I loved every second of this book! From the weird picture on the cover to the final pages of rumination about the future, I loved this book. Tina Fey is one of my favorite comedians, but I did not know what to expect from her book. It is mostly a memoir about her life, but it is told with humor and love. She pours out her heart about her love for her job and her family and also shares self deprecating stories about growing up awkwardly and finding a home in the theatrical community. She doesn't hold back when it comes to stories that show her less desirable qualities or insecurities either. I couldn't put this book down and reading it put me in a good mood. I could also relate as a working mom, even though I'm not famous or funny. If you hate to laugh, don't read this book. Otherwise, go ahead and enjoy some giggles.
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.