Have you always wanted to be besties with Sara Bareilles? Or sift through Kim K鈥檚 selfie collection? Date Aziz Ansari? Now you can (kind of) do all those things. These celebs aren鈥檛 just gracing us with their presence on social media, TV and the big screen 鈥 they鈥檙e releasing books. From emotionally wrenching tales of divorce to silly poems about aliens for kids, our fave famous faces are giving us some fierce literary face.

1. Modern Romance ($20, out June 16): Inspired by his extensive standup on the subject, comedian Aziz Ansari has a book coming out this summer about the ridiculousness, hilarity and perils of modern dating. We鈥檝e already pre-ordered ours, so you should probably get yours too. Go ahead, treat yo鈥 self. (Photo via Mike Windle/Getty)

2. The 7 Secrets of Awakening the Highly Effective Four-Hour Giant, Today ($13): Written by the gang behind It鈥檚 Always Sunny in Philadelphia, this book comes what can only be described as an insane, get-rich scheme that only these weirdos could come up with. So, obviously it鈥檚 hilarious. (Photo via Frazer Harrison/Getty)

3. Girl in a Band ($28): Sonic Youth co-founder Kim Gordon has written an autobiography, and it鈥檚 filled with juicy details such as: no one likes Jeff Koons. Written after her marriage with Thurston Moore ended, this memoir isn鈥檛 light, but it does give a great peek into the life of rock legends. (Photo via Ben Gabbe/Getty)

4. TBA by Laverne Cox (Book out 2015): We are dying with anticipation for Laverne Cox鈥檚 memoir. She鈥檚 proven herself over and over again to be a hyper-articulate, incredibly intelligent speaker. Getting the skinny on her whole life story is shaping up to be one of the literary events of next year. (Photo via Ethan Miller/Getty)

5. Dear Mr. You (Out fall 2015): Weeds star Mary-Louise Parker isn鈥檛 just a Tony Award-winning actress, she鈥檚 also an upcoming author from Scribner. In what is classified as a 鈥渁utobiographical literary work of non-fiction,鈥 Ms. Parker recounts her life in letters to men. (Photo via Andrew Walker/Getty)

6. TBA by Shonda Rhimes (Out 2015): She gave us Gray鈥檚 Anatomy, Private Practice and Scandal. But now this prolific small-screen queen is giving us some memoir realness. Is it wrong to hope there鈥檚 a chapter dedicated to Dr. McDreamy? (Photo via Christopher Polk/Getty)

7. TBA by Jon Cryer (Out spring 2015): It鈥檚 probably safe to assume that this Two and a Half Men star will probably talk a bit about Charlie Sheen鈥檚 epic meltdown in relation to the production of their uber popular sitcom. (Photo via Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty)

8. Selfish ($12, out May 5): It was only a matter of time before the empress of selfies got a book deal. Featuring the best of her best selfies, this book lets you stare at Kim K鈥檚 face to pass the time until the next Keeping up with the Kardashians comes on. (Photo via Scott Barbour/Getty)

9. Even Divas Need Day Jobs ($25, out fall 2015): It鈥檚 true. And as anyone who watches RuPaul鈥檚 Drag Race knows, Michelle Visage spits the truth. So set yourself free from your 鈥減ersonal closet鈥 and get your mitts on this one. (Photo via Robin Merchant/Getty)

10. Neon Aliens Ate My Homework ($15): Nick Cannon? Neon aliens? What else could you possibly need? This collection of sweet, silly poems is perfect read aloud to your tots, ages 6+. (Photo via Rich Polk/Getty)

11. Sara Bareilles: She recently made a coy Insta-announcement that she was in a book meeting. And obviously, we need to know more asap. This songstress is our total make-believe bestie, along with J-Law and Taylor Swift or course. (Photo via Christopher Polk/Getty)

What celeb do you wish would write a book? Let us know in the comments below!