Do stars who have never left the public consciousness really need comebacks?
Accomplished NBA champion and recent Oscar winner, Kobe Bryant will soon become a published author. Announced yesterday, Bryant will be releasing The Mamba Mentality: How I Play in October.
As is normal with the everyday tribulations of employees, June Kenton decided to share her day-to-day working experiences with the world. Kenton happened to share her experiences in her new book, Storm in a D-Cup.
Tina Turner has announced her second autobiography, Tina Turner: My Love Story, which will be published by Atria and released in October 2018.
Aside from authors and artists, musicians are some of my favorite people. Although their titles may vary, aren't they similar in a way? They create something based on their views, their experiences, and their thoughts on the world around them.
When reading novels or watching their film adaptations, our love tends to grow for the characters we are drawn to, but what about real life stories? For some reason we find some people harder to love and understand than others.
To complement their wonderful albums, we need more work by these artists in which to immerse our lives. Here is a list of all the reasons why we want these autobiographies, even though some may be slightly impossible...
1. Jeff Mangum
From 1939 to 1945, the German Nazi regime murdered approximately 11 million civilians.
Celebrities love to share their stories with the world. Some of the most popular nonfiction books are memoirs and autobiographies from famous actors, singers, journalists, and comedians. They also have some of the funniest, most distinctive titles on bookshelves.