Nobody Cares

Nobody Cares

?The internet?s best friend.? ? Flare From the author of the popular newsletter That?s What She Said, Nobody Cares is a frank, funny personal essay collection about work, failure, feminism, and the messy business of being alive in your twenties and thirties. As she shares her hard-won insights from screwing up, growing up, and trying to find her own path, Anne T. Donahue?s d ?The internet?s best friend.? ? Flare From the author of the popular newsletter That?s ...

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Title:Nobody Cares
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Nobody Cares Reviews

  • Renata
    Oct 16, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

  • Alexis
    Jul 30, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

  • Molly
    Oct 20, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

  • The Reading Countess
    Jun 07, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

  • Mary
    Jan 05, 2019

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

    4,5? I'm in awe and going to interview the author but first I have to process all this ...

    I received a digital copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Anne T. Donahue's collection of essays covers everything from failure, feminism, and fashion to mental health and the pain of losing those you love. She writes genuinely and openly, and her perso...

    1 stars This book... is not good. It could just be that I am not the target audience for this essay collection (narcissists). Also, calling it an essay collection is being generous. There's no cohesion beyond how consistently awful the author is to seemingly every person that cares ...

    *I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley, with thanks to the author and publishers. The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Anne T. Donahue has laid her soul bare to the world in this book. Nobody Cares is witty, raw and honest. At times it is a memoir, tell...

    I wanted to like this. Initially I really enjoyed her style and tone - like reading the diary of an extremely self aware friend. But it started to wear on me. I can?t quite put my finger on why - maybe the lack of hope or sense for how she is making life work now? Maybe it?s just b...

    Best book I?ve read this year so far. Funny, real, and so relevant. Definitely a new favorite. Highly recommend. ?But failing is universal. It?s a language almost everybody understands. Without slipups and mistakes and doing the wrong things because the right ones still seem s...

    This book has so many good messages and so entertaining to read! There were a lot of things that were helpful to know that other people experience, and the tone of the book is like that of an honest and open conversation with an old friend that has the same fears and experiences as yo...

    Picked it up because "nobody cares" is my favourite advice. Everyone is way to self-involved too give a shit about what you're doing. Nobody cares so don't worry about it. Super relatable collection of essays if you are a young thirty-something woman from Canada. I mean, probably if y...

  • Bri (girlwithabookblog.com)
    Jun 30, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

  • Kirby
    Nov 07, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

  • Davina
    Jan 27, 2019

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

    4,5? I'm in awe and going to interview the author but first I have to process all this ...

    I received a digital copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Anne T. Donahue's collection of essays covers everything from failure, feminism, and fashion to mental health and the pain of losing those you love. She writes genuinely and openly, and her perso...

    1 stars This book... is not good. It could just be that I am not the target audience for this essay collection (narcissists). Also, calling it an essay collection is being generous. There's no cohesion beyond how consistently awful the author is to seemingly every person that cares ...

    *I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley, with thanks to the author and publishers. The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Anne T. Donahue has laid her soul bare to the world in this book. Nobody Cares is witty, raw and honest. At times it is a memoir, tell...

    I wanted to like this. Initially I really enjoyed her style and tone - like reading the diary of an extremely self aware friend. But it started to wear on me. I can?t quite put my finger on why - maybe the lack of hope or sense for how she is making life work now? Maybe it?s just b...

    Best book I?ve read this year so far. Funny, real, and so relevant. Definitely a new favorite. Highly recommend. ?But failing is universal. It?s a language almost everybody understands. Without slipups and mistakes and doing the wrong things because the right ones still seem s...

    This book has so many good messages and so entertaining to read! There were a lot of things that were helpful to know that other people experience, and the tone of the book is like that of an honest and open conversation with an old friend that has the same fears and experiences as yo...

    Picked it up because "nobody cares" is my favourite advice. Everyone is way to self-involved too give a shit about what you're doing. Nobody cares so don't worry about it. Super relatable collection of essays if you are a young thirty-something woman from Canada. I mean, probably if y...

