Upon finding success as a writer, director, and actress, Dunham releases her autobiography as an exciting look into the events that shaped her.
She offers an unedited look at her life through a series of personal essays, some humorous and others quite painful, in hopes that her stories will keep readers from repeating her mistakes. With brutal honesty, she gives detailed accounts of her hardships in love and work, without shame or apology.
Her ability to share without excuse shows the strength that makes her such a relatable artist and celebrity.
Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's Learned by Lena Dunham (Random House) Recommended by Emily Catherine at Quail Ridge Books Raleigh NC