(49)Bossypants by Tina Fey

Unless you have been living under a rock for the last ten years, you know of Tina Fey. She is easily one of the funniest women - one of the funniest humans on the planet.

Her new book, Bossypants, is just what you would expect from Tina Fey. Intelligent, witty, self-deprecating, and hysterical. Almost immediately, Tina launches into the story of her first period and I laughed out loud. She continues on telling us about her school days and summers before launching into what we really want to know about. Her SNL days and of course 30 Rock. While she does not dish as much as I had hoped, what she did share was just what I had expected.

Bossypants was a very fast, very funny read. I enjoyed what Ms. Fey had to say. Even though we would likely argue about politics, Tina Fey is one of those women that I would love to have as a friend. She is as down to earth as they come and her sense of humor is out of this world.

Charlotte's Web of Books

I have been tangled in the web of words for a very long time. I remember being a child and riding my bike to the local library, only needing help getting home because I had checked out so many books.~~ My love of the written word has grown over the years. I recently left my dream job at Barnes & Noble to marry the man of my dreams. I am writing this blog to share with you the books I have read throughout the years. Please feel free to comment and discuss.


Confounded Cook said...

I'm about halfway through The Divine Ms. Fey's book and LOVING it. Your blog just gets better and better, Char. Love and miss you!

Michelle said...

I was uncertain about this one but now I really want to read it. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

Sarah said...

I want to read this! I love Tina Fey! And Liz Lemon is pretty much my hero.