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Chelsea Lately meets HBO's Girls in this hilarious quest about navigating the murky waters of dating in and around New York City that any woman in her 20s, 30s or 40s (New Yorker or t) will identify with. Meet Lana, a Russian American New York City girl who's never had a real relationship. On her 28th birthday, she decides to trim the fat (and excess hair) from her life and becoming more serious about dating. She joins Match.com and begins her misadventures and along the way she meets many, many, many men from all over the world. Through love, heart-ache, lust, hate, passion, revenge, plenty of humor and come-to-Jesus moments, she finds something she didn't kw she was looking for. The Russian Drop is also part modern dating manual with razor-sharp wit and tips on falling in love in the big city such as: -Ugly-up your online profile picture so that when your date meets you, he'll be relieved and grateful. -How do you kw you've had good sex? A urinary tract infection. -Republicans for sex, democrats for marriage The perfect read for the beach, your commute, or feeling better about yourself that you got married young and missed out on all the fun of dating.
The Russian Drop which is based on her popular blog Dating Diary New York City is Vicky Kuperman's first novel. Vicky is an author, comedian and netflix streamer living in New York City. Alternately described as fierce, fearless and ferociously funny, Vicky has performed at countless clubs, theaters and festivals nationwide. When she is not performing live, Vicky is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post, where her columns skewer the absurdities of everything from weddings to work to politics. In 2009, she and fellow comedian Kendra Cunningham founded Malarkey Pictures, for which they write, direct and star in short films that appear across the Internet, notably on Funny or Die. She has been featured on The Maxim Comedy Showcase, on NickMom TV, Sirius Satellite Radio & Comcast and was presented by late comedy legend David Brenner on several shows as part of his tour David Brenner Presents: Comedy Stars of Tomorrow. In 2012, she launched her own line of e-greetings with Off the Boat Greetings.