One hilarious and painful year of misadventures in extroverting. Jess Pan goes out on behalf of all the introverts to answer the question- is it really true that extroverts have all the fun?
Jessica Pan is a journalist whose work has appeared in the likes of the Guardian's Weekend magazine, Stylist, The Cut, Lenny Letter and Vice. She has a BA in Psychology from Brown University. Jessica is also the co-author of the book Graduates in Wonderland, an epistolary memoir about living in Beijing and Paris. She previously worked as a TV reporter and magazine editor in Beijing and now lives in London.
Tender, courageous and extremely funny, this book will make us all
braver. -- Daisy Buchanan
Painfully hilarious * Red *
In a world of self-care and nights in, this book will inspire and remind you to do some things that scare you every so often. -- Emma Gannon
A chronicle of Pan's hilarious and painful year of being an extrovert. * Stylist *
Absolutely bloody great. As a textbook, concrete, public changing, foghorn extrovert, I find Jessica Pan's descriptions of introversion and shyness fascinating and she is very funny. -- Nell Frizzell
Well, I adored this. Beautifully written, fascinating and so, so funny. Had me properly guffawing on the bus. -- Lauren Bravo
Sorry I'm Late, I Didn't Want to Come achieves what so many books claim (but then frankly fail) to do: making you laugh, while at the same time managing to inspire. Pan is a gem, and her introvert's exploration of extroversion is all at once delightful and deftly rendered. -- Sara Barron
Relatable, moving, and fantastically funny. -- Rhik Samadder
Hilarious, unexpected and ultimately life-affirming.
Beautifully written and so funny! I related to it A LOT.
You WILL laugh and laugh while reading this. * Sun *
I loved it! It's such a wonderful title, and the book lives up to it. -- Nigella Lawson