Arlene Schindler, born in Brooklyn, originated the comedy column for The New York Post, writing reviews and profiles of comedians appearing in New York City. It was the first of its kind in the country. She was also a relationship expert and guest guru for AOL's Love-on-Line, and a former writer and editor for the magazines WOMAN and Playgirl. Her writing has appeared in The Los Angeles Times, Daily Variety, Creative Screenwriting, and numerous other publications. Arlene's writing and performing focuses on women's secrets, disappointments and desires.
Currently she appears in Los Angeles performing segments from her books, a raucous romp through the hidden sex lives of today's "mature" woman.
The Last Place She'd Look
by Arlene Schindler
Can a woman find love and happiness after searching for it everywhere? In this humorous novel, a self-help writer anxiously faces a milestone birthday by compulsively searching for a serious relationship. From day spas to dominatrix dungeons, wacky encounters with cheaters, narcissists, and a college fantasy via Facebook, she...
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