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
Author:Anne T. Donahue
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Number of Pages:240 pages pages

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...

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

    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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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. ...

  • Rae
    Aug 06, 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

    3.5/5 ...

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

    I feel like I ghostwrote this book. So much of it could apply to my life, either as I was growing up or as I exist right now. Some of the messages that Donahue puts across are things that I needed to hear, at this moment in time, and I think that it'll appeal to a wide variety of peopl...

    Admittedly, I had never heard of Anne T. Donahue before ECW sent me a copy of her book. However, after finishing up this collection of essays, I?ll likely to subscribing to her newsletter! In 194 pages, Donahue gives insights about anxiety, life, and just making it through. She's got...

    In this series of essays Anne T. Donahue entertains us with stories of work, school, failure, motivation and so much more. Immediately, her writing puts you at ease. Rather than reading this non-fiction curled up in bed, you are transported to a *bar* (or other such *fun* atmosphere) a...

    Nobody Cares is a collection of essays from Anne T. Donahue about her life through her teens, 20's and 30's. I was not familiar with Anne's work before receiving this book but after finishing it, I feel like I know her. She is funny and honest about her life. She lives close to where I...

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for a free review copy of this book. My opinion is my own. Anne T. Donahue?s slim book of essays is full of panache, humor, and honesty. Anne writes about everything from her experience growing up in the Catholic Church to her anxiety and alc...

  • 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

  • Jen
    Oct 13, 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

    3.5/5 ...

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

    I feel like I ghostwrote this book. So much of it could apply to my life, either as I was growing up or as I exist right now. Some of the messages that Donahue puts across are things that I needed to hear, at this moment in time, and I think that it'll appeal to a wide variety of peopl...

    Admittedly, I had never heard of Anne T. Donahue before ECW sent me a copy of her book. However, after finishing up this collection of essays, I?ll likely to subscribing to her newsletter! In 194 pages, Donahue gives insights about anxiety, life, and just making it through. She's got...

    In this series of essays Anne T. Donahue entertains us with stories of work, school, failure, motivation and so much more. Immediately, her writing puts you at ease. Rather than reading this non-fiction curled up in bed, you are transported to a *bar* (or other such *fun* atmosphere) a...

    Nobody Cares is a collection of essays from Anne T. Donahue about her life through her teens, 20's and 30's. I was not familiar with Anne's work before receiving this book but after finishing it, I feel like I know her. She is funny and honest about her life. She lives close to where I...

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for a free review copy of this book. My opinion is my own. Anne T. Donahue?s slim book of essays is full of panache, humor, and honesty. Anne writes about everything from her experience growing up in the Catholic Church to her anxiety and alc...

    I am 10-20 years too old for this book. I picked it up because it was on a book list of laugh out loud new releases. I am a huge fan of David Sedaris and this felt like it could be a female equivalent. It isn't. I gave up on page 130, when One Direction was in the essay title. Too many...

  • 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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. ...

  • K.
    Aug 12, 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

    3.5/5 ...

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

    I feel like I ghostwrote this book. So much of it could apply to my life, either as I was growing up or as I exist right now. Some of the messages that Donahue puts across are things that I needed to hear, at this moment in time, and I think that it'll appeal to a wide variety of peopl...

    Admittedly, I had never heard of Anne T. Donahue before ECW sent me a copy of her book. However, after finishing up this collection of essays, I?ll likely to subscribing to her newsletter! In 194 pages, Donahue gives insights about anxiety, life, and just making it through. She's got...

  • Leah
    Dec 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

    3.5/5 ...

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

    I feel like I ghostwrote this book. So much of it could apply to my life, either as I was growing up or as I exist right now. Some of the messages that Donahue puts across are things that I needed to hear, at this moment in time, and I think that it'll appeal to a wide variety of peopl...

    Admittedly, I had never heard of Anne T. Donahue before ECW sent me a copy of her book. However, after finishing up this collection of essays, I?ll likely to subscribing to her newsletter! In 194 pages, Donahue gives insights about anxiety, life, and just making it through. She's got...

    In this series of essays Anne T. Donahue entertains us with stories of work, school, failure, motivation and so much more. Immediately, her writing puts you at ease. Rather than reading this non-fiction curled up in bed, you are transported to a *bar* (or other such *fun* atmosphere) a...

    Nobody Cares is a collection of essays from Anne T. Donahue about her life through her teens, 20's and 30's. I was not familiar with Anne's work before receiving this book but after finishing it, I feel like I know her. She is funny and honest about her life. She lives close to where I...

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for a free review copy of this book. My opinion is my own. Anne T. Donahue?s slim book of essays is full of panache, humor, and honesty. Anne writes about everything from her experience growing up in the Catholic Church to her anxiety and alc...

