Over the course of her fortieth year, which chronicles, Glynnis embarks on a revealing journey of self-discovery that continually contradicts everything she'd been led to expect. An exploration of modern womanhood.
By sharing her story in No One Tells You This, MacNicol gives implicit permission for other women to embrace the lives they’ve chosen ... [MacNicol's memoir] will help women of all ages and life circumstances understand the experience of today’s single-and-joyful woman.
Amid the raft of motherhood memoirs out this summer, it’s refreshing to read a book unapologetically dedicated to the fulfillment of single life. Like a more zoomed-in chapter from Rebecca Traister’s All the Single Ladies, MacNicol’s offering is a personable, entertaining reflection... this memoir allows MacNicol a [broad] and [loose] canvas.