Tina Fey started her life in show business at Summer Showtime, an acting camp that did double-duty as a refuge for gay teens. With a short, less-than-glamorous stint at the front desk of the YMCA, she went on to do an improv show in Chicago. After a nerve-wracking interview with Lorne Michaels, she became a writer for Saturday Night Live and later created her own comedy show, 30 Rock. Sprinkled throughout the book are stories of her childhood, memories of her near-death experience on her honeymoon, tips for a successful fashion shoot, opinions of Photoshop, tales of motherhood, and her true feelings about Sarah Palin.
This book was hilarious yet poignant and had a nice balance of truth and sarcastic asides. I really enjoyed it and found myself laughing out loud more than once. I would definitely recommend this to any adult, especially those who have seen her on TV. Her voice really shines throughout the book.