"Obviously, we are a product of our generation and the digital age," he said."Putting our story in a blog and a book gave us a reason to connect to people." Aficionados of the blog will be happy to hear that there are more than 100 pages in the book detailing what happened after the 40-day experiment ended, including friendship-ending fights, reconciliation and even an engagement ring for one of them.She also has a new dream job in her sights: starring in a TV show based on the book she co-wrote, “This Is Why You’re Single,” which will hit stores Tuesday.
"We had moments where we almost backed out." Think of the bright orange book as a field guide to Millennial dating in New York City.
Every text message, tweet, and scrap of dating ephemera like restaurant receipts, Magnolia bakery cartons and even a corporate condom, are methodically filed and documented in the 40-day experiment.
Now, a year and a half later, they have a book out under the same name, out Feb. And no stone in their relationship is left unturned.
"It was definitely really scary," Walsh, now 28, said of delving into intimate family histories, her private thoughts, and yes, even their sex life, with an unknown audience.
“I think I cried for two days straight,” Lane recalled.