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Everything I Know About Love: A Memoir Reading This Book Is Like Coming Home From A Bad Date And Finding The Person Who Knows You Best In The World Sitting On Your Couch, Ready To Pour You A Glass Of Wine And Give You A Hug Kristen Roupenian, Author Of Cat PersonThe Wildly Funny, Occasionally Heartbreaking Internationally Bestselling Memoir About Growing Up, Growing Older, And Learning To Navigate Friendships, Jobs, Loss, And Love Along The RideWhen It Comes To The Trials And Triumphs Of Becoming An Adult, Journalist And Former Sunday Times Columnist Dolly Alderton Has Seen And Tried It All In Her Memoir, She Vividly Recounts Falling In Love, Finding A Job, Getting Drunk, Getting Dumped, Realizing That Ivan From The Corner Shop Might Just Be The Only Reliable Man In Her Life, And That Absolutely No One Can Ever Compare To Her Best Girlfriends Everything I Know About Love Is About Bad Dates, Good Friends And Above All Else Realizing That You Are EnoughGlittering With Wit And Insight, Heart And Humor, Dolly Alderton S Unforgettable Debut Weaves Together Personal Stories, Satirical Observations, A Series Of Lists, Recipes, And Other Vignettes That Will Strike A Chord Of Recognition With Women Of Every Age Making You Want To Pick Up The Phone And Tell Your Best Friends All About It Like Bridget Jones Diary But All True, Everything I Know About Love Is About The Struggles Of Early Adulthood In All Its Terrifying And Hopeful Uncertainty


About the Author: Dolly Alderton

Dolly Alderton is a old journalist, writer and director who indulges in writing about herself in the third person when the medium calls for it She then likes to read it back in a low, warm, velvety Scottish accent to imagine what it would be like to have Kirsty Young introduce her as a castaway on Desert Island Discs She is reluctant to reveal too muchabout her fantasy episode as she still, perhaps foolishly, holds out hope that one day she will be asked on the show and wouldn t want to spoil the surprise for everyone What she will tell you is her choices would include records by John Martyn, The Rolling Stones and Frank Sinatra always adds a nice note of elegant nostalgia and her luxury item would be a bed But that s all you re getting She is an award winning journalist sic who has written for The Sunday Times, The Sunday Times Style, The Telegraph, GQ, Red, Marie Claire, Marie Claire Australia, Grazia, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Stylist, ES Magazine, The Evening Standard, House Magazine, Spectator, The Kentish Towner, The Pool, Man Repeller, Vice, Esquire Weekly, GQ.co.uk, Elle.co.uk and The Debrief.



10 thoughts on “Everything I Know About Love: A Memoir

  1. says:

    Ladies and gentlemen, I have met my new personal hero I started reading this book and immediately felt like I was cushioned perfectly in cotton wool and marshmallows, covered in fluffy blankets with cherubs singing to me and playing with my hair.In other words this


  2. says:

    Loooooved it I m a bit embarassed to admit that I hardly knew who Dolly Adlerton was before reading this book, but after finishing Everything I Know About Love, I m now a massive fan Dolly took me on a journey through love, friendship, heartache and anxiety that was relata


  3. says:

    Bloody hell, pals This book is sweet and silly, smart and serious I would highly recommend I don t read an awful lot of auto biographical stuff but I knew of Dolly already, through her PanDolly and High Low podcasts with Pandora Sykes and her amusing dating column in the Sunday T


  4. says:

    2.5 rounded downI m on the fence with this one it was light and very readable even while discussing some heavier topics and I enjoyed the early 00s nostalgia trip for a bit yes, we all remember MSN messenger , but overall this felt bloated, self indulgent and could have been 100 pages s


  5. says:

    WELL I was expecting to like this and thought it would the perfect light summer read What I actually got was the diary of a someone who came across as the epitome of privilege and entitlement I don t want to be too mean spirited, but the majority of the book was the author simply regaling us w


  6. says:

    Hey world, it s the girl who has spent the last two days glued to the pages of this book It s not like I didn t know who Dolly Alderton was before, I didn t even know she was somebody you could know When I received an advanced reader s copy of this from NetGalley, a quick google search put me right.T


  7. says:

    I saw this book everywhere It sat on my shelf for months because I wasn t quite sure what it was, and then I skimmed the first few pages and ended up reading the whole thing within 24 hours It s funny and sad, and hopeful and realistic It has a bit of Louise Rennison about it in the best way Sobbed big chun


  8. says:

    I listened to Everything I Know About Love on audiobook, mostly during my commute This was good and bad good because I hate to not finish books and there s no way I would ve finished this if I had to dedicate 100% of my attention to it, as opposed to listening whilst travelling, cleaning etc However, the bad was t


  9. says:

    I enjoyed it at the start for nostalgia reasons yes, I remember the modern sound I remember chatting on MSN But after a while, I found it quite repetitive, both of itself here s another drunk story that I m officially telling in a disapproving tone but really I m quite impressed with how mad and fun I am and just of load


  10. says:

    This book has taught me a shocking amount about empathy.Most people who read this I m sure will find themselves in every other page and will marvel at how familiar Dolly s stories and feelings feel.For me, I kept thinking every couple of pages how much unlike Dolly I am as a person, and how different my problems and mishaps and


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