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❮Download❯ ➾ It's Not Me, It's You: Subjective Recollections from a Terminally Optimistic, Chronically Sarcastic and Occasionally Inebriated Woman ➹ Author Stefanie Wilder-Taylor – Torrentindir.co

❮Download❯ ➾ It's Not Me, It's You: Subjective Recollections from a Terminally Optimistic, Chronically Sarcastic and Occasionally Inebriated Woman ➹ Author Stefanie Wilder-Taylor – Torrentindir.co



10 thoughts on “It's Not Me, It's You: Subjective Recollections from a Terminally Optimistic, Chronically Sarcastic and Occasionally Inebriated Woman

  1. says:

    You all may remember my recent review of Stefanie Wilder Taylor s Sippy Cups Are Not For Chardonnay I loved it I thought that the stories were insightful, hilarious and candid The latest book from Stefanie Wilder Taylor is her own memoir She takes us through growing up, all the way through carrying her twins in a high risk pregnancy.One of the things I like most about her writing is her holds nothing back style She talks openly and candidly about life situations and her reactions to them She obviously has a knack for humor as well Her father was a bit of a deadbeat, a stand up comedian who walked out on the family early on, but left Stefanie with sharp wit.I am not surprised at all that she is friends with Chelsea Handler, the two have very similar styles of writing and story telling Naturally if you like the two books by Chelsea Handler you will really enjoy what Stefanie Wilder Taylor writes about.My biggest complaint about the book would be the ending, or lack thereof The book just kind of stopped I actually wondered if I was missing some pages I think that the book needs an additional chapter at the end to wrap things up They way that it is currently left off is strange.


  2. says:

    u The Tough Decisions in Life u How do you escape when your boyfriend is kinda keeping you hostage You channel your inner Tori Spelling.You need a car and your parents won t help you out, what do you do You win one at Hollywood Squares.You are at a shelter because your mother kicked you out of the house, what do you do Rally up all the kids at the shelter and pass a petition for T.V time.Hilarious This book had me laughing out loud in the middle of the gym Yes, I got a few stares I took it to the beach and I was laughing so hard, my friends were thoroughly amused.This book, written by Stefanie Wilder Taylor, is a collection of short essays or vignettes that chronicle certain events in her life such as moving to L.A., being dropped off at a shelter by her mother, meeting her future husband online, and throwing a tantrum because her boyfriend won t marry her They are not told in any specific order and the disjointed arrangement of the chapters fits the book perfectly This book is extremely subjective, uniquely honest, and hugely entertaining I like this book so much, I want to hang out with the author.The book deals with the ups and downs of her life in a very funny way I would, at times, realize that what was happening was not a funny thing being kicked out of her house, her numerous relationships, her self destructive ways, eating disorders, and estranged relationship with her father but she has a way with words that I could not stop laughing The last chapter took a serious tone, amidst all the funny references, that seemed to project the author s own transformation into a semi responsible adult.This was a fast read and extremely enjoyable I can t wait for another of her books, there are too many stages of her life that are missing from this one.This is a book to get.


  3. says:

    I would not recommend this book to anyone The only funny thing about the book was the title The cover was mildly amusing The book is a collection of stories of events that occured to the author, Stefanie Wilder Taylor Funny is not a description to be used in describing her memories I do find it somewhat amusing that people actually bought this book I am only glad I did not read this book outdoors for I would have taken a sharp stick to my eye to ease the pain Do not waste your time reading this book.


  4. says:

    I m not sure why I keep reading these humorous memoirs I think mostly to validate that there are crazier people than me out there who still manage to survive in the world This was one of the better ones, thoughit wasn t over the top funny, but I appreciated that she wasn t always trying to be over the top funny and failing, like many of these books Are you listening, Laurie Notaro


  5. says:

    This was a very funny book The timeline jumped around a bit much, but her humorous stories of her life whether that be real or made up, kept me laughing the whole book through It really made me feel better about my own life


  6. says:

    This was a laugh out loud one A bunch of short autobiographical short stories that are friggen funny Like the time she accidentally free based cocaine or when they kind of joined a cult to get the free food haha It s a good one


  7. says:

    This was a super quick read It s just essays but I grew to love the author as the book develops This was better than her book Sippy Cups Are Not For Chardonnay.


  8. says:

    This book was funny if you have a sarcastic sense of humor and there were also a lot of sad parts throughout It kept me interested the whole time reading it.


  9. says:

    Good, but definitely wasn t as humorous as I first anticipated I would be interested in reading some of her other novels particularly Sippy Cups Are Not for Chardonnay and Naptime Is the New Happy Hour Don t get me wrong, she had humor nestled into her stories, but for me it wasn t a slap stick kind of humor but rather it provided comic relief This book has a bunch of short stories that are basically in chronological order of her life A lot of the short stories involved some heavy storylines involving estranged parents, difficulties of living in LA as a teenager, drugs, dating, and the pressures of getting married There are several funny quotations from the stories, but the book was definitely a lot intense and dramatic If I had to break it down, I would say it was 75% drama and 25% comedy Even though I was disappointed in the overall tone of the book, the stories did keep my interest This is a short book that has a lot to offer a reader, but for me, it just didn t amuse me as much as I anticipated.


  10. says:

    Quite funny great narrative voice with an enviable wit.


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