What celebrities are reading this fall

celebrities are reading this fall

Like every other book lover, celebrities love a new season of books from their favorite authors and new voices. Check out what some of our favorite celebrities are reading this fall and pick up their most recent book faves!

Sarah Michelle Gellar is reading Pull Up A Chair: Recipes from My Family to Yours by Tiffani Thiessen

Saved by the Bell and Beverly Hills 90210 alum Tiffani Thiessen just rolled out her first cookbook featuring over 100 recipes. With the intent of bringing people together, these recipes remind readers and food lovers alike that enjoying time with the people you love is the best part of doing anything.

Lea Michele is reading A Simple Favor by Darcey Bell

A Simple Favor tells the story of Stephanie and Emily’s twisted friendship. Stephanie feels as if she knows everything about Emily until one day Emily disappears. Stephanie now has to rethink everything, including who Emily is and who she is married to, while keeping secrets of her own. Did Emily disappear on her own terms, or is she really missing?

Hilary Swank is reading To Shake the Sleeping Self by Jedidiah Jenkins

Before his 30th birthday, Jedidiah Jenkins decides to quit his dream job and spend the next year and a half cycling from Oregon to Patagonia. Chronicling his experience on Instagram, his posts were picked up by National Geographic and The Paris Review. Jedidiah writes about the adventure that changed his life and talks about the people and places he met along the way.

Sophia Bush is reading The Best American Travel Writing 2018 edited by Cheryl Strayed and Jason Wilson

Cheryl Strayed, author of Wild, edited this new collection of stories from people’s travel experiences. The Best American Travel Writing 2018 opens a window into a world where others may not be able to experience.

Sarah Jessica Parker is reading She Would be King by Wayétu Moore

After being exiled from her West African village of Lai, Gbessa experiences dangerous situations that she eventually conquers. Destined to make a difference, she teams up with two young men in Monrovia. They are able to help each other out in ways they never dreamt possible. In the middle of a new nation’s formation, these remarkable people are able to help rebuild the relationship between their tribes and African American settlers.

Jessica Duffield

Jessica Duffield is a senior at the University of Missouri- Columbia in the Missouri School of Journalism. She is studying journalism with an emphasis in magazine editing. Duffield plans to graduate in spring 2019 with a degree in journalism and a minor in English. In the fall of 2017, Duffield worked at the Columbia Missourian newspaper. In the years 2017-2018, Duffield has been writing for Paperback Paris online. She is currently working on her own book blog at jessicasabooklover.wordpress.com. Duffield has always been an avid reader, but she also enjoys binging Netflix shows, watching the Kansas City Royals and Chiefs and being with family and friends. After graduation, she hopes to continue to work in the book publishing industry in any capacity she can.

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