IT’S ALL ABOUT ME

WANT TO GET A PEEK INTO THE LIVES OF THE RICH AND FA­MOUS? CRACK THE SPINES ON THESE NEW MEM­OIRS

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - AGENDA -

Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling (R 01, Crown Pub­lish­ing) Fol­low­ing on from Is Ev­ery­one Hang­ing Out With­out Me?, Mindy s sec­ond col­lec­tion of es­says fo­cuses on the last ve years of her life, from launch­ing The

Mindy Project to what it is like to be the only In­dian Amer­i­can woman to have her own TV show. I’ll Never Write My Mem­oirs by Grace Jones (R331, Si­mon & Schus­ter) Le­gendary model, mu­si­cian and muse Grace Jones has nally re­leased her mem­oir. She opens up about her re­la­tion­ship with pho­tog­ra­pher Jean-Paul Goude and shares sto­ries about her other fa­mous friends in­clud­ing Andy Warhol and Jerry Hall.

Be­tween the World and Me by Ta-Ne­hisi Coates (R 95, Spiegel & Grau) Writ­ten as a let­ter to his teenage son, Ta-Ne­hisi talks about what it s like to be black in America in 015. In light of the re­cent race-re­lated po­lice bru­tal­ity in­ci­dents in the coun­try, it s par­tic­u­larly poignant.

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