Penguin Dating will feature articles by Penguin authors such as Julia Llewellyn and Adele Parks. book lovers can test out the site for free, but must pay for a subscription if they wish to contact fellow readers.
Kate Taylor, a relationship advisor for who has also been published by Penguin, will contribute regularly with tips and answers to frequently asked questions about online dating.
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