Atlanta, GA, March 07, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- You’re a reasonably successful single man, with a fairly good job, a few notable accomplishments and what you perceive as no problem ‘getting the ladies.’ But can you accurately describe yourself as a Top Choice Bachelor? If unsure, a new book called The 12-Month Guide For Becoming A Top Choice Bachelor will provide tips and practical advice that will help you evolve into a man that is wanted by all, hated by many and selective of a few.
A quick read, designed to grab and keep the attention of the reader, The 12 Month-Guide is sure to educate some and offend others as it uniquely aids single men with deciphering the so-called psyche of African-American women and providing anecdotes, mantras and expert advice for maintaining control and remaining successful in a variety of dating scenarios.
The book begins by describing what the authors view as the eight different types of black women and introduces them by stating: “Sistas are professionals at using the arts of manipulation, reverse psychology, and seduction...When hunting big game black women, it is crucial to know the various types and which you plan to go after.” Among others, the authors describe ‘The Power Broker,’ a woman who is smart and very successful, but constantly craves validation and is extremely needy and ‘The Sweetness of the Ghetto,’ a woman with a love for malt liquors and tattoos that has been known to go to jail for foolishness on occasion. Each chapter then addresses various aspects of dating including: managing finances, dating women with children, the importance of captivating conversation, refining your personal style, becoming well-versed in art, politics and local social activities and when to bow out gracefully from a relationship when things go array.
The 12-Month Guide was written by the members of The Coalition, an amalgamation of single and married ultra-successful males whose expertise is a result of years of interaction with the opposite sex combined with psychological and sociological principles studied during the acquisition of advanced degrees. Though other members of The Coalition have elected to remain anonymous, members July Jones and Monty Sharpe are thrilled to divulge information to help individuals go from being “a man” to “the man.”
“We knew that writing this book was a risk because the content is a little shocking to some and may be offensive to others who don’t understand its purpose,” explained co-author July Jones. “This book is intended to be a guide to assist men in navigating the dating landscape and the potential variables that may present themselves.”
“Some women will have mixed emotions about our philosophies, but the techniques recommended in The 12-Month Guide are based largely on some of the beliefs and behaviors that many black women will never admit to,” said co-author Monty Sharpe.
“The only way to effectively assist our readers was to take an honest look at relationships in our community, so if a woman happens to be who we’d describe in the book as ‘Beggin’ Bonita’ or ‘The Unmentionables,’ it may be time for her to examine her dating philosophies and practices!”
With quotes like “Black women are emotional and vivid storytellers, so let them do it. Hell, even ask questions and act shocked during conversations,” or “Make your woman be in ‘competition mode’ sometimes. Remember, no woman wants a man that other women don’t.” or “Remember, throwing money at a black woman is like throwing water on a grease fire; it will only worsen the situation,” The 12-Month Guide is sure to evoke emotion and lively discussion about romantic relationships in the African-American community.
Through their website, www.myspace.com/thecoalition2 , the book’s authors and other Coalition members will serve as guest bloggers, available to provide more in-depth information about the book’s mantras, to address questions from readers and to engage in intellectual dialogue.
For more information about The 12-Month Guide for Becoming A Top Choice Bachelor or to interview or book the authors, please contact M320 Consulting at email@example.com or (678) 499-2800.