I may be late to the party, but I love this book! For those who are not familiar with Mindy, she is a successful comedy writer & actress, known for her work on the Office and the Mindy Project.
Perhaps because of her voice overs in the Mindy Project, I can hear her voice inside my head while reading her first book “Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (and Other Concerns)”. Although Mindy has seen great success, reading about her life and perspective makes her very relatable. If I were to ever meet Mindy, I feel like her and I could be the best of friends as I am sure most people feel when they read this book.
I would say that the target audience of this book is female, and probably anywhere between the ages of 16 and 40. I am not sure that I am aware of anyone that I know who would not find this book funny and fantastic. If It wouldn’t have been leant to me by my mother, I would probably pass it along to someone else to read.
Even if you are not a big reader, this collections of autobiographical essays is very easy to get through. I recommed this for all those ladies out there and any men who think that they can relate to a teenage girl mentality.
Mindy has just released another book – perhaps something that I will as for for Christmas!
Let me know in the comments if you have read and would recommend any funny autobiographical books lately. Now that I have read this and Kelly Oxford’s book, I want to read more of this genre!
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