Jackson’s book focuses on self-esteem issues she faced while growing up in the spotlight.
The book is supposed to be a guide to “achieving your dream wedding,” which may not be the best subject for someone who’s been involved in a very public divorce.
Using personal experiences and courtroom lessons, Judge Karen’s book covers major aspects of living a good life.
Just because you were on “sex in the City” doesn’t make you an expert on perfecting the act of intimacy.
Kirstie Alley has battled with her weight for much of her acting career, and is in no position to give advice on how to lose weight.
Antonia seems to have an easy life on the “Tiny and Toya” show but she reveals all is not golden behind closed doors.
After a terrible divorce and his ex-wife recently releasing a series of embarrassing YouTube videos, it doesn’t seem right for Steve Harvey to give relationship advice.
50 Cent teamed up with Robert Greene to give people a guide to success in life. While 50 may have financial success on his side, he certainly hasn’t been as successful in his music career lately.
As much as people may love Tyra (ahem), no one loves her more than she does herself. This book is a guide to what Tyra thinks are the best beauty tips she’s ever received.
In his memoir, Tyrese gives advice on life lessons but also said in a recent interview about the book with Wendy Williams that “men are expected to cheat.” Not such sound advice.
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With so many celebrities picking up their pens and drafting memoirs, one must wonder if they are helping or hurting the people reading them. Here’s a look at sampling of celeb books old and new.