    I am 10-20 years too old for this book. I picked it up because it was on a book list of laugh out loud new releases. I am a huge fan of David Sedaris and this felt like it could be a female equivalent. It isn't. I gave up on page 130, when One Direction was in the essay title. Too many...

    3.5 stars Full review here: https://wp.me/p36jwx-1kY ...

    Thank you to NetGalley, ECW Press and Anne T. Donahue for an ARC ebook copy for review. As always, an honest review from me. My rating is actually 3.5 stars, but since there aren't half stars I always round up. Nobody Cares is funny, poignant, relatable and ridiculous in all the ...

    Honestly, it gets 3 stars because I'm pretty sure most of the faults I found are found in just about any collection of essays that are clearly just pieced together without a narrative thread to keep them together. A lot of the things that don't jive with me in essay collections cropp...

    This collection of essays was a last-minute snatch from the library?s ?new? shelf. I read the words ?about the messy business of being alive? in the synopsis, I knew I had to read it ASAP. Her honesty with life is inspiring and eye-opening. From digging deep into why carin...

  • 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

  • Erin Dillman
    Nov 21, 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

    3.5/5 ...

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

    I feel like I ghostwrote this book. So much of it could apply to my life, either as I was growing up or as I exist right now. Some of the messages that Donahue puts across are things that I needed to hear, at this moment in time, and I think that it'll appeal to a wide variety of peopl...

    Admittedly, I had never heard of Anne T. Donahue before ECW sent me a copy of her book. However, after finishing up this collection of essays, I?ll likely to subscribing to her newsletter! In 194 pages, Donahue gives insights about anxiety, life, and just making it through. She's got...

    In this series of essays Anne T. Donahue entertains us with stories of work, school, failure, motivation and so much more. Immediately, her writing puts you at ease. Rather than reading this non-fiction curled up in bed, you are transported to a *bar* (or other such *fun* atmosphere) a...

    Nobody Cares is a collection of essays from Anne T. Donahue about her life through her teens, 20's and 30's. I was not familiar with Anne's work before receiving this book but after finishing it, I feel like I know her. She is funny and honest about her life. She lives close to where I...

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for a free review copy of this book. My opinion is my own. Anne T. Donahue?s slim book of essays is full of panache, humor, and honesty. Anne writes about everything from her experience growing up in the Catholic Church to her anxiety and alc...

    I am 10-20 years too old for this book. I picked it up because it was on a book list of laugh out loud new releases. I am a huge fan of David Sedaris and this felt like it could be a female equivalent. It isn't. I gave up on page 130, when One Direction was in the essay title. Too many...

    3.5 stars Full review here: https://wp.me/p36jwx-1kY ...

    Thank you to NetGalley, ECW Press and Anne T. Donahue for an ARC ebook copy for review. As always, an honest review from me. My rating is actually 3.5 stars, but since there aren't half stars I always round up. Nobody Cares is funny, poignant, relatable and ridiculous in all the ...

    Honestly, it gets 3 stars because I'm pretty sure most of the faults I found are found in just about any collection of essays that are clearly just pieced together without a narrative thread to keep them together. A lot of the things that don't jive with me in essay collections cropp...

  • 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

  • Gregory
    Dec 03, 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

    3.5/5 ...

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

    I feel like I ghostwrote this book. So much of it could apply to my life, either as I was growing up or as I exist right now. Some of the messages that Donahue puts across are things that I needed to hear, at this moment in time, and I think that it'll appeal to a wide variety of peopl...

    Admittedly, I had never heard of Anne T. Donahue before ECW sent me a copy of her book. However, after finishing up this collection of essays, I?ll likely to subscribing to her newsletter! In 194 pages, Donahue gives insights about anxiety, life, and just making it through. She's got...

    In this series of essays Anne T. Donahue entertains us with stories of work, school, failure, motivation and so much more. Immediately, her writing puts you at ease. Rather than reading this non-fiction curled up in bed, you are transported to a *bar* (or other such *fun* atmosphere) a...

    Nobody Cares is a collection of essays from Anne T. Donahue about her life through her teens, 20's and 30's. I was not familiar with Anne's work before receiving this book but after finishing it, I feel like I know her. She is funny and honest about her life. She lives close to where I...

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for a free review copy of this book. My opinion is my own. Anne T. Donahue?s slim book of essays is full of panache, humor, and honesty. Anne writes about everything from her experience growing up in the Catholic Church to her anxiety and alc...

    I am 10-20 years too old for this book. I picked it up because it was on a book list of laugh out loud new releases. I am a huge fan of David Sedaris and this felt like it could be a female equivalent. It isn't. I gave up on page 130, when One Direction was in the essay title. Too many...

    3.5 stars Full review here: https://wp.me/p36jwx-1kY ...

