Pretty Mess by Erika Jayne



Without her alter-ego Erika Jayne, Erika Girardi says she’d just be “another rich bitch with a plane”—so get ready for the dishy, tell-all memoir from show-stopping performer, model, singer, and beloved star of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Erika Jayne.

Erika Jayne didn’t make it this far by holding back. Now,

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Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling

Mindy Kaling is a known celebrity and funny girl. Whether you know her from The Office or The Mindy Project, chances are you have only gotten to know just a little about what makes this comic genius tick. While this book is different than her previous memoir, Why Not Me? contains a lot of small chapters with different concepts.

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A Fine Memoir: A Fine Romance by Candice Bergen

At its core, Candice Bergen relates her romance with late husband Louis Malle and her daughter’s life in A Fine Romance. She talks about being an independent woman who falls in love with an equally independent man and the challenges of their lives on separate continents and raising a daughter while they both had full time jobs.

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I’ll Be Damned: How My Young and Restless Life Led Me to America’s #1 Daytime Drama

To most people, Eric Braeden is known as Victor from the daytime drama All My Children. What most people may not know is the strength and character of a man who went from being born in Nazi Germany to his star-studded life as a popular American television actor. In I’ll Be Damned,

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Watch Me: A Memoir by Anjelica Huston

Anjelica Huston is a famous name.

Anjelica Huston is a famous face.

Anjelica Huston tackles her adulthood in the memoir Watch Me. Blending years of lessons along with journals and recollections, she is able to tell a tale about her Hollywood life, from her modelling jobs to her acting jobs. From her relationships with Jack Nicholson and Ryan O’Neale to her marriage to an eclectic sculpture,

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The Polygamist's Daughter
The Polygamist’s Daughter

Anna LeBaron is the daughter of a man who had over 50 children. Her dad, Evril, was a wanted man because he killed anyone who tried to leave his version of Mormonism–a cult-like child-bride-marrying version of the faith. Anna, her siblings, and the wives Ervil kept adding to his ‘stable’ were constantly on the run. Somehow, Anna survived and shares her story in The Polygamist’s Daughter.

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