    This book is okay. It's fine, really. Reading it was a decent way to while away my lunch breaks at work. However, the essays never went as deeply as I wanted them to, never gained much detail past generalizations, and while the anecdotes were interesting, I thought that they could have...

    cambridge excellence!!!! when i started this book i had no idea the author was from my hometown and it was the most PLEASANT surprise to read about her experiences there and mentions places i knew and grew up at too. i loved this book, anne - if you?re reading this - you?re a g...

    Relatable, funny, and full of crotchety wisdom. ...

  • EditorialEyes
    Dec 14, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

    4,5? I'm in awe and going to interview the author but first I have to process all this ...

    I received a digital copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Anne T. Donahue's collection of essays covers everything from failure, feminism, and fashion to mental health and the pain of losing those you love. She writes genuinely and openly, and her perso...

    1 stars This book... is not good. It could just be that I am not the target audience for this essay collection (narcissists). Also, calling it an essay collection is being generous. There's no cohesion beyond how consistently awful the author is to seemingly every person that cares ...

    *I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley, with thanks to the author and publishers. The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Anne T. Donahue has laid her soul bare to the world in this book. Nobody Cares is witty, raw and honest. At times it is a memoir, tell...

    I wanted to like this. Initially I really enjoyed her style and tone - like reading the diary of an extremely self aware friend. But it started to wear on me. I can?t quite put my finger on why - maybe the lack of hope or sense for how she is making life work now? Maybe it?s just b...

    Best book I?ve read this year so far. Funny, real, and so relevant. Definitely a new favorite. Highly recommend. ?But failing is universal. It?s a language almost everybody understands. Without slipups and mistakes and doing the wrong things because the right ones still seem s...

    This book has so many good messages and so entertaining to read! There were a lot of things that were helpful to know that other people experience, and the tone of the book is like that of an honest and open conversation with an old friend that has the same fears and experiences as yo...

    Picked it up because "nobody cares" is my favourite advice. Everyone is way to self-involved too give a shit about what you're doing. Nobody cares so don't worry about it. Super relatable collection of essays if you are a young thirty-something woman from Canada. I mean, probably if y...

    This book is okay. It's fine, really. Reading it was a decent way to while away my lunch breaks at work. However, the essays never went as deeply as I wanted them to, never gained much detail past generalizations, and while the anecdotes were interesting, I thought that they could have...

    cambridge excellence!!!! when i started this book i had no idea the author was from my hometown and it was the most PLEASANT surprise to read about her experiences there and mentions places i knew and grew up at too. i loved this book, anne - if you?re reading this - you?re a g...

    Relatable, funny, and full of crotchety wisdom. ...

    3.5/5 ...

  • Lauren Simmons
    Nov 19, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

  • Caroline
    Mar 08, 2019

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

    4,5? I'm in awe and going to interview the author but first I have to process all this ...

    I received a digital copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Anne T. Donahue's collection of essays covers everything from failure, feminism, and fashion to mental health and the pain of losing those you love. She writes genuinely and openly, and her perso...

    1 stars This book... is not good. It could just be that I am not the target audience for this essay collection (narcissists). Also, calling it an essay collection is being generous. There's no cohesion beyond how consistently awful the author is to seemingly every person that cares ...

  • Janilyn Kocher
    Aug 14, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

  • Nichole
    Mar 07, 2019

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

    4,5? I'm in awe and going to interview the author but first I have to process all this ...

    I received a digital copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Anne T. Donahue's collection of essays covers everything from failure, feminism, and fashion to mental health and the pain of losing those you love. She writes genuinely and openly, and her perso...

    1 stars This book... is not good. It could just be that I am not the target audience for this essay collection (narcissists). Also, calling it an essay collection is being generous. There's no cohesion beyond how consistently awful the author is to seemingly every person that cares ...

    *I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley, with thanks to the author and publishers. The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Anne T. Donahue has laid her soul bare to the world in this book. Nobody Cares is witty, raw and honest. At times it is a memoir, tell...

