Gauging from emails she received, comments on posts and those who discuss it on social media, Tinderella said that readers range from empathetic single girls to men wanting a female perspective.
And there are a few older, married readers fascinated by the city's dating scene."With a lot of my friends I'm not sure they actually read it but, their boyfriends constantly ask me ' What happen to that guy?
Why didn't you give him a chance,'" she said.
She started the blog in January after the drawn-out breakup of a messy three-year relationship."I was holding myself accountable for getting out there and moving on from my ex," she said.
The site gets almost 2,000 visitors a day, despite the fact that she only writes about two posts a month.
In each post, she describes her attire for the date (example: "White silk blouse, black pencil skirt, black heels") and her date's attire (example: "A suit"), the day, time and overall rating of how the date went on a scale of 1-10.
This is a free social network for single, divorced, widowed, men&women over the age of 30, in any area of NYC, Nassau and beyond, in order to meet in a friendly, light and easy environment, which is conducive to talking and getting to know each other.
We will meet in cafes and other gatherings that are friendly and relaxed environments.
In other words, environments that can foster friendships.
I will facilitate a night out with organizing dances, as well as single barbecues, bowling and single-mingles so people have a chance to meet each other.
NEW YORK CITY — If you date online long enough, you end up resorting to nicknames to keep your suitors straight.
In the case of dating blogger Tinderella, a 27-year-old Chelsea resident who's been sharing her romantic travails with a growing audience, there are almost too many to list.
There was the "The Princess-Fetish Tinder," a guy who called her "princess" in every other sentence and at one stage gave her a friendly pat on the head.
Then there was "The Boston Tinder," that enigma who facilitated the perfect three-week romance, including requesting that she stop seeing other people, before sending a text saying: "we're too different for either of us to be happy…"And then there was "The Married Tinder," the guy who used a fake Facebook account and second phone to evade his wife while he wooed her.