Definitely worth the read.
There's an exciting new batch of celebrity memoirs we can sink our teeth into this month.
Our guess is these folks spent a lot of time putting pen to paper during quarantine.
Actors Casey Wilson (Happy Endings) and Seth Rogen (pretty much every Judd Apatow movie ever made) are both releasing a collection of funny personal essays, while singer Billie Eilish is dropping a stunning picture book in anticipation of her new album.
If you're interested in any of these, you can pre-order now and get a good discount.
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Details: The multi-hyphen star can now add author to his resume. Out May 11, Seth Rogen's debut book, Yearbook, is a hilarious collection of essays about getting into stand-up comedy as a teen, attending Jewish summer camp and moving to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. If it's anything like the last few movies he's released, we'll be in stitches within minutes.
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Details: At just 19 years old, Billie Eilish has already cemented herself as one of the biggest pop stars on the planet. Out May 11, her self-titled book features hundreds of never-before-seen photos giving fans a glimpse into her childhood, life on the road and more. At the rate she's going, we can expect a follow-up book ten years down the road.
Details: Either you recognize Casey Wilson from Saturday Night Live, the sleeper hit series Happy Endings (which we highly recommend you binge on Amazon Prime) or her Real Housewives podcast. Either way, you know Casey is one of the funniest, wittiest people on the planet. Her debut book of essays, The Wreckage of My Presence, comes out May 4 and deals with everything from grief to marriage to reality television. If you're looking for a fun escape, this one's just the ticket.