New Reviews for My Letter to Fear!

5star-shiny-webThe reviews are in from Readers’ Favorite, and they like me! Okay, they like “My Letter to Fear (Essays on Life, Love and the Search for Prince Charming),” and that’s not really me (except, if you’ve read the book, you know that I’m pretty much in the middle of it all).  If you want to read what they had to say head here.

4 comments on “New Reviews for My Letter to Fear!”

  1. Past college friend Reply

    Patty I found your website from Facebook. I admire you for being open about all of your fears, successes and hopes and dreams! I am sure that your right mate is around the corner. One crazy idea is that I wonder if you have thought about is changing your hair? You have had the same look ( to my knowledge) since Kenyon on McBride hall. I know many woman who as they have gone thru their 30’s and 40’s who have changed their look. This might get you out of a certain comfort zone and change your perspective? I suspect it would also change your feelings on how you present yourself and your sexiness and this may lead to more success in dating? I am certainly no relationship expert and could be completely wrong. I guess I am suggesting doing something different as an experiment to see if these changes affect you in a positive manner? Just a thought.

    Warmest regards!

    • KateDating Reply

      Ah, McBride Hall! I remember it well. I started doing the color/highlight thing a couple of years ago. I have fun with it, but the upkeep is costly so I don’t go too crazy these days. For me, I feel sexiest when I’m being creative. There’s something to it that works better than anything else. Thanks for reaching out!

  2. Past college friend Reply

    Patty I found your website from Facebook. I admire you for being open about all of your fears, successes and hopes and dreams! I am sure that your right mate is around the corner. One crazy idea is that I wonder if you have thought about is changing your hair? You have had the same look ( to my knowledge) since Kenyon on McBride hall. I know many woman who as they have gone thru their 30’s and 40’s who have changed their look. This might get you out of a certain comfort zone and change your perspective? I suspect it would also change your feelings on how you present yourself and your sexiness and this may lead to more success in dating? I am certainly no relationship expert and could be completely wrong. I guess I am suggesting doing something different as an experiment to see if these changes affect you in a positive manner? Just a thought.

    Warmest regards!

    • KateDating Reply

      Ah, McBride Hall! I remember it well. I started doing the color/highlight thing a couple of years ago. I have fun with it, but the upkeep is costly so I don’t go too crazy these days. For me, I feel sexiest when I’m being creative. There’s something to it that works better than anything else. Thanks for reaching out!

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