|Under the Covers ....|
|Written by Sara Berelsman|
|Thursday, June 21, 2012 11:23 AM|
I have always loved Tina Fey. I loved her on SNL’s Weekend Update, and I love her even more now that I’ve read her book, Bossypants. Fey is smart and hilarious, and there are several laugh-out-loud moments within the pages of this memoir. It’s also a quick read, something you can get through in one sitting if you want to.
Fey’s book begins with her childhood, as she spills funny anecdotes about her family and growing up. She doesn’t spend a lot of time here, though, as the majority of the book focuses on her career and how she became, well, Tina Fey. She recounts several of the miserable jobs she was forced to endure along the way to her climb to the top, including some she enjoyed, such as being in the cast of Second City doing improv comedy. That part’s pretty interesting, too, as Fey reveals some of the trade secrets those in the business know when it comes to doing improv.
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