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March is Women's History Month. Let's support the ladies we love by reading their books.
Whether it's Oprah Winfrey helping you find your life's purpose or Amy Schumer's humorous autobiography, you are bound to learn a thing or two about becoming the best version of yourself through these reads.
Jessica Simpson shares her innermost struggles with alcoholism, body image, and her romantic relationships. Mariah Carey shares her journey from her tough childhood to super stardom. Gabrielle Union details her personal trauma as a sexual assault survivor and her trials and tribulations in the entertainment industry. Hilarie Burton Morgan went from a big city actress to living on a farm. Michelle Obama divulges behind-the-scenes information about her life before, during, and after serving as the first lady of the United States.
Scroll below to check out some of the books you need to level up as a boss during Women's History Month!
The Rural Diaries: Love, Livestock, and Big Life Lessons Down on Mischief Farm by Hilarie Burton Morgan
One Tree Hill alum Hilarie Burton Morgan has left Hollywood behind for life on the farm while she raises her family. She dishes on the ups and downs of marriage with Jeffrey Dean Morgan, discusses fertility difficulties, shares recipes, and provides home renovation insights in her book The Rural Diaries: Love, Livestock, and Big Life Lessons Down on Mischief Farm.
The Meaning of Mariah by Mariah Carey
The notoriously private Mariah Carey shares a behind-the-scenes look at the true stories behind her biggest hits in The Meaning of Mariah. She reflects on how she struggled to understand her identity as a biracial girl growing up in New York. The singer even spills some tea on her romances with Derek Jeter, Nick Cannon and Tommy Mottola.
We're Going to Need More Wine: Stories That Are Funny, Complicated, and True by Gabrielle Union
Gabrielle Union doesn't hold back in We're Going to Need More Wine: Stories That Are Funny, Complicated, and True. She peels back the layers about the competition between women in the entertainment industry, how she felt growing up in a white California suburb, the trauma of sexual assault, and how all of those experiences have shaped who she is today.
Untamed by Glennon Doyle
Activist Glennon Doyle's discusses how she found her own voice in her memoir Untamed. As she navigates divorce and starts a new, blended family, she discovers "how to fully live."
Open Book by Jessica Simpson
Yes, Jessica Simpson used to share her life (and tuna fish confusion) on reality TV, but she managed to keep so many aspects of her life private... until she released her autobiography Open Book. She shares raw emotions about her struggles with drinking, her on-again-off-again relationship with John Mayer, and the insecurities that accompanied her "dumb blonde" persona.
The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes The World by Melinda Gates
Melinda Gates inspires readers to support each other in her book The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes The World. The philanthropist believes that everyone can be successful and that women should make it a point to support one another. She may have a blessed life, but even she has the same difficulties that keep everyday women up at night, including her admitted struggles to find equality in her marriage with Bill Gates.
One Life by Megan Rapinoe
Soccer star Megan Rapinoe is unstoppable on the field, but her journey to Olympic success wasn't easy. In One Life, Rapinoe talks about it all, from taking a knee with Colin Kaepernick, to being open about her sexuality.
The Wellness Remodel by Christina Anstead
Christina Anstead and her co-author Cara Clark wrote the ideal book to help anyone who's in need of a fresh start. The Wellness Remodel breaks down the aspects of self-care into three key components- nutrition, mindfulness, and exercise.
Hell and Other Destinations by Madeleine Albright
America's first female secretary of state, Madeleine Albright, exemplifies that age is just a number in her latest memoir Hell and Other Destinations.
Find Your Path by Carrie Underwood
Carrie Underwood has been praised for her dedication to fitness, but she recognizes that what works for her isn't always the best for someone else. In her book, the singer encourages readers how to find their own path in addition to sharing her favorite recipes and workout routines.
The Gift of Forgiveness by Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt
Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt conducted in-depth interviews with people who have "overcome the unforgivable," including Elizabeth Smart, who was abducted as a child, and Sue Klebold, whose son was one of the Columbine shooters. Schwarzenegger Pratt also sheds light on her struggles to forgive in her own life in The Gift Of Forgiveness.
Becoming by Michelle Obama
Michelle Obama lets readers into the inner workings of her life before she became a public figure and provides some behind-the-scenes insights on how she handled life as the first lady of the United States.
Survival of the Thickest by Michelle Buteau
In her collection of stories, Michelle Buteau shares her honest and hilarious takes on everything from body image to getting started in standup comedy to being in an interracial marriage.
The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo by Amy Schumer
Amy Schumer's collection of very candid essays will have you laughing out loud.
Year of Yes: How to Dance It Out Stand In the Sun and Be Your Own Person by Shonda Rimes
Shonda Rimes spent a year saying "yes" to every opportunity that scared her. And then she wrote a book about that adventure and how it changed her life for the better.
The Path Made Clear: Discovering Your Life's Direction & Purpose by Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey provides her insight on how everyone can find success in their own lives and become the most fulfilled version of themselves in The Path Made Clear: Discovering Your Life's Direction & Purpose.
Still looking for a great book? Check out these 16 books we recommend for your March reading list.
—Originally published March 8, 2019 at 3:00 a.m. PT