That's because of her five-month-old relationship with TV and digital media reporter, Brian Stelter. bedtime, and tag along with the dating columnist and her boyfriend on their Valentine's Day date.While the two tweet at each other all day long in front of their combined 114,835 followers, here they come clean and reveal that they are, in fact, a couple. That peps the protagonist right up and sets her off on a dating marathon.Shupak says she was initially worried there was too much sex in “Transit Girl” (out as an e-book by Polis Books on Nov.
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“I don’t want to back myself into a corner and have you use only one part of a quote,” says Shupak, “but sex isn’t a bad thing.” Guiliana, Shupak’s alter ego in the book, certainly agrees, and sleeps with one guy after another to put distance between herself and her ex-fiancé, who was cheating on her with his assistant. When police track her down, the petite beauty tackles a cop.
After Guiliana finds out, she moves out, leaving her engagement ring, and everything else, behind. “I turn back to the officer and jump on him like a linebacker sacking a quarterback,” Shupak writes.
19), but book editors liked it and encouraged her to add even more.
After all, this is the story of a young woman who is single for the first time in her adult life and has some exploration to do.