Michelle Obama Extends Book Tour As Memoir Sales Top 3 Million"Becoming," published four weeks ago, is among the fastest-selling nonfiction books in history and already among the best-selling political memoirs of all time.
Michelle Obama's Memoir Sells More Than 725,000 CopiesReviews of the book, which traces Obama's journey from Chicago's South Side to the White House, have been positive, with The Washington Post praising its "impressive balance in telling the truth of her challenges while repeatedly acknowledging her lucky life."
Michelle Obama Begins National Book Tour In ChicagoMrs. Obama talked openly about her time in the White House, her relationship with Barack Obama, and her family.
In New Book, Michelle Obama Criticizes Trump And Reveals Infertility IssuesThe former First Lady also revealed her fertility challenges in the book. She said she suffered a miscarriage and did in vitro fertilization to have her two daughters.
Oprah To Interview Michelle Obama On Chicago Book Tour StopValerie Jarrett, a former senior advisor to President Obama, is slated to moderate the book tour when it hits Washington D.C. on Saturday November 17 and Dallas, Texas on Monday December 17th.
Michelle Obama Kicks Off Book Tour At United CenterMrs. Obama will appear at the United Center on Tuesday November 13 to promote her new memoir "Becoming."
Michelle Obama To Visit Chicago, Nine Other Cities For Book TourThe former first lady will begin at the United Center in her native Chicago on Nov. 13, the book's release date.
Chicago’s Priceless Things To Do This Week: September 15th-21stCheck out the priceless things to do this week in Chicago, week of September 15th-21st.
Rahm To Hillary: "Dead Broke? Really?"Mayor Rahm Emanuel ribbed former Secretary of State and former First Lady Hillary Clinton, for stating in an interview this week that she and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, were “dead broke” when they left the White House in 2001.
President Bush Visits Chicago On Book TourAs the families of veterans who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan remember and honor their loved ones, the commander in chief who sent them there is visiting Chicago today.