Top 10 celeb-authored books on Amazon
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Have you really made it in Hollywood if you haven't written a book about your journey?
Forget an Oscar, it seems like penning a bestselling memoir is the hottest to-do in the industry. But not all celeb books are created equal. We compiled the top 10 most popular celeb-authored books on Amazon.
Check out the below for the crème de la crème.
"You're nobody until somebody calls you bossy." In her 2011 book, Tina Fey spills all about her rise to fame and what it took to claim that "bossy" title -- all with her signature comedic touch, of course.
Amy Schumer isn’t afraid to say what is on her mind and her new book proves just that. "The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo" is full of personal, eye-opening anecdotes bordering on TMI. It's not all for the laughs -- Schumer will have you feeling every emotion before you reach the last page.
Growing up a tomboy in an era of women proud of their femininity, comedian Jessi Klein felt like an outsider looking in on this woman empowerment movement. In "You’ll Grow Out of It," Klein shares her struggles as a 21st century woman, including her "transformation from Pippi Longstocking-esque tomboy to are-you-a-lesbian-or-what tom man." Klein's great comedic mind book shines in this book making it a must-read this summer.
Amy Poehler started her writing career on top with "Yes Please," which became a No. 1 New York Times bestseller. She shares a plethora of stories, poems, photographs and mantras from her life sure to inspire and entertain all readers.
The uber-talented creator of "Grey’s Anatomy" and "Scandal" was challenged by her sister to say "yes" to the everything for a whole year. Rhimes hesitantly agreed and this book details how doing say, just saying "yes," changed her life. If Rhimes hasn't already changed your life with one of her hit shows, she surely will with this inspiring book.
Through a collection of hilarious and insightful essays, Mindy Kaling details her continuing struggle to find peace and joy as an adult, as well as her finding her place in Hollywood despite constantly being reminded that there aren’t many others that look like her.
Acclaimed TV historian and entertainment writer Jennifer Kelshin Armstrong celebrates the iconic Seinfeld sitcom with her book "Seinfeldia." Armstrong gives readers the inside look of the show while it was still on air and delves into the world of devotees who still adore the show today.
Mindy Kaling’s debut book, "Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns), leads readers on a tour of her life and into her mind, both of which reveal that Kaling, despite her celebrity, could easily be the girl next door.
Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump shares his story of his rise to America’s foremost deal maker. In the most Trump-esque way, the businessman-turned-politician opensup about his greatest accomplishments, shatters myths and reveals how exactly to close the deal.
"Finding Dory" star, Ellen Degeneres, holds nothing back in this tell-all book about her life in recent years, including the hardships she faced prior to landing her "Finding Nemo" gig and namesake show. She just kept swimming and it has paid off pretty well.
By: Garrett Thomas
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