I’m so very excited to introduce you to Jean-Paul Noel-Cephise, author of 7 Deadly Dates. Tonight we will be doing a joint Facebook Live to talk about dating in the digital world and why his dates were so “deadly”.
London based, Jean-Paul, international business lecturer and former accountant, turned his talents to several professions before flourishing as a writer.
Although he has written articles for various publications over the years, his first published book captures the dangerous, the amusing and at times totally bizarre encounters when dating online. For a taste of what’s in store and to order 7 Deadly Dates visit Amazon.com
A true story of one man’s online search for love that only the Devil himself could have had a hand in…
JP is the UK’s answer to Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw…if Carrie Bradshaw was a bloke and lived in Croydon.
Ready to find love again following a divorce, like thousands of other singles, he decided to give online dating a try. But rather than finding his Happy Ever After, the move led to a series of disastrous encounters, during which each of his promising matches committed one of the 7 Deadly Dating Sins: Gluttony, Lust, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Pride and Envy.
JP’s rollercoaster search for romance took him to the heart of Istanbul’s criminal underbelly…and Bromley South’s station car park. At times he found himself giving in to his dates’ feminine wiles, at other times he feared for his own safety.
A novel packed with dating advice to help other hopeful singles avoid their own Deadly Dates, this book will strike a chord with anyone who has dipped a toe into the online dating pool.
As JP learned the hard way, the profile you fall for on screen is rarely anything like the person you meet in reality.
Jean-Paul has been featured on BBC Radio Solent , Croydon Advertiser, The Andover Advertiser, Mi-Soul Radio, Daily Mail UK, and Channel 4 .
Jean-Paul will graciously be writing us a future article here on AngieGreaves.com that you won’t want to miss!
This book is SO interesting and I can’t wait to talk to Jean-Paul about it with you tonight on my Facebook page. Won’t you join us?