‘Bye Adele’ by Ophelia

A candid, comedic repertoire of online dating for the 30-something-year-old single woman…in all of its glory and calamity. Centered on the real-life experiences of a mid-30’s divorcée offers this bitingly raw – and utterly pathetic – account of what starting over really looks like in this new virtual world of dot-com dating…a world in which everybody is somebody looking for something with connections made under the guise of cocky alphanumeric codenames, half-witted pick-up lines, indecipherable Internet slang, and blurred reflections of bathroom-mirror selfies. 
Behind the deceit, the debauchery and the douchebaggery, lies a young woman’s meandering quest to find that special someone in this age where romance and courtship live and die on the barren swipelands of Tinder, Match and any one of the unreasonable number of dating apps she currently has downloaded on her iPhone. 
In her valiant and woeful attempt to embrace the reality of a new era – one in which the proverbial sea has become overpopulated by way, way too many fish – this book serves as the fisherwoman’s almanac for the online century. Swipe right if you’d ‘like’ to see more…

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