Anna Faris has a new memoir and we couldn’t be more excited
Anna Faris has it all — a job she seems to love (and we love), starring in Mom, being a real-life mom, having a dream husband (none other than Chris Pratt), and, now, a new book, Unqualified. Yep, in the vein of the comedic advice she gives in her podcast, Anna Faris Is Unqualified. While it’s still in development with Dutton, we couldn’t be more excited!
“After years of telling people I don’t know what I’m talking about concerning a whole host of topics, it is deeply gratifying to learn that Dutton whole-heartedly agrees,” Faris said in a release, according to Entertainment Weekly. “I could not be more excited to get my stories — on love, relationships and courtship — to the people who not only buy books, but then actually read those books. Namaste.”
The book will give Faris’s input on “how to navigate the bizarre, chaotic and worthwhile adventure of finding love,” stated the release. Speaking of her love, Pratt will write the book’s forward. Aww.
Cutest. Couple. Ever.
If the book’s anything like Faris’s podcast — and overall personality — count us in.
If you haven’t listened, it’s a must.
Here’s how it’s described on iTunes.
“Not-great-relationship advice from completely unqualified Hollywood types. I am a solid 3.4 student with a major in English from the University of Washington. I’ve also been asked what my SAT score was and it was 1060. It only took five years of dorm/rave life for me to accrue the life knowledge I have received. I’m a Sagittarius, which means I’m super creative and stubborn; but there are walls I need to break down because I always want to leap over the boundaries that make me climb ladders and roofs. I’m agreeable and delightful. I also have incredible leadership skills and following abilities. And, I have 20/20 vision so I’m an eagle eye. I could not love all of you more and please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your pressing relationship questions.”
I mean, she’s married to that guy; chances are her advice is excellent.
Until the book comes out, we’ll be catching up on Faris’s podcast eps. #SeeYouLater