Lena Dunham's envelope-pushing HBO series "Girls"—which recently wrapped up its third season—has won her legions of fans and plenty of critical praise. The irreverent and witty 27-year-old actress, director, show runner and writer will soon be adding "author" to her résumé with the release of her feverishly anticipated first book, Not That Kind of Girl.
Random House is officially set to publish Dunham's blend of advice and memoir on October 7.
Duhman recently unveiled the simple, '70s inspired cover via Instagram:
Hungry for more details? Read a description of Not That Kind of Girl in Dunham's own words below:
If I can take what I’ve learned in this life and make one treacherous relationship or degrading job easier for you, perhaps even prevent you from becoming temporarily vegan, then every misstep of mine will have been worthwhile. This book contains stories about wonderful nights with terrible boys and terrible days with wonderful friends, about ambition and the two existential crises I had before the age of twenty. About fashion and its many discontents. About publicly sharing your body, having to prove yourself in a meeting full of fifty-year-old men and the health fears (tinnitus, lamp dust, infertility) that keep me up at night. I’m already predicting my future shame at thinking I had anything to offer you with this book, but also my future glory in having stopped you from trying an expensive juice cleanse or having the kind of sexual encounter where you keep your sneakers on. No, I am not a sexpert, a psychologist or a registered dietician. I am not a married mother of three or the owner of a successful hosiery franchise. But I am a girl with a keen interest in self-actualization, sending hopeful dispatches from the front lines of that struggle.
I know we've got some "Girls" fans out there! What do you think, readers? Are you excited to pick up a copy of Not That Kind of Girl?