So Much I Want to Tell You

So Much I Want to Tell You

Letters to My Little Sister

Book - 2017
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Internet personality Anna Akana "opens up about her own struggles with poor self-esteem and reveals both the highs and lows of coming-of-age. She offers ... advice for young women on everything from self-care to money to sex, and she is ... straightforward about the realities of dating, female friendship, and the hustle required to make your dreams come true. This is Anna's story, but, as she says, it belongs just as much to [her deceased sister] Kristina and to every other girl who must learn that growing up can be hard to do"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, [2017]
ISBN: 9780399594939
Characteristics: xviii, 176 pages ; 21 cm
Call Number: 791.43028 AKA


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Jan 07, 2019

These are not actually letters to her dead sister. They are just self-centered blog-like articles trying to brag about her successes though she is actually a failed actress and unfunny comedian. I thought that these would be letters, but her sister or her memory is not in this book at all. This is only a how-to guide for other failed actresses who want to obsess over themselves on a YouTube channel. This book helped me to get over watching Anna Akana and unsubscribing from her channel as she is disconnected and deeply unlikable here.

LoganLib_Tahnee May 24, 2018

A fascinating memoir of a girl struggling to deal with the deal of her sister, finding her way through the darkness and onto a successful career as a youtuber.

ArapahoeKati Jul 24, 2017

2/3 "Girlboss" + 1/3 dating advice. I thought this would deal a lot more with grief and suicide?


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Mar 16, 2019

...always be just means that you think about what you’re gonna do before you do it. Put some thought into it. Know what you want. Be conscious of everyone’s time.

Mar 16, 2019

Financing is boring and tedious, but it will save you money. Always crunch the numbers.

Mar 16, 2019

Here are the rules I believe all good bosses should follow in order to create a productive and happy workplace:
Compensate fairly and pay promptly.
Feed people well and often.
Show your appreciation verbally.
Be clear and direct about your expectations.
Know how to utilize the talents of those around you.
Don’t waste anyone’s time.
Be a pleasure to work with.


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Sep 24, 2019

GrayKayAkana thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over


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