    Thank you to NetGalley, ECW Press and Anne T. Donahue for an ARC ebook copy for review. As always, an honest review from me. My rating is actually 3.5 stars, but since there aren't half stars I always round up. Nobody Cares is funny, poignant, relatable and ridiculous in all the ...

    Honestly, it gets 3 stars because I'm pretty sure most of the faults I found are found in just about any collection of essays that are clearly just pieced together without a narrative thread to keep them together. A lot of the things that don't jive with me in essay collections cropp...

    This collection of essays was a last-minute snatch from the library?s ?new? shelf. I read the words ?about the messy business of being alive? in the synopsis, I knew I had to read it ASAP. Her honesty with life is inspiring and eye-opening. From digging deep into why carin...

    Thanks NetGalley for the free e-copy, all thoughts are my own. This book was an interesting take on mental illness, mental health, spirituality and all things relating to your life in your 20's and 30's. Most essays were totally relatable but sometimes it just felt awkward how the...

    I first found out about Anne T. Donahue from listening to CBC on the radio; every few weeks Anne comes on to talk with Tom Power about Pop Culture- and by pop culture I mostly mean The Titanic. She loves the titanic movie and it is somehow featured in more than one of these essays, yet...

  • Niamh
    Aug 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

    3.5/5 ...

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

    I feel like I ghostwrote this book. So much of it could apply to my life, either as I was growing up or as I exist right now. Some of the messages that Donahue puts across are things that I needed to hear, at this moment in time, and I think that it'll appeal to a wide variety of peopl...

  • 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...

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

  • Annie
    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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

    3.5/5 ...

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

    I feel like I ghostwrote this book. So much of it could apply to my life, either as I was growing up or as I exist right now. Some of the messages that Donahue puts across are things that I needed to hear, at this moment in time, and I think that it'll appeal to a wide variety of peopl...

    Admittedly, I had never heard of Anne T. Donahue before ECW sent me a copy of her book. However, after finishing up this collection of essays, I?ll likely to subscribing to her newsletter! In 194 pages, Donahue gives insights about anxiety, life, and just making it through. She's got...

    In this series of essays Anne T. Donahue entertains us with stories of work, school, failure, motivation and so much more. Immediately, her writing puts you at ease. Rather than reading this non-fiction curled up in bed, you are transported to a *bar* (or other such *fun* atmosphere) a...

    Nobody Cares is a collection of essays from Anne T. Donahue about her life through her teens, 20's and 30's. I was not familiar with Anne's work before receiving this book but after finishing it, I feel like I know her. She is funny and honest about her life. She lives close to where I...

  • Kelly Schulze
    Aug 13, 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

    3.5/5 ...

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

    I feel like I ghostwrote this book. So much of it could apply to my life, either as I was growing up or as I exist right now. Some of the messages that Donahue puts across are things that I needed to hear, at this moment in time, and I think that it'll appeal to a wide variety of peopl...

    Admittedly, I had never heard of Anne T. Donahue before ECW sent me a copy of her book. However, after finishing up this collection of essays, I?ll likely to subscribing to her newsletter! In 194 pages, Donahue gives insights about anxiety, life, and just making it through. She's got...

    In this series of essays Anne T. Donahue entertains us with stories of work, school, failure, motivation and so much more. Immediately, her writing puts you at ease. Rather than reading this non-fiction curled up in bed, you are transported to a *bar* (or other such *fun* atmosphere) a...

    Nobody Cares is a collection of essays from Anne T. Donahue about her life through her teens, 20's and 30's. I was not familiar with Anne's work before receiving this book but after finishing it, I feel like I know her. She is funny and honest about her life. She lives close to where I...

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for a free review copy of this book. My opinion is my own. Anne T. Donahue?s slim book of essays is full of panache, humor, and honesty. Anne writes about everything from her experience growing up in the Catholic Church to her anxiety and alc...

    I am 10-20 years too old for this book. I picked it up because it was on a book list of laugh out loud new releases. I am a huge fan of David Sedaris and this felt like it could be a female equivalent. It isn't. I gave up on page 130, when One Direction was in the essay title. Too many...

    3.5 stars Full review here: https://wp.me/p36jwx-1kY ...

    Thank you to NetGalley, ECW Press and Anne T. Donahue for an ARC ebook copy for review. As always, an honest review from me. My rating is actually 3.5 stars, but since there aren't half stars I always round up. Nobody Cares is funny, poignant, relatable and ridiculous in all the ...

    Honestly, it gets 3 stars because I'm pretty sure most of the faults I found are found in just about any collection of essays that are clearly just pieced together without a narrative thread to keep them together. A lot of the things that don't jive with me in essay collections cropp...

    This collection of essays was a last-minute snatch from the library?s ?new? shelf. I read the words ?about the messy business of being alive? in the synopsis, I knew I had to read it ASAP. Her honesty with life is inspiring and eye-opening. From digging deep into why carin...

