Three bubbly women you know from your TV screen have new books.
It's Not Necessarily Not the Truth: Dreaming Bigger Than the Town You're From (William Morrow) by Jaime Pressly relates her journey from small-town North Carolina to Hollywood; Pressly won an Emmy for playing the deliciously wicked Joy on My Name Is Earl.
Just When I Thought I'd Dropped My Last Egg: Life and Other Calamities (Random House) by Kathie Lee Gifford gathers the Today co-host's quirky thoughts about everything from her sweatshop scandal to having a foot lift to improve her "gnarly" feet.
Might as Well Laugh About It Now (Penguin Group) by Marie Osmond is the entertainer's memoir about growing up in show biz, raising eight children and dealing with divorce, weight issues and more.
Colette Bancroft, Times book editor