The Single Girl’s Guide

  • Imprint: Summersdale
  • Format: Ebook
  • Pages: 192
  • Price: £6.99
  • Publication date: 1 April 2013
  • ISBN: 9780857658838

About the book

The UK and international success story that is The Single Girl’s Guide is now back with a new and updated edition. This non-fiction guide is the perfect companion for the fabulously free female who wants to start managing her life and loving the results. Packed with anecdotes and advice on handling bosses, friends and family, as well as distractions of the male and mobile variety, The Single Girl’s Guide will help you embrace singledom and perfect the art of getting others to do things your way.

About the author

Imogen Lloyd Webber is a born and bred Brit who now lives in NYC where she is an on air political contributor for MSNBC, featuring on The Dylan Ratigan Show and across the network. Prior to this she was a "liberal" pundit for the Fox News and Fox Business Networks, appearing on programmes including The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity and Imus. Educated at Cambridge University, where she read history and labelled a "petite polymath" by the New York Post, Imogen has also been a special correspondent for EXTRA and a recurrent contributor on HLN's Showbiz Tonight. Other US radio and TV appearances include Access Hollywood (NBC), Good Morning America (ABC), The Morning Show (Fox) and assorted shows across the Sirius radio network.


'a laugh a minute, pick it up when you're down and you'll be smiling in no time. What a tonic!'

Cilla Black

'Her advice will help other single women make the most of

unattached living'

The Daily Express

'London's answer to Carry Bradshaw...Imogen [is] the ideal role model to dispense advice on how to be single'


'a wry, witty look at the predicament of the modern woman and a useful aide to surviving the single state'

The Sunday Times

'Somewhere between Jilly Cooper and Sigmund Freud, the book is a lively, provocative presentation of a single girl's life'


'a must-read for all those ...fed up waiting for Mr Right'

Daily Record

'creative ways to manage every aspect of your life ...wonderfully irreverent ... wit and wisdom ... dozens of anecdotes'

Scotsman Magazine

'Imogen Lloyd Webber knows more than most about relationships. Her

book [offers] help and advice for singletons.'

Woman's Own

The fact the book talks about singledom in relation to family, career and friends is truly refreshing.