The funniest cry for help you’ll read this year.
All hail the arrival of Whitney Cummings as a truly hilarious, keenly insightful and endlessly entertaining author. This book made me laugh so hard that sometimes I had to stop reading and dry my eyes. Do NOT drink fluids while reading this book. They will only shoot out of your unsuspecting nostrils. Buy three copies because you’ll want to gift a couple. It’s THAT good. It’s official: Whitney Cummings can write her ass off.
Whitney Cummings has written a book about being, well, not fine - and what to do when you find yourself with brutal anxiety and a co-dependency disorder; all in her trademark wit, humor, and honesty. This book, however, is fine as hell.
Sassy, witty, profound and reassuring. All women—and men—should read this book.
A zippy, unabashed narrative confronting personal adversity with an equal mix of humor and sincerity… [I’m Fine... and Other Lies is] an extremely self-deprecating assault on a laundry list of proclivities, insecurities, and intimate fears many readers will easily relate to... Akin to the inner-critical narrative voice of Amy Schumer, Cummings’ observations expectedly tackle the uncomfortable and the embarrassing... with deflective humor and straight-up honesty, humility, and a keen sense of humanity.
Cummings’ crisp comedic voice is the driving force behind each essay, wherein the author regales with tales of the danger of self-deprecation and constant people pleasing. Her anecdotes are intimate and messy; she writes with candor... Fans will find a newfound trust and respect for this familiar voice.
The comedian and creator of 2 Broke Girls spares no embarrassing details in this richly funny tell-all.
Fans of 2 Broke Girls can switch off their devices and read this funny, raunchy, feminist memoir from comic, actress, writer, and director Whitney Cummings.