Category: Books

SISTER WIVES Christine Brown’s bookshelf tells us A LOT about her relationship issues with Kody

The Sister Wives Season 17 Premiere was almost entirely comprised of a conversation between Kody Brown and Christine Brown as they discussed their failing relationship after 27 years of marriage. A lot is revealed in what is said between the estranged spouses, but there is even more to unpack from the scenes if you read between the Browns. Keep reading for details on 15 of the books on Christine’s bookshelf, which seem to paint a clear portrait of a woman who has put A LOT of time and effort into learning how to value herself: her emotions, her feelings, her desires, and her happiness.

Geoffrey Paschel writing autobiography, Varya visits him in prison

Convicted kidnapper and abuser Geoffrey Paschel is currently serving the first year of his 18-year sentence at a state prison in northeast Tennessee. Despite being locked up, the 44-year-old former 90 Day Fiance Before the 90 Days star is managing to stay busy. In addition to helping out with his appeal, Geoffrey is also writing an autobiography and receiving visits from his Russian girlfriend, Varya Malina.

   

New Amber Portwood book ‘So, You’re Crazy Too?’ cover and details

Teen Mom OG star Amber Portwood is currently enrolled in college and claims to be working her way towards getting a doctorate in neurological psychology. In addition to her school work and occasional rage sessions on Instagram live, Amber has also been busy writing another book! Well, co-writing another book. Keep reading for all the details on her second memoir, titled So, You’re Crazy Too?.

   

Below Deck Med Bugsy Drake tablescaping book with foreword by Capt. Sandy Yawn

Below Deck Mediterranean Chief Stew Christine “Bugsy” Drake is expanding her resume to include author! The “Queen of Theme” is sharing her tabletop decorating skills and wisdom in a new book titled The Art of Tablescaping: Deck Out Your Table with the Queen of Theme. The hardcover first edition is scheduled to be release on May 4 and will feature a foreword by Below Deck Med‘s Captain Sandy Yawn!

   

The Kardashians are suppressing a trashy novel about Kim’s sex tape

There is a conspiracy to rob us of crucial entertainment supplies in the midst of a worsening global pandemic, so of course the Kardashian family is behind it. It seems there’s an honest-to-God Kardashian novel out there, about the sex tape scandal that made Kim a household name, written by a former family insider. But the Kardashians — who have so much wealth they shouldn’t give a shit about this, yet maintain the typical pettiness of the truly filthy rich — are apparently blocking the author’s attempts to get it published and into our hands.

PHOTOS VIDEO Chad Dean from My 600 Lb Life published his tell-all memoir

We broke the story of the then-forthcoming weight loss memoir by Chad Dean from My 600 Lb Life a few weeks ago. Since the book's release, Chad has been making the publicity rounds, spilling tons of new info -- and sharing fantastic-looking new weight loss pics! Read on for our roundup, including his Today Show interview and where to buy the book!

Randall Sullivan’s book on the Curse of Oak Island is a love letter to an endless mystery

The Curse of Oak Island: The Story of the World's Longest Treasure Hunt is Randall Sullivan's 400-page ode to the everlasting mysteries after which the Lagina Brothers have lusted for years. The journalist and true crime writer explains the island's history -- and a great many of the theories surrounding it -- in such meticulous detail that at several points you can't help but expect Sullivan to finally untangle the Gordian Knot at the center of both the island and the show itself. And, in a way, he does...

‘My dystopian future come true’: An interview with Isaac Marion, author of ‘The Living’

Isaac Marion has just concluded his Warm Bodies series with The Living, a daring, ambitious novel about societal decay, corporate overreach, true love, and hordes of zombies stalking across the land. Despite what that description probably brings to mind, though, our interview with Marion reveals that little about the novelist matches what you might expect.