Sorry Not Sorry by Naya Rivera
Glee star Naya Rivera’s autobiography is unapologetically honest – which is exactly why you won’t be able to put it down. Among the highlights? Butting heads with Glee co-star Lea Michele and catching then-BF Big Sean with a certain “Dangerous Woman”. #juicy
Nasty Galaxy by Sophia Amoruso
Nasty Gal founder and New York Times best-selling author of #GIRLBOSS is back with another coffee-table read. Sophia Amoruso’s Nasty Galaxy is a highly visual (think lots and lots of photos) compilation of short BS-free personal essays, interviews with a dozen #girlbosses (Gwyneth Paltrow and Leandra Medine included), and inspirational quotes to help you cope with adulting.
Gone 'Til November: A Journal of Rikers Island by Lil Wayne
Based on a journal Lil Wayne kept during his eight-month incarceration at Rikers for gun possession charges, Gone ‘Til November is a first-hand look at the rapper’s mundane musings about the highs and lows behind bars. He talks American Idol, officiating a gay marriage, and yes, that time Drake came to visit him in jail to confess he had hooked up with Wayne’s girl.