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Trying to pick your next book, but lost in the sea of endless options? Look no further.  As a personal fan of staying in and binge reading, I present to you the top 5 picks of female comedic reads. Whether you’re a ‘read the entire book in one sitting’ or a ‘I’ll eventually finish this’ kind of reader, these novels are sure to give you the refreshingly rare combination of good laughs and good advice. I can personally vouch for the fact that they had me busting out laughing within minutes. I mean, come on, these women have transformed from the awkward, unlucky girls we can so relate to, into legitimately the coolest women ever. Trust me. No, really… trust me. Go to Amazon, go to Barnes and Noble, go wherever you need to go and buy at least one of these books.  I promise you will not regret it.

Tina Fey Bossypants

Before her fame and success, Tina Fey discusses her journey growing up and dreaming of becoming a comedian. Her memoir is hilarious and inspiring, definitely worth the read! Pick up your copy on Amazon


Mindy KalingIs Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)

Mindy Kaling totally understands what every college women is going through. As the child of immigrant professionals, she tells us about her childhood and journey to making it big. Her novel has a perfect blend of embarrassing stories and triumphs, which will have you in tears from laughing so hard. Get her novel at Amazon.



Amy Poehler Yes Please

Amy Poehler is a comedic genius. If you’ve seen her on Parks & Recreation then you know this lady knows how to make you laugh! Yes Please is a revealing look into her life with funny and insightful essays. Get your copy at Barnes & Noble.  



Grace HelbigGrace’s Guide: The Art of Pretending to Be a Grown Up

YouTube star Grace Helbig invites us to read her tongue-in-cheek novel about things every adult should know, a perfect book for us millennials. You will find interactive worksheets, full color photos and stories about her misadventures. Get your copy at Barnes & Noble.



Hannah Hart  My Drunk Kitchen: A Guide to Eating, Drinking, and Going with Your Gut

Hart was a typical desk worker in New York City, until she decided to make a fake cooking show for her friend on the west coast… drunk! Get insight into fun recipes ranging from cocktails to appetizers in this fun and quirky book! Get your copy at Books-A-Million.



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Brooke Fevrier

George Mason University

I am a Junior at George Mason University majoring in Communications with a minor in Graphic Design. Daily activities include binge eating, hanging out with dogs and watching endless goat videos.
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