The Art of Sleeping Alone

A beloved French author, journalist, editor and fashion blogger, at 49 years of age, makes a deliberate choice to remain single and celibate, a truly liberating decision that opens up a number of questions about the over-sexed society in ...

The Art of Sleeping Alone

Author: Sophie Fontanel

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1451696280

Page: 160

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A beloved French author, journalist, editor and fashion blogger, at 49 years of age, makes a deliberate choice to remain single and celibate, a truly liberating decision that opens up a number of questions about the over-sexed society in which we live.

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