I’m Fine…And Other Lies by Whitney Cummings | Conversation Starters

I’m Fine…And Other Lies by Whitney Cummings | Conversation Starters

I’m Fine…And Other Lies by Whitney Cummings | Conversation Starters

In “I’m Fine…And Other Lies”, readers are introduced to the author’s personal experience with mental health issues and embarrassing situations. The novel draws on the author’s trademark staples of humor and wit, supplying readers with honest and at times, shockingly embarrassing tales. The novel provides a been-there-done-that perspective, offering the insights of one who has spent much of her life dealing with the issues she details.

Whitney Cummings presents “I’m Fine…And Other Lies” with a strikingly witty and self-deprecating tone, reflecting on her past mistakes and presenting them for the reader to learn and benefit from. Praised for its sincerity and humorous quality, this book aims to entertain as much as it aims to comfort.

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    I’m Fine…And Other Lies by Whitney Cummings | Conversation Starters Reviews

  • Carolyn Jett

    There was so much to think about while reading this book. It was humorous, but as the author shared her screw-ups, I was forced to see myself in the stories....

  • Jennifer Taylor

    I listen to comedy authors audiobooks to make me laugh and Whitney Cummings certainly did. However, she also made me think and ponder and relate to her story. From one former hot mess to another thank...

  • Arianna G.

    Listened to this on my runs. I identified so much with a lot of things Cummings said, and she has clearly done a lot of work to understand herself, her mind and be happier. That being said, it was lit...

  • Meg Goldin

    A little slow at parts but Whitney ties everything into a nice bow at the end. A little self help-ish which I wasn't expecting but it was done in a good way. Would highly recommend the audio book beca...

  • E

    2 stars because this woman has a great career based on idk what. Others knocked off because I couldn’t finish it. Too shallow. She’s not interesting enough for me to care about her life. Was gifte...

  • John

    A funny book. Almost a self help book about accepting who you are, but not necessarily how to fix yourself. Nice explanation on what a codependent is....

  • ?????

    Heard it on scribd, and enjoyed the story as if I was whitney’s friend and she was telling me her stories. Just like 2 strangers meeting up....

  • Cindi Mansell

    couldn't finish reading it. Absolutely no substance just a lot of rambling about how important Whitney is. ...

  • Helena

    Wow!! Thank you for writing this book!!...

  • Yycdaisy

    A very chatty audiobook, almost like she was just talking off the top of her head....