MIAMI, Fla. /Florida Newswire/ — Available now from Hypothesis Publishing Company is the first-ever next generation dating book, "Lion Taming: How Busy Professional Women Avoid the Seven Most Disappointing Suitors and Date Higher," by Corey Weiner.
"Too many women settle. Roughly 90 percent of the dating pool for women in their thirties and beyond is a disappointment to say the least. Being attractive, successful and knowing it – can be lonely," says Weiner.
"Lion Taming" is available in eReader and Kindle format via popular retailers including Amazon, Barnes and Noble Booksellers and iTunes with special programs for book clubs nationally beginning in July. In store for readers is a concise, info-packed read encouraging women to discriminate – politely that is – in their romantic lives without changing a thing about themselves or manipulating others.
Part socio-economics, part Freudian psychology is "Lion Taming."
"Remember: I'm not a life coach, palm reader, Greek philosopher or Doctor Ruth," says the author. "But readers will instinctively sense who is great, who is potentially great and which lions to avoid like quicksand within a few pages."
"To notice details," he continues, "so they – Lion Taming readers – can spend more time with the right fit and avoid the rest if they so choose."
Readers, book clubs and singles groups should participate in the upcoming "contest for the funniest dating disaster story" at http://facebook.com/liontaming and watch the video trailer at http://goodreads.com/liontaming .
About the Author:
Corey Weiner penned Lion Taming because too many women settle. And he resents it. He also ceases to subscribe to conventional wisdom on the subject. It usually disappoints.
Corey grew up among wildcats in a metaphoric jungle that is South Florida; a choppy terrain where "Dating Darwinism" reigns supreme and single status has its inherent challenges. He is degreed in political affairs, loves talking economics and is a published lifestyle writer and former fashion model who has appeared in Men's Health. He lives in Los Angeles, Houston and South Florida.