I have read Tina Fey's Bossypants four times since it was published in 2011. Fey manages to tell the story of her life in comedy in such a relatable and hilarious way that I'm sure I'll continue to re-read it and recommend it to everyone I know for the next decade or so. Not only does Fey recount funny moments from her childhood (like being accidentally abandoned by her father as he attempts to return a carpet cleaner) but also behind-the-scenes moments from her time on the hit shows Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock (like the day she appeared for the first time as Sarah Palin on SNL, shot an episode of 30 Rock with Oprah, and planned her daughter Alice's fifth birthday party). I especially related to the uncertainty Fey felt in college and her post-graduation life and her devotion to finding the humor in everything around her. If you enjoy Bossypants (or laughter in general), I also recommend Mindy Kaling's Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? and Amy Poehler's Yes Please.
The breakout star of Saturday Night Live and Thirty Rock gives a humorous account of her life, as well as behind-the-scenes stories from her hit shows. Reprint.