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While your back to school days may be in the past, you can certainly kickstart your fall reading list this season. This autumn, a number of celebrity biographies are set to hit the shelves. From tales of Hollywood to stories of inspirational women, we’ve curated a roundup of memorable titles. Whether you want to learn more about body positivity or women in power, look no further than these new books for Fall 2017.
What Happened by Hillary Rodham Clinton, Simon Schuster: Hillary Clinton’s oft-discussed book was just released on September 12, and claims to detail her experience running in last year’s U.S. presidential election. Clinton is said to discuss her life as a powerful woman in politics, and to share her personal hardships and struggles with her readers in What Happened.
The Not So Subtle Art of Being A Fat Girl: Loving the Skin You’re In by Tess Holliday, Bluestreak: As a plus size model, Tess Holliday claims to promote self-acceptance and positive body image. In her new book (which comes out on September 26), Holliday claims to share her secrets to achieving inner beauty. From her feminist views to her experience as a mother, this tome is said to detail her life and times.
Unqualified by Anna Faris, Dutton: In her new memoir, 40-year-old actress Anna Faris claims to give her best advice on dating and relationships. Faris also spills on discovering an acting career in Hollywood, becoming a mother and much more. Fans may be familiar with her podcast Anna Faris Is Unqualified, where she already shares her life tips with listeners. Unqualified is said to examine the world of showbiz, along with the struggles of becoming a woman and coming to terms with yourself. The book is officially out on October 24.