New Season, New Reads

It’s finally here. The season filled with cooler temperatures, sidewalks laden with colorful leaves, and enough pumpkin spiced lattes to satisfy crowds of Starbucks customers has arrived.

It’s also the time for new book releases—especially autobiographical novels. Below are a few books that I’m excited to read this fall:

• Lena Dunham’s “Not That Kind of Girl”
-I haven’t been able to binge-watch Dunham’s show “Girls” just yet, but I do follow her on social media. Simply put, she’s awesome. So, reading her book is on my to-do list. (Available now)

• Amy Poehler’s “Yes, Please”
-From “Saturday Night Live” to “Parks and Recreation,” Poehler’s range of comedic talents are undeniable. So, would hordes of fans want a chance to read her funny tidbits concerning her personal life? Yes, please. (Available October 28)

• “Tory Burch: In Color by Tory Burch”
-“Vogue” editor Anna Wintour wrote the foreword to Burch’s book. Enough Said. (Available October 14)

• “Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography”
-This isn’t a typical autobiography. Instead, Harris’ autobiography invites readers to put themselves into Harris’ shoes while reading about his experiences. (Available October 14)

• “The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year”
-Any man who has had to sit amongst angst-filled reality TV show casts must have some interesting thoughts and insights. Readers can get the inside scoop in Cohen’s upcoming book. (Available November 11)


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