    I wanted to like this. Initially I really enjoyed her style and tone - like reading the diary of an extremely self aware friend. But it started to wear on me. I can?t quite put my finger on why - maybe the lack of hope or sense for how she is making life work now? Maybe it?s just b...

    Best book I?ve read this year so far. Funny, real, and so relevant. Definitely a new favorite. Highly recommend. ?But failing is universal. It?s a language almost everybody understands. Without slipups and mistakes and doing the wrong things because the right ones still seem s...

    This book has so many good messages and so entertaining to read! There were a lot of things that were helpful to know that other people experience, and the tone of the book is like that of an honest and open conversation with an old friend that has the same fears and experiences as yo...

  • Whitney Atkinson
    Aug 24, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

  • Deandra
    May 31, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

  • Audrey Lentz
    Nov 30, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

  • Steph Warren
    Sep 17, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

    4,5? I'm in awe and going to interview the author but first I have to process all this ...

    I received a digital copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Anne T. Donahue's collection of essays covers everything from failure, feminism, and fashion to mental health and the pain of losing those you love. She writes genuinely and openly, and her perso...

    1 stars This book... is not good. It could just be that I am not the target audience for this essay collection (narcissists). Also, calling it an essay collection is being generous. There's no cohesion beyond how consistently awful the author is to seemingly every person that cares ...

    *I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley, with thanks to the author and publishers. The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Anne T. Donahue has laid her soul bare to the world in this book. Nobody Cares is witty, raw and honest. At times it is a memoir, tell...

  • Chelsea Cameron-Fikis
    Oct 14, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

    4,5? I'm in awe and going to interview the author but first I have to process all this ...

    I received a digital copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Anne T. Donahue's collection of essays covers everything from failure, feminism, and fashion to mental health and the pain of losing those you love. She writes genuinely and openly, and her perso...

    1 stars This book... is not good. It could just be that I am not the target audience for this essay collection (narcissists). Also, calling it an essay collection is being generous. There's no cohesion beyond how consistently awful the author is to seemingly every person that cares ...

    *I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley, with thanks to the author and publishers. The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Anne T. Donahue has laid her soul bare to the world in this book. Nobody Cares is witty, raw and honest. At times it is a memoir, tell...

    I wanted to like this. Initially I really enjoyed her style and tone - like reading the diary of an extremely self aware friend. But it started to wear on me. I can?t quite put my finger on why - maybe the lack of hope or sense for how she is making life work now? Maybe it?s just b...

    Best book I?ve read this year so far. Funny, real, and so relevant. Definitely a new favorite. Highly recommend. ?But failing is universal. It?s a language almost everybody understands. Without slipups and mistakes and doing the wrong things because the right ones still seem s...

    This book has so many good messages and so entertaining to read! There were a lot of things that were helpful to know that other people experience, and the tone of the book is like that of an honest and open conversation with an old friend that has the same fears and experiences as yo...

    Picked it up because "nobody cares" is my favourite advice. Everyone is way to self-involved too give a shit about what you're doing. Nobody cares so don't worry about it. Super relatable collection of essays if you are a young thirty-something woman from Canada. I mean, probably if y...

    This book is okay. It's fine, really. Reading it was a decent way to while away my lunch breaks at work. However, the essays never went as deeply as I wanted them to, never gained much detail past generalizations, and while the anecdotes were interesting, I thought that they could have...

    cambridge excellence!!!! when i started this book i had no idea the author was from my hometown and it was the most PLEASANT surprise to read about her experiences there and mentions places i knew and grew up at too. i loved this book, anne - if you?re reading this - you?re a g...

    Relatable, funny, and full of crotchety wisdom. ...

    3.5/5 ...

    There are maybe 2-3 genuinely good essays, all towards the beginning. I had to force my way to get through it, and I was skimming towards the end. Not my thing. ...

    Hilarious, relatable, insightful. I enjoyed every essay in this collection and I love Anne?s writing style. ...

