I had an incredibly busy weekend, Fangirls. I dealt with some serious personal stuff Thursday through Saturday, had an Art Fight Saturday night, and then my anniversary was Sunday. We hadn’t planned anything for the anniversary other than gifts and dinner, and I’m glad, because that meant we got to watch all of the latest Wet Hot American Summer installment.
Fangirls! Remember that phenomenal, women-centric book that Sam Maggs has written that we talked about last week, Wonder Women?! Well it’s such a rad book that the brought the release date up two weeks! Wonder Women will now be released on October 4th, that’s one week from today! And if you weren’t excited enough for it, hold on to your hats.
The absolutely incredible Paulina Ganucheau (Zodiac Starforce & Another Castle) and Jen Bartel (Jem & Girl Gang) have been commissioned by the Quirk books crew to create some stunning wallpapers for giveaway with the book! Everyone that pre-orders Wonder Women will be entered to win a framed print, signed by the artist and Sam Maggs!
If you haven’t preordered Wonder Women yet, I urge you to. It’s an amazing book; well written, incredibly researched, and perfectly put. It’s endorsed by Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls, and is exactly what every woman and girl (and the dudes too) on your holiday shopping list needs.
Preorder this book, Fangirls, because it’s so dang good, and you are going to love every minute you spend reading and rereading it!
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Fangirls, I love Amy Poehler. I think she’s funny, bright, and beautiful, and turns out she’s a pretty phenomenal writer as well. I picked up Yes Please as a part of my vacation reading. I didn’t get to it until the drive back, but at that point I ate it up. It’s a fun autobiography full of anecdotes from her many improv comedy experiences.
I recently picked up Tina Fey’s autobiography Bossypants excited to finally read the story of one of my favorite females in her own words. I can happily say it was not a disappointment! Fey was able to accomplish a light funny dialogue with her readers without sounding overly campy, annoying or preachy. Plus, the jokes. All of them.
Published in 2011 I am almost upset with myself that it took me 4 years to read this book. Tina Fey is in my opinion is one of the smartest and funniest women in the business. Fey has a way of being both unbelievably adorable while telling you that she thinks you are an ignorant ass hat, something that I desperately wish I had the ability to pull off. Fey is sarcastic, straight forward and hilarious in her telling of her life and I would recommend this book to anyone with eyes.