In this raucous collection of true-life stories, actress and comedian Chelsea Handler recounts her time spent in the social trenches with that wild, strange, irresistible, and often gratifying beast: the one-night stand.
Eve O. Schaub challenged her family to join her on a quest to eat no added sugar for an entire year. Along the way, she uncovered the real costs of our sugar-heavy American diet—including diabetes, obesity, and other health problems. Here is what "kicking the sugar addiction" looks like for a real American family.
A Searing Memoir of the Battle to Integrate Little Rock's Central High
Melba Pattillo Beals Lisa Reneé Pitts
Drawn from personal diaries, Warriors Don't Cry is the riveting true story of Melba Beals's experience as one of the first nine black teenagers chosen to integrate the Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, 1957.
Two Years, 262 Bodies, and the Making of a Medical Examiner
Judy Melinek, MD, T. J. Mitchell Tanya Eby
The fearless memoir of a young forensic pathologist's "rookie season" as a New York City medical examiner and the cases—hair-raising, heartbreaking, and impossibly complex—that shaped her as both a physician and a mother.
Veteran comedian and radio personality Artie Lange turns an unflinching eye and his signature wit on his perilous descent through drugs and depression and ultimately, his recovery, in the follow-up to his hilarious debut memoir, #1 New York Times bestseller Too Fat to Fish.