“I had thought my younger self assumed everything would work out – that I was possessed of some reckless confidence you only have in youth. Otherwise, how could I have been fool enough to try? But the journal wasn’t quixotic, it was fearful. The terror was so present, yet I was doing it anyway.”
With her trademark sense of humour, actress Anna Kendrick delivers a delightful collection of essays on the ups and downs of life, love, and career pursuits. From her early start in theatre to her successful movie career, along with “dating experiments,” she presents stories in a voice that is funny, genuine, honest, and self-aware.
“I worried that luck and timing and opportunity (and my little frame and goofy face) might never align at the right moments, but for all the inexorable insecurities that live inside my head, I knew what I was capable of. I just had to be patient.”
I am a big fan of Anna Kendrick and her sense of humour, so her collection of autobiographical essays was a must-read for me. Scrappy Little Nobody does not disappoint, as Anna’s voice and humour comes through each story, exploring various aspects of her life. She comes across very relatable and as someone you want to be friends with, and this book just confirms why we all want to be friends with Anna Kendrick. A great read for fans.