The Woman in Me by Britney Spears. She didn’t give any face-to-face interviews about this book, and New York Times writes about how it’s quite unique that she didn’t give any interviews. It’s already reached No. 1 on the New York Times’s Bestseller’s List. This article, article written by a longtime fan, who thought she knew everything about Spears, says she still learned a lot from the book.
Counting the Cost by Jill Duggar Dillard. She was on the TV show Eighteen Kids and Counting and she shares the problems of being in a strict religious environment and being raised on reality TV. People Magazine wrote about some of the bombshells from her book.
Love, Pamela: A Memoir of Prose, Poetry, and Truth by Pamela Anderson. Vanity Fair says the book has passages in verse as well, which is quite unique.
PageBoy by Elliot Page. Page was in the popular movie Juno and discusses coming out as gay and also delves into gender dysphoria.The actor shares fears and obstacles to gender transition.
Being Henry…the Fonz and Beyond by Henry Winkler. He shares his childhood and also his immense struggle with dyslexia. Here’s an article which delves into the conflict between Winkler and Tom Hanks. The pair were both part of Turner and Hooch, but Winkler says he was fired early into the filming of the movie.
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