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Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded Hardcover – October 18, 2016
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“By turns hilarious and heartbreaking, Hannah Hart’s new book is a roaring, beautiful, and profoundly human account of an extraordinary life.” (John Green )
“Hannah shares her truth with an honesty that is inspiring - one that makes me believe her when she says that it’s going to get better or that laughter is just around the corner or that you aren’t alone.” ( Jenny Lawson, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Let's Pretend This Never Happened and Furiously Happy )
From the Back Cover
Buffering = A Work in Process
As a professional digital demigod, I spend a lot of time walking the line between public and private. However, there is only so much that can be communicated through 140 characters or a six-minute vlog. In this book, I’m sharing stories from my life that have taken longer to process, in the hope that maybe it will help you do some internal processing of your own.
These are tales of family, faith, mental health, LESBIAN SEX, and my ongoing journey to love myself (and not just my selfies). Though sometimes dark, these stories might make you laugh and cry, and hopefully they’ll motivate you to take the time and space you need to fully load.
Because in spite of our world of constant output and expression, it’s important to let yourself buffer at your own rate.
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Top Customer Reviews
Many reviews have said things about how this is not what you would expect from the woman who brought us My Drunk Kitchen. That isn't how I feel at all. This is just what I would expect. I know from experience. Happy, fun, amusing, inspiring people come out of difficult places all the time. Many of the stories that Hannah tells in this book I could tell a version of myself growing up with a mentally ill father. Hard situations, and less than ideal upbringings don't define who we become, Hannah's story reminds us all of that. It is a hard won lesson for many, including Hannah, and including myself.
This book will inspire the cynic who wants to bash "another YouTuber book" and will comfort the outcast who feels alone. It will make you laugh, and cry and feel and maybe even deal with some of the baggage you've been holding on to.
It is an honest, fresh and beautiful tale of a life that has been perfectly imperfect and someone who is still coming out the other side.
If you liked Wild for it's honest tale of self discovery and coming to terms with the life you've been given, odds are you will like Buffering for the same.
The audiobook, read by the author is fantastic, and I hope Hannah will consider adding Audio Book Narrator to her long list of jobs, she truly has a knack for it.
This book is completely devastating and laced with hope and joy. My heart breaks for the world that Hannah once knew, the world that she still has to live in for her family but....I rejoice for the world she is creating around her.
I cannot say how much I appreciate her ability to be earnest about the life she was born into, the life she chose to leave and the life she chooses to pursue because she knows who she is.
This book is more than a book, it's a glimpse into one of our favorite comedic Youtubers who has a heart for social justice for the helpless, making a difference in others lives and proving that diversity doesn't have to be a deal breaker.
I cannot wait to take the bits of her genius and share it with my loved ones.
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So many parts of this book touched me in a way I wasn't expecting. I knew it was going to be about a side of her we never knew. A side of her she had no obligation to share. I didn't expect it to make my cry. And I did cry. I cried for her. I cried for me. I cried because she hit so many points I could relate to on some level. I laughed because she has a way of using humor to cope. Just like me. I'm actually taking some of her advice. I'm going to try some guided meditation to aid my own healing in regards to my mental health.
I admire Hannah even more than I already did.
I hope you will read this book and go on this journey with me. I know most Hartosexuals (that's what Hannah calls her dedicated fans) will already have read this book, but I am hoping some people get to know her backwards, reading this book first and then watching My Drunk Kitchen. Because she is a fascinating person with a troubled, complex childhood first, and an adorable and entertaining drunk chef second (or maybe even third).