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If you’re dreaming of fame yourself and hunting for the perfect inspiring read to keep you motivated well into spring, a number of celebrity biographies hit the shelves this month. From words of wisdom to success stories, March offers an opportunity to learn more about your favourite stars. Whether you’re a diehard Superwoman fan or obsessed with Lily Collins, here are a few Hollywood approved celebrity books to read in the weeks ahead.
Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me by Lily Collins, HarperCollins: With acting credits like The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones and Love, Rosie, actress Lily Collins is far more than just a pretty face. The 27-year-old star has now written a new collection of personal essays, slated to hit the shelves on March 7. From body image to dating, Collins delves into her own experiences and aims to share her best advice with her readers.
The Maddie Diaries: My Story by Maddie Ziegler, Simon Schuster Ltd: Although Maddie Ziegler may be just 14 years old, the talented young dancer has already amassed quite the fan following. Trained by Abby Lee Miller, the former star of Dance Moms now spills her story in this memoir (which is out on March 7).
Grace Notes: My Recollections by Katey Sagal, Gallery Books: As an actress who has voiced Leela on Futurama and also famously played Peggy Bundy on Married… with Children, Katey Sagal has become a household name in Hollywood. Her new read Grace Notes hits the shelves on March 21, and details both her personal and professional life. Sagal also shares highly intimate moments, such as her battle with cancer and the deaths of her parents.
How to Be a Bawse: A Guide to Conquering Life by Lilly Singh, Ballantine Books: Known as Superwoman, Canadian YouTube personality Lilly Singh has become known for her comedic videos. While Singh may depict multiple characters in her clips (including a pair of stereotypical Indian parents), she is also recognized for her humble nature. In her new book (which hits the shelves on March 28), Singh discusses personal relationships, her rise to fame and the most important lessons along the way.