It feels like Tina Fey’s book is written on the wave of success over Sarah Palin sketch and 30 Rock. Same way you would expect Amy Poehlers book to be following her success at Parks and Rec, but it feels more like Tina’s successor. Too bad, though book is honest and entertaining. I think same way as 30 R was more driven by high minded reflections than P&R. And as a result, 15 y.o. girl for whom both authors are huge celebrities and role models gulped Bossypants but never finished Thank you, please.
I wonder what kind of personal book Amy Schumer would write. And I don’t think I would care for Sarah Silverman’s book,