Dec 2, 2016

Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes & Growing Up.

sorry not sorry
dreams, mistakes & growing up.
Naya Rivers.

Publisher Tarcherperigee
Publication Date: September 13,2016.
Genre: Adult Nonfiction|Memoir.
Format|Pages: Hardcover|241
 Source:  Goodreads|Library.

Funny and deeply personal, Sorry Not Sorry recounts Glee star Naya Rivera's successes and missteps, urging young women to pursue their dreams and to refuse to let past mistakes define them. 


I have been fan of NAYA RIVERA since I had seen her on the hit show, GLEE years earlier when I had first discovered it. I have heard that she was writing a memoir and I was curious, about how she got where she is now. There were so much that I had learned just from reading this novel, things that I wouldn’t even guessed about her. Like her issues with the money and that she had an issue getting her acting career started, that she even once worked at Hooters. The way that NAYA RIVERA had written her autobiography which was so personal but at the same time, getting the readers drawn to her story, and have them wonder how she got where she is today. I know that I was. I felt like I couldn’t get enough of her story.

Naya’s story was beautiful but yet filled with pain too. She had went through a lot of struggles through her life, since she realized her passion for acting. If that were me, I don’t think I would been able to handle everything that she had. That was a lot for one of person to handle without having some sort of breakdown. I am just glad that she had her mother and her friends to help her through some struggles. In life, sometimes you learn through your mistakes. That feels is what had happened to her. It was a well written, inspiring and beautiful story. Of course I loved reading about her Glee days as well.

I love memoirs and this was one of the best. Worth every single page.


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