  • Naksed
    Mar 27, 2019

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

  • Kristy K
    Sep 18, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

  • Kayla Ramoutar
    Sep 14, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

  • Weronika Zimna
    Jul 15, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

    4,5? I'm in awe and going to interview the author but first I have to process all this ...

  • Jeffrey
    Mar 05, 2019

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

    4,5? I'm in awe and going to interview the author but first I have to process all this ...

    I received a digital copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Anne T. Donahue's collection of essays covers everything from failure, feminism, and fashion to mental health and the pain of losing those you love. She writes genuinely and openly, and her perso...

    1 stars This book... is not good. It could just be that I am not the target audience for this essay collection (narcissists). Also, calling it an essay collection is being generous. There's no cohesion beyond how consistently awful the author is to seemingly every person that cares ...

    *I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley, with thanks to the author and publishers. The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Anne T. Donahue has laid her soul bare to the world in this book. Nobody Cares is witty, raw and honest. At times it is a memoir, tell...

    I wanted to like this. Initially I really enjoyed her style and tone - like reading the diary of an extremely self aware friend. But it started to wear on me. I can?t quite put my finger on why - maybe the lack of hope or sense for how she is making life work now? Maybe it?s just b...

    Best book I?ve read this year so far. Funny, real, and so relevant. Definitely a new favorite. Highly recommend. ?But failing is universal. It?s a language almost everybody understands. Without slipups and mistakes and doing the wrong things because the right ones still seem s...

  • Brittney
    Feb 01, 2019

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

    4,5? I'm in awe and going to interview the author but first I have to process all this ...

    I received a digital copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Anne T. Donahue's collection of essays covers everything from failure, feminism, and fashion to mental health and the pain of losing those you love. She writes genuinely and openly, and her perso...

    1 stars This book... is not good. It could just be that I am not the target audience for this essay collection (narcissists). Also, calling it an essay collection is being generous. There's no cohesion beyond how consistently awful the author is to seemingly every person that cares ...

    *I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley, with thanks to the author and publishers. The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Anne T. Donahue has laid her soul bare to the world in this book. Nobody Cares is witty, raw and honest. At times it is a memoir, tell...

    I wanted to like this. Initially I really enjoyed her style and tone - like reading the diary of an extremely self aware friend. But it started to wear on me. I can?t quite put my finger on why - maybe the lack of hope or sense for how she is making life work now? Maybe it?s just b...

    Best book I?ve read this year so far. Funny, real, and so relevant. Definitely a new favorite. Highly recommend. ?But failing is universal. It?s a language almost everybody understands. Without slipups and mistakes and doing the wrong things because the right ones still seem s...

    This book has so many good messages and so entertaining to read! There were a lot of things that were helpful to know that other people experience, and the tone of the book is like that of an honest and open conversation with an old friend that has the same fears and experiences as yo...

    Picked it up because "nobody cares" is my favourite advice. Everyone is way to self-involved too give a shit about what you're doing. Nobody cares so don't worry about it. Super relatable collection of essays if you are a young thirty-something woman from Canada. I mean, probably if y...

    This book is okay. It's fine, really. Reading it was a decent way to while away my lunch breaks at work. However, the essays never went as deeply as I wanted them to, never gained much detail past generalizations, and while the anecdotes were interesting, I thought that they could have...

  • Carly
    Sep 16, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

    4,5? I'm in awe and going to interview the author but first I have to process all this ...

    I received a digital copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Anne T. Donahue's collection of essays covers everything from failure, feminism, and fashion to mental health and the pain of losing those you love. She writes genuinely and openly, and her perso...

  • Julia
    Jan 25, 2019

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

    4,5? I'm in awe and going to interview the author but first I have to process all this ...

    I received a digital copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Anne T. Donahue's collection of essays covers everything from failure, feminism, and fashion to mental health and the pain of losing those you love. She writes genuinely and openly, and her perso...

    1 stars This book... is not good. It could just be that I am not the target audience for this essay collection (narcissists). Also, calling it an essay collection is being generous. There's no cohesion beyond how consistently awful the author is to seemingly every person that cares ...

