Everyone but Myself by Julie Chavez (1/9)
Julie Chavez thought she was immune to anxiety because she simply didn’t have the time for it. But when she suffers an intense panic attack Julie realizes she must prioritize her mental health and embrace the chaos of life in order to find her true self.
Everything is Everything by Clive Myrie (1/16)
Culture and worldview intertwine in this thought-provoking memoir by British journalist Clive Myrie. Myrie believes growing up black has given him a uniquely empathetic perspective in his reporting and shares how it has affected his views on a variety of events and popular opinions.
A series of health crises sent Division One runner, Jacqueline Alnes, searching for a solution. This is how she discovered the controversial diet fruitarianism. In her memoir, Jacqueline brings the reader along through the highs and lows of her journey to better health as well as unpacks diet culture and the dangerous health messages invading today’s media landscape.
Only Say Good Things by Cyrstal Hefner (1/23)
Crystal Hefner pulls back the curtain on life as the wife of Playboy‘s Hugh Hefner. Her story reveals strict rules, competitive hierarchies, and toxic tendencies. In her memoir, she unpacks how her experiences started her on a journey of discovery and self-worth.
What Have We Here? by Bill Dee Williams (2/13)
Silverscreen icon Billy Dee Williams tells the story of his life and career from The Last Angry Man to Star Wars. He talks about breaking barriers and unique experiences and building a film legacy as a black man in a predominantly white field.
Here After by Amy Lin (3/5)
Amy Lin’s life was turned upside down by the catastrophic loss of her new husband Kurtis and her own health crisis shortly after. In her memoir Here After shares her life with Kurtis and explores the realities of memory and the grieving process.
The House of Hidden Meanings: A Memoir by RuPaul (3/5)
Drag Icon RuPaul shares portraits of his life. Embellished by his sparkling wit, his memoir deep dives into his childhood in San Diego complex family relationships, his rise to infamy, and finding love.
A Very Private School by Charles Spencer (3/12)
Like many of those who come from English nobility, Charles Spencer, 9th Earl of Spencer, was banished to boarding school at a young age. In his memoir, A Very Private School, Spencer gives a behind-the-scenes look at this antiquated tradition by pulling from his own experiences.
All You’ll See is Sky by Janet A. Wilson (4/16)
This is a story of how 25,000 miles can change everything. Chasing a lifelong dream, Janet and her husband set out on an adventure across Africa. On this journey, their marriage is tested, through time and tragedy, ultimately giving way to resilience, forgiveness, and harmony.
The Fortune Tellers Prophecy: A Memoir of an Unlikely Doctor by Lally Pia, MD (4/30)
Lally Pia, MD recounts her unlikely journey to becoming a medical doctor. Through school shutdowns, dirty jobs, red tape, and financial struggles The Fortune Tellers Prophecy is an inspiring tale of Lally’s resilience in the face of adversity that encourages everyone to chase their dreams.