In this candid and insightful new memoir, Kim Stolz discusses the trials and tribulations of our obsession with social media and mobile technology...a Tweet-worthy, share-worthy, Instagrammable look into our society and the lives we create online. "Harper's Bazaar"
An incisive, hilarious, and brutally honest chronicle of our obsessions with connectivity, by a self-proclaimed social media addict.
Breaking up used to be easy. You d sit down, air your grievances, shed some tears, then commiserate with your friends over a pint of ice cream. But then it was over. Your ex was history. And if you lived in a big enough city, chances are you d never bump into him or her again.
But the golden age of break-ups has come and gone. Today our exes, former friends, estranged relatives, and even that random person we met that one night in Vegas are just a thumb tap away, their lives playing out in an endless soap opera of status updates, selfies, Snapchats, and Tweets. The ways we interact with each other have changed forever. But our desire for human connection remains the same.
In "Unfriending My Ex," Kim Stolz shares her stories from the front lines of our emoji-laden, filter-heavy, ultra-connected world, capturing the hilarity and chaos of life both online and off. Whether you ve spent two hours clicking through a semi-stranger's vacation pictures or accidentally swiped right on a former flame, Kim Stolz is here to tell you you re not alone, you re not crazy, and she d like a few of those french fries that you Instagrammed at dinner. Smart, honest, and always relatable, "Unfriending My Ex "is a must read for anyone who likes to hold a book in one hand and their phone in the other.
About the Author
Kim Stolz is a former contest on "America's Next Top Model", MTV News anchor, and current director of equities derivative sales at Bank of America-Merrill Lynch. She is a graduate of the Brearley School and Wesleyan University. In 2012, she was named one of the 100 most compelling People of the Year by Out" magazine. She lives in New York City.