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'''''Bossypants''''' is the autobiography of [[Tina Fey]]. It was first published on 2011-04-05.
 
'''''Bossypants''''' is the autobiography of [[Tina Fey]]. It was first published on 2011-04-05.
  
I first became a been a fan of Tina Fey from her comedy on [[Staruday Night Live]], and even more so because of [[30 Rock]]. This was enough to convince me to read her autobiography.
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I first became a been a fan of Tina Fey from her comedy on [[Saturday Night Live]], and even more so because of ''[[30 Rock]]''. This was enough to convince me to read her autobiography.
  
 
==Status==
 
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==Review==
 
==Review==
I only remember a little bit about the book, but I do remember enjoying it. Tina is a competent writer, and she's both witty and funny. Her descriptions of her upbringing and her father were very interesting, as were her accounts of [[Second City]] and [[30 Rock]], but I wasn't so much interested in the chapter about photoshoots.
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I only remember a little bit about the book, but I do remember enjoying it. Tina is a competent writer, and she's both witty and funny. Her descriptions of her upbringing and her father were very interesting, as were her accounts of [[Second City]] and [[30 Rock]], but I wasn't so much interested in the chapter about photo shoots.
  
 
==Media==
 
==Media==
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[[Category: Biographies]]
 
[[Category: Biographies]]
 
[[Category: Humor]]
 
[[Category: Humor]]
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[[Category: Trope - Strong Female Character]]
 
[[Category: Books I've Read]]
 
[[Category: Books I've Read]]

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Hardcover, US, 1st edition.

Bossypants is the autobiography of Tina Fey. It was first published on 2011-04-05.

I first became a been a fan of Tina Fey from her comedy on Saturday Night Live, and even more so because of 30 Rock. This was enough to convince me to read her autobiography.

Status

I do not own this book, but I have listened to the audio book.

Review

I only remember a little bit about the book, but I do remember enjoying it. Tina is a competent writer, and she's both witty and funny. Her descriptions of her upbringing and her father were very interesting, as were her accounts of Second City and 30 Rock, but I wasn't so much interested in the chapter about photo shoots.

Media

Covers

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