You Should Read Tina Fey's Hilarious Novel

I’d been meaning to read Tina Fey’s Bossypants for a long time now, but I finally started it a few days ago. The book was just what you’d expect it to be: easy to read and high-larious. Tina writes about her childhood and how she got her start at Chicago’s Second City improv theater (I went there when I visited). Normally I hate when celebrities write about how they were a loser in high school, or how they used to have some soul-crushing job. I mean come on. There’s no way that EVERY celebrity was a dork in high school or used to work the drive-thru at a fast food joint.

But when Tina Fey writes about it, it’s just hilarious. And endearing. And you believe it. She doesn’t feel sorry for herself or try to make herself seem cooler. It’s just the (funny) facts. Her writing style is awesome, and very similar to Mean Girls (makes sense, since she helped write the movie). Definitely check the book out. It’s an easy read. I kind of wish I had bought the actual book instead of downloading it for my Kindle, because there are lots of pictures. Pictures definitely lose something on the Kindle. But I’m impatient and wanted to read the book NOW so…Kindle it is. That’s my punishment for impatience.

I’m not going to give the book an official Dolce rating yet know…I’m only a quarter of the way through. But I have a feeling it will do well. Definitely check it out.

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