I love Tina Fey so I would probably read the back of her cereal box (if she made cereal) and enjoy it. Good read - very funny, not shocking if you're a fan already, and I particularly enjoyed reading about her starting 30 Rock & becoming Sarah Palin & awkward childhood experiences. She also writes a lot about feminism and its role in comedy, working mother guilt, etc. The book isn't perfect - some chapters seem thrown in at random, and I was really annoyed by the large font used as it made it seem cheap & fluffy. Overall, a solid humor book that is very fun. Read it!