Single That: Dispelling the Top 10 Myths of the Single Woman received critical acclaim in a book review from prominent literary magazine Publishers Weekly. Author Acamea Deadwiler released Single That on September 26, 2019. The book offers readers an inside look at women and dating to help expose toxic ideas on the subject.
Publishers Weekly, considered “the bible of the book business,” references Single That as advocating for single women. According to the publication, “By exposing the double standard of expectations for men and women when it comes to love and family, Deadwiler drives home the point that women can, in fact, be happy and single. She deconstructs expectations of traditional gender roles and heteronormative motives that lead to such myths as that single women are desperate, lonely, jealous, high maintenance, or hard to love.”
Deadwiler provides suggestions for changing the way we think about and engage single individuals. Eliminating judgments based on a woman’s relationship status is a recurring theme throughout Single That. The author emphasizes avoiding negative assumptions as one of the most necessary personal adjustments.
“Single readers will find wise advice and many great examples of how contentment can be a solo act in Deadwiler’s empowering testament,” said Publishers Weekly in its review of Single That.
Single That has achieved #1 bestseller status on Amazon and continues to receive editorial praise. This is Deadwiler’s latest work and third full-length book. Available from all major online booksellers.
Acamea Deadwiler is an accomplished writer who has appeared on the FOX television network talk show, MORE and featured in the New York Post. She is the critically acclaimed author of Single That: Dispelling the Top 10 Myths of the Single Woman. Deadwiler is also an event speaker residing in Las Vegas, NV. Learn more at acameadeadwiler.com.