Expectations for books are funny things. When you’ve read something by a author before, especially a memoir or essay collection, you think it’ll be in a similar vein. After all, you enjoyed the first one so much, you’re buying a second, right? You want to read things like the ones before–not exactly the same, of course, but maybe with the same tone or voice. In her second collection of personal essays, Why Not Me?, Kaling delivers that consistency, but adds something pretty important–feeling and heart.