“Bossypants” by Tina Fey

Bossypants made me laugh. Out loud. A lot. From Fey’s larger-than-life father through her ugly duckling years (and years) to Sarah Palin and beyond, we get a front row seat to Fey’s hectic life, and she makes it entertaining. Like Mindy Kaling did in her book, Fey gushes about Amy Poehler. Who I hope will be writing her own book soon, though Pawnee is a good bathroom book in the meantime.

Bossypants is like spending time with a friend who’s great at telling stories. Fey has made an art out of self-deprecation, and it really works for her.

2 Responses to ““Bossypants” by Tina Fey”

  1. Jennifer Reese Says:

    It was funny and it was also wise. I loved this book and it made me look at Amy Poehler with even more respect. If Tina Fey loves her so much. . .

  2. girldetective Says:

    Yes, the one-two punch of high praise from smart women like Tina Fey and Mindy Kaling says a lot about Poehler, who I love to pieces on Parks and Rec.