Fab Femme creator Aryka Randall is officially a published author after releasing her first nonfiction, “She’s Just Not That Into You.” The book which was published by Mango Media and picked up for major distribution in stores touches on all things related to love.
As Editor-in-Chief at TheFabFemme.com, along with being one of my good girlfriends, Aryka Randall has become the authority on Girl+Girl love, especially for women of color. Now in her first book, She’s Just Not That Into You, Randall’s tells the stories and gets the conversation heated up on queer dating, relationships, open commitments, living arrangements, work, money, love, sex, and lust. She’s Just Not That Into You covers everything from reality checks your friends won’t give you, learning to love yourself, avoiding toxic relationships and why serial dating often leads to disaster – the kind of advice any young woman in love or looking for love needs.
“She’s Just Not That Into You is my way of reminding the world how important it is to be open to the idea of being loved correctly, as well as loving yourself enough to know that when that point comes, you have to be whole before you can be open to love.” -Aryka