Bossypants is a tell-all book by Tina Fey, the actress and writer who created and starred in the popular TV show 30 Rock. The book hilariously chronicles her life from childhood through to her time on 30 Rock, featuring stories about her family, friends, and colleagues. Bossypants is frank but also extremely funny – it’s no wonder that it became a New York Times bestseller.
For who is this book for ?
Bossypants is for anyone who appreciates a good laugh and enjoys tales of personal triumphs – Tina Fey has certainly had her share over the years. The book also provides insight into the creative process, offering a fascinating glimpse behind-the-scenes of TV production.
- The author is very candid and tells stories about her life that are both humorous and interesting.
- The book provides a behind the scenes look at popular TV shows like 30 Rock.
- The writing is witty and entertaining, making the reading experience enjoyable.
- The author could have provided more insight into her creative process.
- It may be less interesting to readers who are not familiar with 30 Rock.
- The book is relatively short, so some readers might feel like they don’t get their money’s worth.
Learn more about the author
Tina Fey is an actress, comic writer and producer who has achieved massive success in all three fields. She is best known for creating the hit TV show 30 Rock, which she also starred in from 2006-2013. In addition to her work on 30 Rock, Tina has written for films such as Mean Girls (2004) and Date Night (2010).
“If you’re one of the people who hasn’t read Bossypants yet, do yourself a favor and buy it. ASAP.”
“Fey’s eagerly anticipated memoir, Bossypants, is everything that fans of her comedy will expect-hilarious, irreverent and unpretentious. But it is also so much more than just a collection of funny stories. Fey opens up about her complicated relationship with her late father and the challenging experience of raising two young daughters as a single working mother.”
“Tina Fey is smart, hilarious, and underrated. Her book Bossypants should change that.”
“This book is ridiculously funny, wonderfully written, and a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the mind of one of the greatest comic minds writing today.”