    *I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley, with thanks to the author and publishers. The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Anne T. Donahue has laid her soul bare to the world in this book. Nobody Cares is witty, raw and honest. At times it is a memoir, tell...

    I wanted to like this. Initially I really enjoyed her style and tone - like reading the diary of an extremely self aware friend. But it started to wear on me. I can?t quite put my finger on why - maybe the lack of hope or sense for how she is making life work now? Maybe it?s just b...

    Best book I?ve read this year so far. Funny, real, and so relevant. Definitely a new favorite. Highly recommend. ?But failing is universal. It?s a language almost everybody understands. Without slipups and mistakes and doing the wrong things because the right ones still seem s...

    This book has so many good messages and so entertaining to read! There were a lot of things that were helpful to know that other people experience, and the tone of the book is like that of an honest and open conversation with an old friend that has the same fears and experiences as yo...

    Picked it up because "nobody cares" is my favourite advice. Everyone is way to self-involved too give a shit about what you're doing. Nobody cares so don't worry about it. Super relatable collection of essays if you are a young thirty-something woman from Canada. I mean, probably if y...

    This book is okay. It's fine, really. Reading it was a decent way to while away my lunch breaks at work. However, the essays never went as deeply as I wanted them to, never gained much detail past generalizations, and while the anecdotes were interesting, I thought that they could have...

    cambridge excellence!!!! when i started this book i had no idea the author was from my hometown and it was the most PLEASANT surprise to read about her experiences there and mentions places i knew and grew up at too. i loved this book, anne - if you?re reading this - you?re a g...

  • Aya Bara
    Apr 11, 2019

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

    4,5? I'm in awe and going to interview the author but first I have to process all this ...

    I received a digital copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Anne T. Donahue's collection of essays covers everything from failure, feminism, and fashion to mental health and the pain of losing those you love. She writes genuinely and openly, and her perso...

    1 stars This book... is not good. It could just be that I am not the target audience for this essay collection (narcissists). Also, calling it an essay collection is being generous. There's no cohesion beyond how consistently awful the author is to seemingly every person that cares ...

    *I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley, with thanks to the author and publishers. The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Anne T. Donahue has laid her soul bare to the world in this book. Nobody Cares is witty, raw and honest. At times it is a memoir, tell...

    I wanted to like this. Initially I really enjoyed her style and tone - like reading the diary of an extremely self aware friend. But it started to wear on me. I can?t quite put my finger on why - maybe the lack of hope or sense for how she is making life work now? Maybe it?s just b...

    Best book I?ve read this year so far. Funny, real, and so relevant. Definitely a new favorite. Highly recommend. ?But failing is universal. It?s a language almost everybody understands. Without slipups and mistakes and doing the wrong things because the right ones still seem s...

    This book has so many good messages and so entertaining to read! There were a lot of things that were helpful to know that other people experience, and the tone of the book is like that of an honest and open conversation with an old friend that has the same fears and experiences as yo...

    Picked it up because "nobody cares" is my favourite advice. Everyone is way to self-involved too give a shit about what you're doing. Nobody cares so don't worry about it. Super relatable collection of essays if you are a young thirty-something woman from Canada. I mean, probably if y...

    This book is okay. It's fine, really. Reading it was a decent way to while away my lunch breaks at work. However, the essays never went as deeply as I wanted them to, never gained much detail past generalizations, and while the anecdotes were interesting, I thought that they could have...

    cambridge excellence!!!! when i started this book i had no idea the author was from my hometown and it was the most PLEASANT surprise to read about her experiences there and mentions places i knew and grew up at too. i loved this book, anne - if you?re reading this - you?re a g...

    Relatable, funny, and full of crotchety wisdom. ...

    3.5/5 ...

    There are maybe 2-3 genuinely good essays, all towards the beginning. I had to force my way to get through it, and I was skimming towards the end. Not my thing. ...

