4 celebrity pop-culture books to indulge in this month - Metro US

4 celebrity pop-culture books to indulge in this month

Reading high-brow books like Garth Risk Hallberg’s “City Of Fire” is worth carving out some time for, but sometimes, you just want to curl up with something lighter. There’s no shortage of pop-culture candy coming out in book form in the next two weeks. Here, we highlight two books that just came out and two that will be released at the end of the month.

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“How To Be A Bad Bitch” by Amber Rose (out October 27)

Amber Rose’s definition of “bad bitch” is “a self-respecting, strong female who has everything together. This consists of body, mind, finances and attitude; a woman who gets her way by any means necessary.” The model, actress, Machine Gun Kelly’s girlfriend and ex to Wiz Khalifa offers up her tips on how exactly to do all that in this book, while telling her life story, starting from growing up in a rough side of Philly. Also included are tons of never-before-seen photos from her life in and out of the spotlight.

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“Kim” by Sean Smith (out October 20)

Cosmopolitan recently dubbed the Kardashian-Jenner clan “America’s First Family” and at its center is Kim Kardashian, not just a person but a multi-million dollar franchise queen. Celebrity biographer Sean Smith takes readers through Kim’s life and includes some little known facts. It takes fans truly behind the scenes, even more so than the celebrity’s infamous E! reality show.

“Wildflower” by Drew Barrymore (out October 27)

“For some reason I had to write this book. I have become more private every year, and yet these stories were beating on the door of my heart screaming, ‘let me out,'” Drew Barrymore says in her new memoir “Wildflower.” In it, she gives an honest look at her childhood and complicated relationship with her father, and also highlights some of her worst talk show blunders. One thing’s for sure, she didn’t hold back while writing this one.

“Strong Is The New Sexy” by Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi (out Oct. 13)

Snooki went from being the crazy drunk party girl we all loved on “Jersey Shore” to a healthy, married mother. If you’re a partier who wants to get your s–t together, you’ll enjoy Polizzi’s tips on everything from working out to locking it down with your S.O. Taking life advice from Snooki? How times have changed.

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