“The web’s absolute best family member.” ― Flare

From the writer of the preferred e-newsletter That’s What She SaidNobody Cares is a frank, humorous non-public essay assortment approximately paintings, failure, friendship, and the messy industry of being alive to your twenties and thirties.

As she stocks her exhausting-gained insights from screwing up, rising up, and looking for her personal trail, Anne T. Donahue’s debut guide provides all of the honesty, laughs, and reassurance of a past due-night time telephone name along with your absolute best family member. Whether or not she’s giving a signature pep communicate, railing in opposition to summer season, or describing her personal psychological well being struggles, Anne reminds us that failure is commonplace, pronouncing no to objects is releasing, and that we’re all a number of gorgeous screw ups ― and he or she wouldn’t have it some other method.