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Publisher's Summary

Andi Dorfman, breakout star of ABC's The Bachelorette and New York Times best-selling author of It's Not Okay, returns with this new collection of her adventures as a still-single gal surviving and thriving in New York City.

Sharing moments like finding her first New York apartment (the front door broke so she had to use the fire escape), her first dates on "celebrity Tinder" and finally, watching her ex-fiancé propose to another woman on Bachelor in Paradise, Andi Dorfman doesn't shy away from pulling back the curtain on the life of a reality star who's returned to reality.

Dorfman's supremely relatable personality has inspired incredible devotion from her fans, who follow her every move on social media. Filled with a mix of romantic mishaps, city adventures, and, of course, plenty of insider Bachelor details, Andi's new book is Sex and the City for the reality TV generation.

©2018 Andi Dorfman (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Shallow

Don’t waste your money. Borrow from a friend or the library. Shallow, disappointing and very annoying with the author as narrator. Sorry! I liked the first book.

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Entitled Whining disguised as SATC

Andi Dorfman loses all the kinship her readers felt in her first book. Complaining about #firstworldproblem scenarios most NYC transplants can’t even BEGIN to afford as if she’s some Everywoman and clearly just trying to turn herself into Carrie Bradshaw. She’s clearly a privileged princess who coasts by without anything relatable for her r

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You're a former Bachelorette, not a celebrity

Is there anything you would change about this book?

I gave this story 3 stars because some of the stories are interesting and it's an easy read. But I was so bothered by her attitude. She clearly thinks she is the coolest thing since sliced bread and it's a little ridiculous. She made herself sound very bratty, she compares it to Sex and the City and I think those girls were more humble than she makes herself sound.

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Fun, juicy, love andy!

Great, light book to listen to in the car! It felt like a great time talking to your girlfriends about your dating life

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More enjoyable than her first book

What did you like best about Single State of Mind? What did you like least?

Compared to Andi's first book (about overcoming heart break), I found her second book to be much more enjoyable. Finding / redefining yourself is something every person has done at some point in their lives, and Andi's fun and honest account allows readers / listeners to laugh and cry along with her ups and downs around moving to a new city for a new start. I thought her storytelling was much better in this book, and it had a nice flow.

What do you think your next listen will be?

I'm still deciding what my next listen will be, but I will say that I didn't read / listen to Andi's novels because I love Bachelor fan fiction. I actually just really like her and her style of storytelling. I'm sure, though, that fans of Bachelor Lit will eat it up.

What does Andi Dorfman bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I love Andi's raspy voice. I loved it when she was on TV, in her first book, and now again. It's raw and honest, just like her writing.

Do you think Single State of Mind needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

I don't think there needs to be a follow-up book, but I wouldn't mind seeing Andi write about some other topics now that she's covered heart break and dating.

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I loved it!

she was raw with her words and I loved it! very real feelings and truth behind her words.

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Loved it

Love both books of hers and hoping she keeps writing. This is my first audible and I love that she reads it, as it is her. Her story is great, and as a single person, I can relate to so many of her feelings.

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Love Andi and her books but really do you need to

You are such a bright, funny, beautiful woman and I love your books!

I listen to audio due to Lyme disesse I contracted 3 yrs ago which makes it hard for me to read much anymore. I love your wit, but do you really need to use the F word so much? It just demeans you! Maybe that's why the man thing an issue for you? No matter what men say they don't like women who swear like that, heck I don't even like men or women who swear every other word.

You are intelligent enough to use better vocabulary. I have asked many men over the years and they all have said the same thing!

I used to swear alot when I was in my late teens and 20's and my 7 year boyfriend used to say back to me when I did the most disgusting swear/sexual words you can think of and it cured me, he let me hear how I sounded. Do I ever swear? Sure, but very rarely and not the F word.

Men want a lady in the living room and you know what in the bedroom...at least any quality man and you deserve one! Forget the Josh's of this world I could have told you that the first 5 minutes I saw him. I am also surpised at your drinking level still...no judgment but you are now in your 30's and hearing you speak in this book I would categorize you as an alcoholic if you can me, Especially how many times you say you drink your wine right out of the bottle and it sounds like daily!

Again no judgment, I sure did my partying (including drugs, hippie era) in my day but around 27-28 thought this is a miserable exsistence, not to mention the hangovers, life is too short and you have such an incedible personality you don't need all that booze!

I hate seeing women who are so smart and pretty sound so self destructive!

I can't wait for your next book I want to hear husband and babies, you are my favorite bachelorette ever! Author too!

Sincerely, Pamela

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So good!

I’ve loved Andi since her days as a bachelorette. I feel a strong connection to her, mainly because I’m from Atlanta too. I love how raw and real she was with writing this book and listening to her narrate it was even better. (Like as if you got to “snoop” in her diary and hear her say her own words.)

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Real, Raw and Very Honest

Would you consider the audio edition of Single State of Mind to be better than the print version?

Yes, hearing the words from the author's mouth showed just how much pain, frustration and confusion the healing process was.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Single State of Mind?

I can't believe Andi had to deal with a guy who was flirting with another woman in front of her. Terrible blind and first date.

What about Andi Dorfman’s performance did you like?

The inflection in her voice, I felt like I was right there with Andi the whole time.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Having to realize that her life wasn't going according to plan and she would need to figure out living in a new city, making apartment repairs and being forced to have eggs retrieved/frozen!

Any additional comments?

Overall a great story all women can relate too!