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Publisher's Summary

For the serious ladies' man or enthusiastic beginner, How to Meet Women in Public helps you find women, talk to them easily - and get them interested in you! An inspiring and effective guide to get you out from behind the computer and get you want you want most.

Topics include how to think of something to say, how to succeed with the most beautiful women, shyness, and the ultimate approach.

It's more than just a book on how to pick up women. It is the most insightful and comprehensive book ever written on the subject of meeting prospective mates in public. Backed by proven methods and research - from the ancient Romans to modern professional journals - this book will attract her into your life at last.

Enjoy these techniques because they work - and they're a lot of fun too!

©2012, 2013, 2014 Dunton Publishing (P)2014 Dunton Publishing

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real, down to earth, lots of examples

However unrealistic examples seemed, I could relate to the situations. Felt enlightening. better than many other similar books.

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Targeted to younger men.

What would have made How to Meet Women in Public better?

Gear the book toward older men, 30-40ish men.

Would you ever listen to anything by James Morland again?

Not sure, depending on audience the book is made for.

What didn’t you like about Don Sobczak’s performance?

Yes, Don did great.

Any additional comments?

I felt that this book is geared toward younger men who are less experienced.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful