There have to be certain times when we have wondered what if someone writes a book based on my life, what the title would be, what major incidents would be included in it, and more or what if I ever write a book, what it would be about. In this article, we are going to talk about celebrities who became authors and took the responsibility to write a book based on them and some just wanted to give their creativity a pen and paper. Here we are going to read about 10 best books written by celebrities.
Celebrities Who Became Authors: 10 Best Books Written By Celebrities –
- Gray – Pete Wentz
- The Boy in the Dress – David Walliams
- Wishing Spell – Chris Colfer
- The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories – Tim Burton
- Lightning Girl – Alesha Dixon
- Palo Alto – James Franco
- Riding the Elephant – Craig Ferguson
- Wildwood – Colin Meloy
- Paradise Alley – Sylvester Stallone
- Lean on Pete – Willy Vlautin
Gray – Pete Wentz
Pete Wentz is an American musician and music video director popular for his work with the Fall Out Boy. This book is moving and depressing at the same time. Some of us might relate to it or perhaps just relate with the isolation that this book profoundly provides.
The Boy in the Dress – David Walliams
David Walliams is an actor and writer, popular for his role in Little Britain. His debut children’s novel The Boy in the Dress is about a boy named Dennis who gets familiar with Lisa and lives out his dream of wearing a dress. The book and the movie both are equally moving.
Wishing Spell – Chris Colfer
Chris Colfer is a renowned actor most notable for the role of Kurt Hummel in Glee. This story is about twins named Alex and Conner. With the help of mysterious powers, they escape from their world to a foreign world where they meet their childhood fairy tale characters. After a lot of encounters with horrifying characters such as witches, wolves, goblins, and more they would realize it is not as easy to get back home as they thought.
The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories – Tim Burton
Tim Burton is a popular American film writer and director known for his dark imagery. This poetry book deals with topics such as black humor, women who have babies to dominate men, hybrid kids, and more. A lot of these characters would later occur in the popular Flash series.
Lightning Girl – Alesha Dixon
Alesha Dixon, a popular British singer, and rapper wrote this book in collaboration with author Katy Birchall. Aurora Beam, 10-year-old lives with her ordinary family. Her mom is a secret superhero and her father is the one who takes care of her home. How would Aurora balance her life and school when she will get aware of her superpowers? Will she be able to keep her power a secret from her friends?
Palo Alto – James Franco
James Franco is a popular American actor, writer, film director, and producer. Franco writes about a group of teens as they are exploring and experimenting in their age, with their struggles with families and each other, and gives in to self-destruction. All of these characters will seem relatable.
Riding the Elephant – Craig Ferguson
Ferguson is an American actor, comedian popular for his wit in the Late Late Show. This book has stories that are politically wrong for social media, too meditative for comedy acts, and too graphic for TV. He talks about his profound affection for his native Scotland, the change of mentality that happened due to fatherhood, his aging from the perspective of a younger him, and more.
Wildwood – Colin Meloy
Colin Meloy is an American singer and songwriter who wrote this children’s fantasy novel which is about two seventh-grade students who went to a concealed magical forest while trying to find a kid abducted by crows. They get caught up in a challenge and get to know about their bond to a magical parallel universe while tackling adult authorities which is frequently dishonest.
Paradise Alley – Sylvester Stallone
Sylvester Stallone is an American actor, producer, screenwriter, and filmmaker. He is popular for his role in the Rocky series. This book is set in 1946, the lives of three brothers altered as they got aware of the fact that one of them has the skill for wrestling.
Lean on Pete – Willy Vlautin
Willy Vlautin is a singer and songwriter who in Lean On Pete describes the life choices of American youth. 15-year-old Charley Thompson wants a place to stay, food on the table, and an institution to study for more than a year. He runs escapes, steals, conceals, adopts fake identities, and lives a blurred life of crime. So how will Charley go on with his life?