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  • ASIN: ‎ B08GC7MBRC
  • Publisher: ‎ Amazon Original Stories (Oct. 6 2020)
  • Kindle: ‎ 6773 KB
  • Print: ‎ 15 pages




A totally relatable essay on showing up to adult life alone, by the singular (and single) writer, producer, and star of Late Night.

In lieu of a perfect, hypothetical future husband, Mindy Kaling is thinking a lot about being single. Pros? She can marathon any Christine Baranski show she wants. Cons? Dealing with married couples and their condescension at cocktail parties. But until a gorgeous, morally flawless, preferably tall TV dad materializes in three dimensions, Mindy can cope with waiting it out (from the driver’s seat).

From the acclaimed writer, actor, director, producer, and New York Times bestselling author comes Nothing Like I Imagined. In these essays, Mindy Kaling shares the latest chapters of a multitasking life in Hollywood. Read or listen to them in a single sitting. Either way, they’re pitch-perfect.


Mindy Kaling is an actor, writer, producer, and director, and the author of two New York Times bestselling memoirs. She is the creator and executive producer of the Netflix original series Never Have I Ever, which is based partly on her teen years. She also created and starred in The Mindy Project and the Amazon original film Late Night. Previously, she was a writer, producer, director, and costar of the Emmy Award–winning sitcom The Office.

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REVIEW:
A tongue-in-cheek look at her own life and why she is single. Another great essay that is relatable for some, and even if it is not, she has a way of connecting you to it. For example, I'm not single. Been married 20 years. Still, I get why she has chosen not to be tied down. Although she hasn't ruled it out.
I look forward to the next essay!


4.5/5




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