the last two were bewildering: tarot cards and a hypnosis kit..." "Tales from My Hard Drive" is a romantic comedy that follows Melissa, a forty-year-old writer who moves from the suburbs of Los Angeles to New York City after finding her husband doing naked yoga-type maneuvers with another woman. Three of the five things he couldn't live without were painfully obvious..." January Magazine January Magazine describes "Tales From My Hard Drive" as "fun, fresh and absolutely current!" Frothy Girlz reviews "Tales From My Hard Drive" and says "Ms.Karasch nails what it’s like to date online; the uncertainty of whom you might find while wading through the pool of hundreds of online profiles that all look and read the same.Her dating columns are the best part of the book if you ask me; funny, heart-breaking, realistic and a little too close to home." Write Write calls "Tales From My Hard Drive" a "funny, erudite and quick read that will appeal to women shuffling through the dating game and those who have sought love through channels like e Harmony and Ok Cupid." Chicklit Chicklit Club reviews "Tales From My Hard Drive" and calls it a "hilarious tale about internet dating and how absurd men can be on first dates!"The profile of my dentist date made it sound as if he chose dentistry because he was obsessed with teeth- just a normal everyday desire for everyone to have a clean mouth and pristine pink gums. Then she meets the last man she wanted: the extraordinary and charismatic Ted, who just might be everything she’s looking for in a companion. Trying to find her place in a city run by the young and hip, she takes the best job offered her: that of a paid cyber-dater for The New York Beacon, anonymously dating and callously reviewing the myriad Mr. Still brooding over her painful divorce, Melissa makes an art of exploiting her dates with New York’s not-so-finest for her increasingly popular Beacon articles.
" Trashionista reviews "Tales From My Hard Drive" and says"... [Megan] is a fantastic writer and I was hooked from the start." Fresh Fresh Fiction reviews "Tales From My Hard Drive" and calls it "a promising debut novel that will have you laughing out loud." Megan's tips for those jaded with JDate.
ws Podcast Interview with Megan Find out if the dates are real or if Megan's just telling tales in her conversation with Marc Cohen on Computer and Technology Radio.