Reba McEntire Plots Her Next Career Move: ‘I’m So Excited’

Singer, actress, businesswoman. Is there anything Reba can’t do?


Lauren Jo Black

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April 21, 2022

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Reba McEntire; Photo Courtesy ABC

Never one to slow down, Reba McEntire announced her newest career venture this week, revealing plans to release a new book. 

Set to drop in the fall of 2023, the lifestyle book will be published via Harper Celebrate, a gift book imprint of HarperCollins Focus. According to a press release, the full-color book will feature “personal stories, food and cocktail recipes, and lifestyle tips that range from hosting to packing a suitcase.”

Reba; Photo by John Russell, CMA
Reba; Photo by John Russell, CMA

Each chapter of the yet-to-be-titled book will be centered around of theme from one of her songs, including grit, family legacy, being curious, and prioritizing the things that matter most.

“I’m so excited to partner with the Harper Celebrate team to create my first lifestyle book where I will share stories, behind the scenes photos, some of my favorite recipes and life lessons I’ve learned over the years,” Reba shared in a statement. “I know my fans are going to love it!”

Photo Courtesy Reba McEntire 1
Photo Courtesy Reba McEntire

“Reba is universally beloved for her talent, humor, and unapologetic authenticity,” added Michael Aulisio, vice president and publisher, Harper Celebrate. “This book will offer readers a seat at Reba’s table as she shares her hard-earned wisdom on what it means to live a good life. And let me assure you, there will be a lot of fun had along the way.”

The upcoming book will be Reba’s third author credit, following Reba: My Story, her 1994 memoir written with Tom Carter and Comfort From a Country Quilt, released in 1999. 

The news comes weeks after the release of Reba’s CD & DVD pairing, MY CHAINS ARE GONE. The project debuted as her 28th Top 10 on Billboard’s Country Album Chart.  

Additionally, the superstar recently wrapped REBA: LIVE IN CONCERT, hitting every corner of the country across 20 dates, the superstar treated sold-out audiences to a stacked set of her most celebrated hits. 

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