Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?: (And other concerns) Paperback – 23 May 2013
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"[Mindy Kaling is] like Tina Fey’s cool little sister. Or perhaps… the next Nora Ephron." (The New York Times)
"Kaling doles out neurotic charm and hilarious everywoman musings." (Elle)
"Kaling’s debut is the perfect combination of memoir and hilarious, goofy lists that you’d expect from The Office star and writer-executive producer." (Allure.com)
"Reading her words is like listening to a likably gabby friend chatter happily over generously poured glasses of red wine." (Washington Post)
About the Author
Mindy Kaling is the stage name of Vera Mindy Chokaling, an Indian-American actress, comedienne, writer and producer. Mindy shot to fame with her cross-dressing impersonation of Ben Affleck in a play she co-wrote, entitled Matt & Ben. Mindy then went on to write for the US version of The Office, before going on to portray Kelly Kapoor in the TV series. She has had cameos in The 40-Year-Old Virgin and recently appeared in The Five-Year Engagement with Jason Segel. She currently stars in, and is the creator of, The Mindy Project.
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The middle became tedious and when I FINALLY reached the end, I found myself skimming the last few chapters (although it is an extremely easy read- the writing isn't A* literature but it flows really nicely)
I'm quite disappointed in this- I don't know if it's just because I'm not a huge fan of nonfiction or because the book was actually not the best, but I had higher hopes. For now, I'll stick to watching The Mindy Project.
The book is honest in the best of ways and really really funny. I would recommend this even if you're not a fan (or have seen) The Mindy Project!