Whiskey in a Teacup


Author: Reese Witherspoon

Out: September 18

Hollywood’s Southern belle makes her literary debut with the release of her lifestyle/cookbook, Whiskey in a Teacup. The book gets its title from Witherspoon’s grandmother, who likens southern women to “whiskey in a teacup”—delicate on the outside, but strong and fiery inside. It’s filled with advice from Reese and Grandma Dorothea on everything from entertaining and cooking, to decorating and using hot rollers. Get ready to start living your best life, y’all.


Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life


Author: Gisele Bündchen

Out: October 2

If there’s anyone we’re down to take advice from, it’s supermodel-entrepreneur-activist-cool-mom Gisele Bündchen. Her memoir chronicles her life in Brazil and rise to the top of the modelling industry and also includes health and wellness tips throughout. And, this being a model’s book, there are photos throughout. 


My Squirrel Days


Author: Ellie Kemper

Out: October 9

If you’ve just finished binge-watching the third season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and you’re not sure what to do with your life, then golly gee willikers, you’re in luck! Ellie Kemper’s collection of essays will take you on a roundabout adventure through her life and her journey to becoming a famously funny lady, a wife and a mom.


In Pieces


Author: Sally Field

Out: September 18

We don’t have a ton of details about this book yet (Field is purposely keeping deets under wraps until the book is released), but we do know that it took the two-time Academy Award winner seven years to write the tome that explores explore her complicated childhood, relationships and career choices. Based on the beautiful cover art, we can almost guarantee that it’s going to be a tearjerker.


This Will Only Hurt a Little


Author: Busy Philipps

Out: October 16

You’re probably used to seeing Busy Philipps pop up on your TV screens and Insta stories but now you get to see her on your bookshelf, too. The actress turned influencer’s memoir will feature stories about growing up in Arizona, her teenage years, her career as an actress and, most importantly, the meaning behind her new tattoo (as first seen on—where else?—her IG.) 



Cravings: Hungry for More


Author: Chrissy Teigen

Out: September 18

Is this book a memoir? No. Is that going to stop us from adding this to our list? No. Teigen’s witty recipe titles like, “Twitter’s (and Uncle Mike’s) Banana Bread,” make us even more excited for her second cookbook filled with quick and healthy-ish recipes.


I Might Regret This: Essays, Drawings, Vulnerabilities and Other Stuff


Author: Abbi Jacobson

Out: October 30

Abbi Jacobson, co-creator and co-star of Broad City, pairs wild humour with practical advice in a memoir that deals with relatable topics like love, loss, work, career and discovering your true self. It’s the perfect reality check.


My Love Story


Author: Tina Turner

Out: October 18

Love’s got everything to do with it in the singer’s new memoir about her rise to fame and life in the spotlight. My Love Story is a sequel to Turner’s first best-selling memoir I, Tina, in which she opened up about her abusive relationship with ex-husband Ike Turner. This time she’s back talking about everything from finding love after heartbreak, to surviving a life-threatening illness and what 60 years in the music industry is really like.


Imagine John Yoko


Author: John Lennon and Yoko Ono

Out: October 9

Imagine John Yoko gives never-before-seen insight into the story of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s life, work and relationship while the Beatles member was recording his iconic solo album Imagine in 1971. The book features archival photos, lyric sheets, floor plans of their in-home studio in England and personal testimonies from some of the people involved in the creative process of making the album.




Author: Michelle Obama

Out: November 13

If this book is even half as incredible as the First Lady, activist and style icon herself, we’ll be impressed. Obama’s emotional and intimate memoir will chronicle everything—from her childhood in the South Side of Chicago to her years as a successful executive and, of course, her time at the White House—this isn’t just one of the must-read memoirs of the year, it’s one of the most anticipated books, period.