Tina Fey : Bossypants

Bossypants is a weird mix: one part autobiography, one part collection of comic essays, with a little bit of serious social relevance, and dash of business book for good measure. Not only does Fey offer some decent advice for managing a creative team, her guidelines for improvisation are mostly applicable to a big-deal sales call. I liked it better after Fey gets through recounting her childhood/adolescence. But overall, I liked it.

needs more demons? no.

Published by therealsummervillain

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