There are three books this trilogy. They are written by Anonymous, the author had me at Anonymous!
So the plot is about an ad executive from England who moves to the USA who quits drinking and as an alternative finds pleasure in hurting women emotionally - like making them fall for him and then dumping them (and then this happens to him), while also self-publishing a novel trilogy about it, and also recording how the author is attempting to sell these books through clever marketing ideas like creating a personals ad online pretending to be a woman and promising to date the guys if they buy the book. This book is meta in how much it is self-referential. What especially interested me is the author quitting his well-paying job to sell his books full-time, including setting up a table on a busy street, including a comedic interaction with a homeless guy who beat out the author in the quest for asking people for money. It's a bit raunchy at parts, so although it has its moments, it's not for everyone. Check out the author's Instagram page to get a feel for what you may expect in the book, handle: "the02thief" Kind of reminds me of a version of Bret Easton Ellis but with less killing and things.
Quote (Diary of an Oxygen Thief p. 63): "it was as if I had been miscast in my own life. If I saw someone across the street who did the things to me that I routinely do to me, I'd run in the opposite direction. But I can't can I?
I'm married to me."
Quote (Eunuchs and Nympomaniacs p. 11): "In the same way photography captures images, I want to harness the humble paragraph to do the same thing.
I call it Paragraphy..."