis Player" by Rod Laver with Bud Collins, “The Greatest Tennis Matches of All Time” by Steve Flink, "The Wimbledon Final That Never Was" by Sidney Wood, "Acing Depression: A Tennis Champion's Toughest Match" by Cliff Richey and Hilaire Richey Kallendorf (www.CliffRicheyBook.com), "Titanic: The Tennis Story" by Lindsay Gibbs, "A Backhanded Gift,” a novel by Marshall Fisher, Jan Kodes: A Journey To Glory From Behind The Iron Curtain" by Jan Kodes with Peter Kolar, "Tennis Made Easy" by Kelly Gunterman, "On This Day In Tennis History" by Randy Walker (www.TennisHistoryBook.com), "A Player's Guide To USTA League Tennis" by Tony Serksnis, "Boycott: Stolen Dreams of the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games" by Tom Caraccioli and Jerry Caraccioli (www.Boycott1980.com), "The Lennon Prophecy" by Joe Niezgoda (www.TheLennonProphecy.com), "Bone Appetit, Gourmet Cooking For Your Dog" by Susan Anson, "How To Sell Your Screenplay" by Carl Sautter, "The Rules of Neighborhood Poker According To Hoyle" by Stewart Wolpin, "People's Choice Guide Cancun" by Eric Rabinowitz, "Lessons from the Wild" by Shayamal Vallabhje among others.
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