I chose this book as a light read to balance out the heaviness of the last book I read about childhood trauma and how it affects brain development. Tina Fey's Bossypants was alright. Just alright. Sure, there were the laugh out loud parts that you would expect from a talented comedy writer like Tina Fey, but there were other parts that I felt were irrelevant or unnecessary- like reprinting scripts of her shows. Publishing multiple scenes from both 30 Rock and Saturday Night Live came across as a cheap way to "bulk up" the book because if you're a real fan of either show, you've likely already seen the episodes and don't need to read them, and if you haven't seen the episodes and don't have a sense of character development, then the context is lost on you. All in all, it was just okay. I wouldn't rush out to pick up a copy, but I didn't dislike it either. Purchase here through amazon.
PS- Other books I've enjoyed include The Happiness Project, How Doctors Think, and Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail.