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Reese Witherspoon on Whiskey in A Teacup, Book-to-Film Adaptations & Reads You Must Pick Up
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Alison Luther
September 2018
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Alison Luther
September 2018

We’ve kept a close eye on Academy Award-winning actress and producer Reese Witherspoon in recent years as she’s become something of a literary ambassador – sharing her love for reading, launching her Hello Sunshine Book Club on Audible and spreading the word about up-and-coming authors. She has also made a name for herself in the book-to-film adaptation business, acquiring the rights to more than a dozen books, with plans to bring them to the screen.

Naturally, it was about time she write a book of her very own – and lucky for us, Whiskey in a Teacup: What Growing Up in the South Taught Me About Life, Love and Baking Biscuits debuts in just a few days!

“It's all about Southern living and my Southern heritage, and how that sort of informs pretty much everything I can do,' Witherspoon says in an Instagram video. “'From what I eat to how I decorate to how I celebrate family traditions – even how I do my hair.”

Although it’s just around the corner, she’s teased us on Instagram with recipes like this one that we’ll find in her book. Here’s what we know we can expect: lots of southern style, her entertaining tips and insight into her family’s most beloved traditions.

Reese’s grandmother Dorothea always said that a combination of beauty and strength made southern women “whiskey in a teacup.” We can’t wait to see all the southern goodness this book holds in store for us!

Wanna catch Reese in person as she talks Whiskey in a Tea Cup, style and more? Check out her book tour schedule here.

What to Read in the Meantime

Need to prep yourself before you crack open Reese’s guide to southern style? Here are a few books that Reese fans and bookworms alike may want to pick up:

Celebrate Everything!: Fun Ideas to Bring Your Parties to Life by Darcy Miller
Celebrations expert and author Darcy Miller shares her tips on making special occasions unforgettable. For readers who love to entertain, each page is filled with inspiration and stunning photography, along with ideas on simplifying the planning strategy, DIY projects and more.

Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll
(Reese Witherspoon optioned this book for film even before it hit bookstore shelves!)

Ani FaNelli reinvented herself after a humiliating stunt when she was a teenager and is now a vision of success and power. But when pieces of her past begin to emerge, her perfect world begins to crumble. To maintain her glitzy lifestyle, she must scramble to pick up the pieces.

Napkin Notes: Make Lunch Meaningful, Life Will Follow by W. Garth Callaghan
(This one was also swept up by Reese, and is being worked on for a big screen adaptation.)

W. Garth Callaghan began writing short inspirational notes on the napkins that he put into his daughter, Emma’s, lunchbox each day. Soon after he began this touching ritual, Callaghan was diagnosed with kidney cancer, fueling his determination to make the time he had left more meaningful.

Magnolia Table: A Collection of Recipes for Gathering by Joanna Gaines and Marah Stets
Filled with offerings from Chip and Joanna Gaines’s new Waco restaurant, this cookbook is all about celebrating family and togetherness. Homegrown and home-cooked are at this book’s core, with personal stories and stunning photos throughout.

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