Mindy Kaling collaborates with Amazon Publishing to release a set of essay collections by summer 2020
Mindy Kaling 's latest collection of essays follows her 2011 memoir, Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (and Other Concerns), and her 2015 book Why Not Me?.
Mindy Kaling will soon release a set of essays based on her life experiences in collaboration with Amazon Publishing. The book, currently untitled, is scheduled for the summer 2020. Amazon announced on Tuesday that topics will include Kaling's experiences as a single mother, including how she balance her friendships while taking care of her daughter and her career, and working with Hollywood personalities like Sandra Bullock, Reese Witherspoon and Oprah Winfrey.
Amazon Publishing imprint further explained that the essays can be downloaded as a Kindle ebook or as an Audible audiobook, which Kaling will narrate.
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Next Summer, best-selling author, actor, and producer @mindykaling will offer her fresh take on life, love, and single mommy-hood in a series of bite-sized essays spanning the past few years. Coming soon to Amazon Original Stories. https://t.co/C6TzTUNVAf pic.twitter.com/S3vnpLsEO9
— Amazon Publishing (@AmazonPub) May 28, 2019
Announcing her latest project through an Instagram post, Kaling wrote, “It’s so exciting for me to share the secrets of how I balance being a professional writer, actor, and single mom in a new collection of essays." Her previous books, 'Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me' and 'Why Not Me,' were best-sellers published by Penguin Random House.
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It’s so exciting for me to share the secrets of how I balance being a professional writer, actor, and single mom in a new collection of essays I’m writing through @amazonpublishing. I mean, it would be so exciting to share those secrets. I don’t have them. Like, not even close. This morning I bribed my baby with a remote control to get my car keys back. But I do have funny stories about my life and I can’t wait for you to read them. Link in bio for the deets!
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This new development continues Kaling's partnership with Amazon after the company acquired the U.S. rights to her comedy Late Night, which is set to hit theaters on 7 June, following its premiere at Sundance in January.
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