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About Zoe

About?! Me?! Well, if you insist. I am a journalist living in London and have written a (brilliant) book about men that was published this summer: What The Hell Is He Thinking? (Penguin, Fig Tree). I am the Lifestyle Editor of City AM (distribution of 100,000 per day; but what I put in here is the kind of stuff that crosses my mind and feels poignant and relevant without being necessarily newspaper-worthy. Much of it pertains to dating and its pitfalls and oddities. It’s for Londoners, but not exclusively. Women of the world – and the odd man of the world- should find something tor relate to. It’s thought-for-the-day style. For now. Watch this space. Suggestions welcome.

5 Comments leave one →
  1. May 5, 2010 3:30 pm

    Nice just read one of your entries and now the about you, nice to see someone blogging to high level about well what they really want to say and with a level of honesty you just don’t quite find online which is strange since there should still be this kind of virtual anonymity.

  2. nadia dawson permalink
    November 2, 2010 5:51 pm

    you are so bloody funny – love the Cannes fashion dis x

  3. December 4, 2010 6:52 pm

    Hi Zoe,

    Just wanted to say I read your book pretty much in one day and had a great laugh. Of course I did get depressed at some pages because well… I am a girl. But I did get a lot of questions answered.

    Reviewed your book on my relationships blog and if you ever want to check it out, it is here:

    Best of luck in the single life and your next books,
    Pinar 🙂

  4. Meredith Crocker permalink
    December 28, 2010 6:19 pm

    Hi, I just read your book, it was amazing. Cleared some stuff up for me, though well there are still some nagging bits. I’m dealing with a situation a bit different than some of the stuff in your book, so I’m still a bit confused.

  5. Meredith Crocker permalink
    December 28, 2010 6:25 pm

    I just read your book. It cleared up somethings for me. Especially men vs intelligent women. I’m still trying to sort out an odd situation that doesn’t quite fit with some of the stories in your book, so if you want something to ponder.

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