Six New Memoirs From Famous Faces
The best new celebrity memoirs to add to your to-read list
T.V: BIG ADVENTURES ON THE SMALL SCREEN
Comedy legend Peter Kay takes you on his journey into the world of TV, from tea-making in Granada to behind the scenes on Phoenix Nights, Max & Paddy and Car Share. Charming, funny (obviously) and nostalgic, Peter shares plenty of anecdotes in this new must-read.
This one-of-a-kind memoir comes from Bradford-born actor, comedian and musician Adrian (Ade) Edmondson. He burst into the comedy circuit in the 80s but how did a child brought up in a strict Methodist household and in boarding schools end up joining the revolution? He’s part Norse, so could it be his berserker heritage?
Billy has wandered to every corner of the earth and believes that being a Rambling Man is a state of mind. In this new book, he explores this philosophy and how it’s shaped him, as well as sharing hilarious stories from his life on the road, from riding his trike down America’s Route 66 to building an igloo on an iceberg in the Arctic.
THE TW*T FILES
This hilarious memoir contains Dawn’s personal stories of the times she’s made mistakes, misunderstood stuff and messed up – many of which have been in public. She hopes by sharing these stories that she might remind readers that everyone makes mistakes.
THE WOMAN IN ME
In June 2021, the whole world was listening as Britney Spears spoke in an open court. The Woman in Me, for the first time, reveals her journey and shares the power of music and love, and the importance of a woman telling her own story, on her own terms.
Leigh-Anne’s life changed overnight when she became part of the first ever girl band to win The X Factor, but behind the scenes she was struggling with her identity and felt lost. In this honest memoir, she shares her journey from growing up in a mixed-race family in Britain to taking the pop world by storm.