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Jimmy Fallon vs. J.C. Davies: The Late Night Host Chimes in on "I Got the Fever" and Interracial Dating

Many of you have all ready become acquainted with former Wall Street analyst J.C. Davies and her controversial new book on interracial dating entitled "I GOT THE FEVER."   

As it continues to spark debate in the media, big names are adding their take -- including Jimmy Fallon on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon."

This week, the host and comedian made jokes about J.C.'s racy cover image, her work history as a Wall Street analyst, her age... even her cat!   In return, J.C. is hitting the airwaves to tell audiences why her book is a must-read -- and why Jimmy himself must find it intriguing. 

Author, blogger, researcher, and former Goldman Sachs analyst J.C. Davies (feverbook.com) explores the dynamics of interracial and intercultural dating in today's diverse world, especially within five unique cultures: Latino, Asian, Black, Jewish, and Indian.  Because J.C. Davies is herself white, she often finds herself a controversial figure as well, for discussing such racial issues.

Ask J.C.:

-- What probably made Jimmy Fallon choose her book to discuss

-- What she thinks of his jokes --- and the attention they have brought to her work

-- What other controversies "I Got the Fever" has stirred up

-- What she's learned over her many years of interracial dating

-- What inspired her to write "I Got The Fever"

A former Wall Street professional, J.C. has more than 20 years of experience in studying -- and dating -- men of different cultures.  J.C. Davies' "Racy J.C."  column on culture, race, and dating has recently been featured on "Tell Me More" w/ Michel Martin on NPR, "Radio Australia Today" ABC Australia, "The Mancow Show" w/ Mancow Muller, and in The Los Angeles Times, New York Magazine, Metro, Deal Breaker, The Business Insider, DStripped Magazine, and Bridge Magazine. To book J.C. Davies for your own program, please contact DoubleWide Publications at info@doublewidepublications.com or (646) 470-2308.