My Books

Quirkyalone: A Manifesto for Uncompromising Romantics

Quirkyalone: A Manifesto for Uncompromising Romantics is the bible for people who prefer to be single rather than settle. Quirkyalone is a collection of essays, lists, art, and interviews covering everything from loneliness vs. solitude to quirkyalones throughout history to what it means to be in a quirkytogether relationship.
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To-Do List: From Buying Milk to Finding a Soul Mate, What Our Lists Reveal About Us

Calling all compulsive listmakers and everyday voyeurs! What does your to-do list say about you? My second book is the outgrowth of my fascination with to-do lists. For three years I published To-Do List magazine and asked my readers to send their lists to me in the mail. They did, and they turned out to be beautiful and revealing. This book is a collection of 100 of my favorite handwritten lists and the stories behind them, along with essays reflecting on everything from life lists to sex lists to obsesssive-compulsive disorder. The verb to list in Middle English meant to want, and our lists are diaries of our wants, peepholes into our souls.

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My third book will be called Wet, and I anticipate this book also has the potential, like Quirkyalone, to spark a movement. This book is a memoir that tells the story of my transformation and awakening through following my body’s desires. Wet is the opposite of dry. Wet is juicy. It is also murky. It is internal. It’s not necessarily clear. It is not necessarily linear. Wet is a ladies-first book (and philosophy on life), though I’m sure men will be interested readers. I am excited about the conversations WET will spark. We all get to define what makes our lives wet as opposed to dry. We learn a lot when we talk about sex and sensuality in a more meaningful way. You can read more about Wet here and sign up to be part of a collaborative conversation about a wet vs. dry life.


Sasha Cagen in Buenos Aires Hey, I'm Sasha Cagen. I'm the author of Quirkyalone + To-Do List, and a coach for women who provides a creative, action-oriented alternative to therapy. Since 2000, I've been helping single people shed that feeling "there's something wrong with me" while also helping people craft relationships where they don't lose their individual spark. I now live in Buenos Aires where I coach my clients via Skype worldwide and teach tango as a metaphor to help you reconnect with your sensuality and even find your own feminine power through a 7-day Tango Holiday in Buenos Aires. Want to get to know me? Read more here.

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The Particular Sadness of Chocolate Cake by Aimee Bender