  • Kelsey Leigh Witzling
    Nov 24, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

  • Caitlin Kunkel
    Nov 28, 2018

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

  • Julianne Vantland
    Jan 23, 2019

    DNF at 53%. I'm putting this one on hold right now. It's not bad, but the first two essays started out SOOOO good, but then after that it just turned into stories I couldn't really relate to so it wasn't as funny. I think i'm gonna wait until this comes out and it's available on aud...

    3.5 Stars A book of essays that is part memoir, part critique, it reads like a friend wrote a letter to you. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments mixed in with reflective moments. ...

    Some are born anxious, some achieve anxiety, and some have anxiety thrust upon them. I am lucky enough to have been blessed by all three. Woof. This collection of essays is one of the best I've read. Donahue's essay on anxiety is the best. I've never read an essay about anxiety that...

    She is right. ...

    Anne is great and her writing is great and you will read this book in no time at all https://chateauchemo.wordpress.com/20... ...

    Anne T. Donahue is the voice inside your head if that voice was incredibly witty, funny, and profound (OK, so not the voice in MY head, but maybe someone's??). These essays are a salute to the "beautiful disasters" we can all be at times. I came to her writing on Twitter, then followed...

    This book reinforces my belief that all the best writing, art, and music comes from Canada. Anne is smart, funny, and exceedingly relatable. Her essays read as effortless and poignant at the same time. ...

    This was exactly what I wanted it to be, funny and messy and #relatable. ...

    Nobody Cares is an appropriate title for this book because I certainly didn't care for most of it. Donahue is a mess, by her own admission. Hopping from job to job, she eventually amassed so much debt she had to move back in with her parents. I'm wondering how this book got published b...

    I share Anne?s view on a lot of things (I will never watch GOT either, am generally mad at the world) and we have many shared cultural touch points (hello coming of age in the late 90s) but I?m just a little bit separated from her in life stage/age so some of the essays resonated l...

    Anne T. Donahue is amusing and insightful throughout this collection of essays focusing on mental illness, writing, introversion, and other issues that seem to crop up for myriad women in their 20s and 30s. The title of the book is a great reminder of something that we all often forget...

    This is my first netgalley read that which I want to purchase a physical copy. And not just one. I want to buy this for all of my close friends. Because Anna Donahue is raw and relatable and reading this book felt like a hug from someone who's been there. It's so, so good. ...

    After subscribing to and thoroughly enjoying Anne T. Donahue's newsletter That's What She Said for the past couple of years, I was eager to get my hands on an ARC of her debut collection Nobody Cares. The book, which is a collection of her essays, reads like a series of her funny and...

    This book was cute and funny and I totally want Anne to be my best friend, but none of those things made this a good book. It falls under that genre of memoir-ish self help-ish books where a woman has a pretty normal young adulthood and then writes about it to remind you to stop caring...

    An excellent essay collection about mental illness, failure and working in your 20s and 30s. I liked the voice and the honesty in this collection and found a lot to relate to. Anne has a poignant and important voice. I found this book made me feel better about my own recent failings. ...

    Funny, well written memoir for anyone floating aimlessly in their 20?s or early 30?s. Honest and reflective, the targeted age group will feel embraced and understood. I think my oldest son might have whispered in her ear as she wrote. ?? I especially liked the BURN IT ALL DOWN chap...

    4,5? I'm in awe and going to interview the author but first I have to process all this ...

    I received a digital copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Anne T. Donahue's collection of essays covers everything from failure, feminism, and fashion to mental health and the pain of losing those you love. She writes genuinely and openly, and her perso...

    1 stars This book... is not good. It could just be that I am not the target audience for this essay collection (narcissists). Also, calling it an essay collection is being generous. There's no cohesion beyond how consistently awful the author is to seemingly every person that cares ...

    *I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley, with thanks to the author and publishers. The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Anne T. Donahue has laid her soul bare to the world in this book. Nobody Cares is witty, raw and honest. At times it is a memoir, tell...

    I wanted to like this. Initially I really enjoyed her style and tone - like reading the diary of an extremely self aware friend. But it started to wear on me. I can?t quite put my finger on why - maybe the lack of hope or sense for how she is making life work now? Maybe it?s just b...