Dr Nikki In Seattle

Single But Dating‘s  Dr. Nikki Goldstein will appear on the Amazon campus at noon on Monday, June 5th. All employees are invited.

From 7-9 p.m., she will appear at Rachel’s Ginger Beer, at Pike Place Market. The public is welcome to attend.

Dr Nikki At The Strand

DR. NIKKI: SINGLE BUT DATING

Wednesday May 31: 7:00PM 8:30PM Strand Book Store, 828 Broadway, New York

The ultimate and most in-demand relationship guru Dr. Nikki is here with all the tips and tricks for successfully navigating the modern dating scene. Nikki will be discussing her new book with journalist Jane Marie and author Amy Rose Spiegel.

Join us in the Rare Book Room for a night full of real talk and the chance to change your course for love.

Event Admission        Signed Copy, No Admission

Dr. Nikki is Australia’s most in-demand Relationship Expert, providing unique and intelligent advice for all subjects from relationship and dating to female empowerment and everything in between. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, a Postgraduate Diploma in Counseling and a Doctorate of Human Sexuality. Twice voted Australia’s Best Sex Educator, she appears across many media avenues such as TV, Radio, Podcast and Magazines both in the US and Australia.

Jane Marie is a Peabody and Emmy Award-winning journalist who produced This American Life for nearly a decade before becoming an independent content creator. She’s since collaborated with a wide variety of outlets including Epic Magazine, Earwolf, and PBS. She is the host of the official Tinder podcast by Gimlet Creative, DTR. As a writer, Jane served as an editor for Jezebel & The Hairpin and penned columns for various sites including The Toast & Cosmoplitan. She lives in LA with her daughter, Goldie.

Amy Rose Spiegel is the author of Action: A Book About Sex and a former editor at Rookie and BuzzFeed. She is a freelance writer, if you couldn’t tell from her hair and shoes.

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Kara Hamilton – A New Leash on Life (Corte Madera)


Special Children’s Event! Co-sponsored by the Marin Humane Society
Marin Humane Society will be brining a few dogs to demonstrate dog friendly behavior to kids!

Sunday, May 15, 2016 – 11:00am

Smokey, the miniature apricot poodle, is blessed. But can it last? With the arrival of a new baby, he struggles to adjust to his new place in the family. After several failed tactics, he ingeniously teaches the baby how to behave around him so they may co-exist peacefully. He realizes that there’s enough love for everyone in the family, and also gains a new best friend. We’ve heard the sad stories. The once beloved pooch is given away after the birth of a child due to “aggressive” behavior. Hopefully, by creatively educating small children how to behave around dogs, more pets can stay with their families.

Kara Hamilton is a San Francisco-based actress and model with leading roles in films, commercials and advertising campaigns. She holds a degree in Broadcast Journalism from Florida State University where she regularly wrote for ‘The Sunshine Network’ (Currently Fox Sports Sun) and Florida A&M’s newspaper. She lives in a house of rocks with one husband, two children, three chickens and four battery-operated fish. Before the children, came the dog – a dog she loved to bits and wanted to peacefully coexist with her then-new baby. She desired a creative and entertaining way to teach her child (as well as others) how to properly behave around dogs. Completely based on Kara’s life story, the picture book A New Leash On Life was born.

LOCATION:
51 Tamal Vista Blvd
Corte Madera, CA 94925

Storytime Launch Party with KARA HAMILTON at Books Inc. in The Marina

Join Books Inc. in the Marina for a storytime launch party in celebration of local author Kara Hamilton‘s debut picture book, A New Leash on Life! Smokey, the miniature apricot poodle, is blessed. But can it last? With the arrival of a new baby, he struggles to adjust to his new place in the family. After several failed tactics, he ingeniously teaches the baby how to behave around him so they may co-exist peacefully. He realizes that there’s enough love for everyone in the family, and also gains a new best friend. We’ve heard the sad stories. The once beloved pooch is given away after the birth of a child due to “aggressive” behavior. Hopefully, by creatively educating small children how to behave around dogs, more pets can stay with their families.
Event date: Sunday, April 24, 2016 – 1:00pm
Event address: Books Inc, 2251 Chestnut St in San Francisco, California