Rachel Lindsay Explores Life if She Had Said No to The Bachelor in Her First Novel
What if Rachel Lindsay had never been The Bachelorette? That’s what she’s exploring in her first novel, Real Love, which hits shelves today. The novel follows Maya Johnson, a career-driven woman who says no to becoming the star of dating reality series Real Love, only to see her best friend Delilah take the opportunity. Lindsay told Entertainment Weekly that writing the novel was “such a fun process. I would totally want to do it again… Now I want to see these characters out in real life. I want it to be a series or a movie or something like that, but then I want to explore more of that by writing more. I’ve just got to think of the idea.” Real Love is now available in bookstores everywhere.
Jason Derulo is Writing His First Book
Jason Derulo is writing his first book, Sing Your Name Out Loud: 15 Rules for Living Your Dream, which will be published by HarperCollins. The book will include Derulo’s “15 tried-and-true rules for finding creative excellence, increased productivity, self-mastery, and success in any pursuit.” Derulo also announced in a tweet that he will be narrating the audiobook. The book will be available everywhere on June 27, and it’s available for preorder now.
Trevor Noah is Back with a New Book Deal
Former Daily Show host and author of the bestselling memoir Born A Crime Trevor Noah is back with a new book deal with publisher One World. Noah’s next project is a novel that the publisher describes as a “gorgeously illustrated and moving modern fable for readers of all ages about forgiveness, acceptance and the secret to solidarity.” The book doesn’t yet have a title, but it’s scheduled for a fall 2023 release.
10 Queer Books You Need to Read in March
Celebrate new releases, Women’s History Month, Janet Mock’s birthday, and more with these queer books you need to read in March.