    Thanks NetGalley for the free e-copy, all thoughts are my own. This book was an interesting take on mental illness, mental health, spirituality and all things relating to your life in your 20's and 30's. Most essays were totally relatable but sometimes it just felt awkward how the...

  • Lynne
    May 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

    3.5/5 ...

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

    I feel like I ghostwrote this book. So much of it could apply to my life, either as I was growing up or as I exist right now. Some of the messages that Donahue puts across are things that I needed to hear, at this moment in time, and I think that it'll appeal to a wide variety of peopl...

    Admittedly, I had never heard of Anne T. Donahue before ECW sent me a copy of her book. However, after finishing up this collection of essays, I?ll likely to subscribing to her newsletter! In 194 pages, Donahue gives insights about anxiety, life, and just making it through. She's got...

    In this series of essays Anne T. Donahue entertains us with stories of work, school, failure, motivation and so much more. Immediately, her writing puts you at ease. Rather than reading this non-fiction curled up in bed, you are transported to a *bar* (or other such *fun* atmosphere) a...

    Nobody Cares is a collection of essays from Anne T. Donahue about her life through her teens, 20's and 30's. I was not familiar with Anne's work before receiving this book but after finishing it, I feel like I know her. She is funny and honest about her life. She lives close to where I...

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for a free review copy of this book. My opinion is my own. Anne T. Donahue?s slim book of essays is full of panache, humor, and honesty. Anne writes about everything from her experience growing up in the Catholic Church to her anxiety and alc...

    I am 10-20 years too old for this book. I picked it up because it was on a book list of laugh out loud new releases. I am a huge fan of David Sedaris and this felt like it could be a female equivalent. It isn't. I gave up on page 130, when One Direction was in the essay title. Too many...

    3.5 stars Full review here: https://wp.me/p36jwx-1kY ...

  • 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

    3.5/5 ...

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

  • 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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 ...

  • Amanda (Books, Life and Everything Nice)
    Sep 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

    3.5/5 ...

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

    I feel like I ghostwrote this book. So much of it could apply to my life, either as I was growing up or as I exist right now. Some of the messages that Donahue puts across are things that I needed to hear, at this moment in time, and I think that it'll appeal to a wide variety of peopl...

    Admittedly, I had never heard of Anne T. Donahue before ECW sent me a copy of her book. However, after finishing up this collection of essays, I?ll likely to subscribing to her newsletter! In 194 pages, Donahue gives insights about anxiety, life, and just making it through. She's got...

    In this series of essays Anne T. Donahue entertains us with stories of work, school, failure, motivation and so much more. Immediately, her writing puts you at ease. Rather than reading this non-fiction curled up in bed, you are transported to a *bar* (or other such *fun* atmosphere) a...

    Nobody Cares is a collection of essays from Anne T. Donahue about her life through her teens, 20's and 30's. I was not familiar with Anne's work before receiving this book but after finishing it, I feel like I know her. She is funny and honest about her life. She lives close to where I...

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for a free review copy of this book. My opinion is my own. Anne T. Donahue?s slim book of essays is full of panache, humor, and honesty. Anne writes about everything from her experience growing up in the Catholic Church to her anxiety and alc...

    I am 10-20 years too old for this book. I picked it up because it was on a book list of laugh out loud new releases. I am a huge fan of David Sedaris and this felt like it could be a female equivalent. It isn't. I gave up on page 130, when One Direction was in the essay title. Too many...

    3.5 stars Full review here: https://wp.me/p36jwx-1kY ...

    Thank you to NetGalley, ECW Press and Anne T. Donahue for an ARC ebook copy for review. As always, an honest review from me. My rating is actually 3.5 stars, but since there aren't half stars I always round up. Nobody Cares is funny, poignant, relatable and ridiculous in all the ...

  • Jill
    Aug 13, 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    *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...

    3.5/5 ...

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

    I feel like I ghostwrote this book. So much of it could apply to my life, either as I was growing up or as I exist right now. Some of the messages that Donahue puts across are things that I needed to hear, at this moment in time, and I think that it'll appeal to a wide variety of peopl...

    Admittedly, I had never heard of Anne T. Donahue before ECW sent me a copy of her book. However, after finishing up this collection of essays, I?ll likely to subscribing to her newsletter! In 194 pages, Donahue gives insights about anxiety, life, and just making it through. She's got...

    In this series of essays Anne T. Donahue entertains us with stories of work, school, failure, motivation and so much more. Immediately, her writing puts you at ease. Rather than reading this non-fiction curled up in bed, you are transported to a *bar* (or other such *fun* atmosphere) a...

  • 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...

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

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

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

  • 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...

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

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

    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...