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Michael J. Fox's new book, plus more of the best celebrity memoirs

Wonderwall Logo By Megan Riedlinger of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 38: As the country continues to social distance and stay home amid the coronavirus pandemic, it's the perfect time to pick up a good, juicy book. And lucky for us, some of our favorite celebs have penned some pretty entertaining memoirs about their glamorous and drama-filled lives. Wonderwall.com has rounded up some of the best books written by pop singers, movie and TV stars, reality TV staples and more. Let's start with this Emmy-winning actor's new book... Nearly 30 years after he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease at 29, "Family Ties" star Michael J. Fox released a new book, "No Time Like the Future: An Optimist Considers Mortality," on Nov. 17. The memoir -- his fourth -- covers the highs and lows he's endured in recent years amid his health struggle, his second retirement from acting, his musings on being pushed around in a wheelchair and treated as "luggage," his enduring love and gratitude for wife Tracy Pollan and much more as he faces an uncertain future. "Absent a chemical intervention, Parkinson's will render me frozen, immobile, stone-faced, and mute -- entirely of the mercy of my environment," the "Back to the Future" franchise star writes in his book, in which he doesn't pretend it's easy to stay positive. "For someone for whom motion equals emotion, vibrance and relevance, it's a lesson in humility." Keep reading for more...RELATED "Family Ties" cast: Where are they now?

As the country continues to social distance and stay home amid the coronavirus pandemic, it's the perfect time to pick up a good, juicy book. And lucky for us, some of our favorite celebs have penned some pretty entertaining memoirs about their glamorous and drama-filled lives. Wonderwall.com has rounded up some of the best books written by pop singers, movie and TV stars, reality TV staples and more. Let's start with this Emmy-winning actor's new book... Nearly 30 years after he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease at 29, "Family Ties" star Michael J. Fox released a new book, "No Time Like the Future: An Optimist Considers Mortality," on Nov. 17. The memoir -- his fourth -- covers the highs and lows he's endured in recent years amid his health struggle, his second retirement from acting, his musings on being pushed around in a wheelchair and treated as "luggage," his enduring love and gratitude for wife Tracy Pollan and much more as he faces an uncertain future. "Absent a chemical intervention, Parkinson's will render me frozen, immobile, stone-faced, and mute -- entirely of the mercy of my environment," the "Back to the Future" franchise star writes in his book, in which he doesn't pretend it's easy to stay positive. "For someone for whom motion equals emotion, vibrance and relevance, it's a lesson in humility." Keep reading for more...

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