MADISON, Conn., March 28, 2018 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Author and Entrepreneur Laura J. Wellington will be giving a TEDx talk at TEDxWilmingtonLive this April.  The focus of her talk, called «What’s She Got That I Don’t?», will arise directly from her newly released and widely popular dating book «What To Do When Jane Knows DICK About Dating.»

Trending across college and university campuses in the United States and internationally, the book is appealing to single women ages 18-80, providing clarity where clarity is overdue. Single women, single mothers and single grandmoms are equally as embracing of the book, wrestling with the challenges of balancing the realities of life with effectively dating in this difficult dating climate. 

Recently, men jumped in to share their applause for «What To Do When Jane Knows DICK About Dating» as well. Saliek Ruffin of The Good Men Project wrote a stellar review of the book that sums up just how well Author Laura J. Wellington understands the way men think. Quoted here: 

‘What To Do When Jane Knows Dick About Dating’ is, in fact, an insightful and helpful guide for women about dating men. I must say, I am impressed. I’m most impressed with the amount of knowledge of men Laura has…..»

You can read the full article HERE.

Author Laura J. Wellington states, «I am thrilled that the book is speaking to so many in the way it was intended and am excited to speak at TEDxWilmingtonLive. It is such an honor. We’ve seen the results of the disempowered woman when it comes to the male-female relationship. I believe this book is my way of helping change that.»    

TEDxWilmingtonLive will be held on April 28, 2018, between 8am and 5pm at Wilmington Friends School, 101 School Road, Wilmington, Delaware 19803.

To arrange an interview with Author Laura J. Wellington, contact Devon Brown, Post Hill Press, [email protected], 6152614646 x104 or [email protected]

Media Contact: Devon Brown, Post Hill Press, 6152614646 x104, [email protected]

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