UK journalist, broadcaster and dating expert Nichi Hodgson has today released the audio version of her book, ‘The Curious History of Dating: From Jane Austen to Tinder’.
The Audible blurb reads:
“Dating has never been easy. Ever since the Georgians posted the first personal ads, finding Mr Right vs Mr Right Now has always been fraught with sexual and social tension. But as we swipe ourselves into oblivion, do we have it any easier today?
“From suing a Victorian lover for breaking off your engagement to the 60s quest to date beyond class, race and gender rules, Nichi Hodgson’s lively and intriguing history of amorous relationships may leave you grateful that you love in an era of swiping – not swooning.”
Hodgson frequently contributes to The Guardian, BBC and Sky News on topics including gender, sex and technology.
She has debated controversial figures such as polemicist Milo Yiannopoulos and Mike Buchanan, founder of the Anti-Feminism League.
She also hosts radio documentaries, such as 2015’s ‘Can Porn be Ethical?’, the most recent of which saw her nominated for the DIVA Journalist of the Year 2018 award.
The Curious History of Dating is priced at £14.99 / 1 Audible credit.
Find it here.