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Publisher's Summary

Shani Silver is not an advocate for singlehood. She’s an advocate for single women feeling good while single - and there’s a difference. 

A Single Revolution is one book for single women that won’t approach you like you’re unfinished. It’s for those who are exhausted, frustrated, confused, or angry - who want relationships but don’t deserve to be miserable in the meantime. 

A grueling dating grind isn’t a prerequisite for partnership. You can be happily single and still meet someone - that’s allowed. It’s possible to value your single time so much that you refuse to give it up for anything less than the amazing relationships you deserve. It’s also possible to stop searching for them so relentlessly that you ignore every other aspect of your valid, beautiful life. This isn’t a book about dating. It’s a book about living. 

You can choose how you feel about being single. You can choose to feel wrong, or you can choose to feel free. A Single Revolution isn’t about changing yourself - it’s about changing your mind.

©2021 Shani Silver (P)2022 Shani Silver

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Perspective changer

This book was worth every minute. I changed my perspective and has given me a new appreciation for being single.

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An ode to self-worth

I've enjoyed Shani's podcast and her Medium essays, so was eager to read her first book. I must say, it definitely didn't disappoint! The book celebrates female single hood as a time of joy and made me question my internalized need to end it so my life would feel complete. I'm just sad Shani didn't narrate her own book as I find her voice lovely and expressive.

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Buenas ideas para habitar la soltería mientras llega la persona adecuada

Me encanta que no aboga a favor de la soltería como si fuera una opción mejor a la de la vida en pareja.
Brinda ideas prácticas para cambiar la mentalidad propia.

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You will be heard

A fast-growing number of us are living happily independent and alone, yet we continue to be ostracized and stigmatized by mainstream societal standards for not settling for any romantic relationship just to fit in. Most of us work hard and contribute positively to our communities, yet we are seen as unworthy and treated like we aren’t equals, or “fully grown adults”, simply as a result of being single. Nobody knows the plight of a single woman better than a woman who has lived it for years and years. Shani is that woman. She has been able to verbalize the mostly silent issues we face, including the constant discrimination embedded in our language and culture, along with the double standards heterosexual women face in the dating world. Shani is brave, brutally honest, and eloquent. The main message is that contrary to this traditional mainstream mentality, we aren’t wrong or lesser than for being single. This is something we have been internalizing, and we need to examine its roots. Shani uses her experiences to connect to her reader and so many of her experiences are our shared experience. The second half of the book provides suggestions for how to live your best life as a single person right now. This humorous and fun read brings to the surface some very important issues and the only way to resolve them is to make them visible, discuss them, educate the couple-normative world, and to deny the status quo. Shani does that successfully.

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Great Book

I really enjoyed this book and I looked forward to beginning my mornings with a new chapter.

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  • 08-29-22

A must for all single women

Really enjoyed this book. After 3 years of single life following divorce I was in a hole of negative thoughts about my single life. Great advice about dating, apps, reframing and loving single life.

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Such an important book

I rarely write reviews but I needed to write this one cos this book is really important for single women to read. The author is so articulate in how she describes the thought patterns of single women, the broken dating swiping culture that’s helping few and the self limiting beliefs single women carry that they may not even be aware of. Get this book- you won’t regret it. It’s the mindshift we all need.