Updated 03:27 AM EST, Tue, Nov 30, 2021

Celebrity Books: Top 5 Titles You Don't Wanna Miss Out This Year

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This year, tons of celebrities proved that they have more stories to tell behind the camera. So before 2015 officially winds to a close, make sure that the celebrity-fanatic in you sends out some love to these beloved stars and TV personalities.

1.  "Why Not Me?" by Mindy Kaling

This is the second collection of rib-tickling essays published by the "The Mindy Project" creator and star. The Washington Post said that this book is "funnier, sharper and more confident" than the first one, "Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)."

The book follows the adventures and misadventures of the comedian as she continues to find her place in Hollywood and search for contentment and excitement in every little thing she does. She tackles sundry topics here, from weight loss to anxiety to camera beauty.

2. "Year of Yes" by Shonda Rhimes

It is difficult to believe that the creator of popular shows like "Grey's Anatomy," "Scandal" and "How to Get Away with Murder" (all of which headed by a strong and bold woman) isn't as confident as one would expect her to be and is allergic to interviews and public appearances.

In her memoir, the woman that made "TGIT" a thing opens up about the introvert self that existed before she committed to a year of yes, where she decides to say yes to everything that frightened her.

3. "Wildflower" by Drew Barrymore

This memoir has less drugs and alcohol, compared to her first memoir "The Little Girl Lost," which was largely about all that. Here, the actress talked about various points in her life and career.

She talked about how she supported her mom, the first time she lived on her own and her chuckling moments with Steven Spielberg, Cameron Diaz and his collaborator Adam Sandler.

4. "Strong Looks Better Naked" by Khloe Kardashian

The 31-year-old Kardashian sibling writes about her passion for keeping herself in shape. Khloe has gone through some rough and tough times but she eventually finds comfort in the gym. She believes that her discipline in keeping her body in check translated to every facet of her life.

5. "Modern Romance" by Aziz Ansari

This book is unique in the sense that it sees the "Parks and Recreation" star hilariously explore how the dating meadow has evolved along with the changing times. He writes about how a simple emoji pizza or a 14-word tweet and description can change everything.

The actor listed actual data and facts in the book with the help of New York University sociology professor Eric Klinenberg and, together, they managed to produce a bestselling "sprightly, easygoing hybrid of fact, observation, advice and comedy," as reviewed by The New York Times

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